London is the setting for most scenes in Hope of Israel. Domingo moves to London with his family when he is 13 and continues to apprentice with his cousin, Manuel, who works for one of the most powerful Sephardic merchants in London, Antonio Robles.
|Interior of the Queen's Chapel|
|Street scene, 17th century London|
Lucy and her father might have lived in a house like those depicted above. His counting house was on the bottom floor facing the street. The family lived in the two levels above.
|Fleet Street, notice the sedan chair on the left|
|Whitehall Palace, execution of Charles I|
|Whitehall Palace before it burned down in 1698|
|Wine Street, with the entrance to the Guardhouse in the 17th century|
Image from "Bristol Past and Present - Volume 1 - Civil History"
J. F. Nicholls and John Taylor
|Carriage circa 1750|
|View of the Thames, London 17th century|
|London Coffee House 17th century|
John Dunnington conducts most of his business, selling Senhor Robles's imported goods, in London's coffee houses.