Windmill Jan Erss, Stockholm, Uppland, Sweden

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Windmill called "Jan Erss" (after the builder) or "Pearl-embroiderer's mill" (after the name of an alley in the area). The mill was situated in the northern part of Stockholm city, at the present crossing between Rehnsgatan and Tulegatan streets. It was demolished in 1884.
Dry point possibly by Adolf Hirsch, from 1857.

Väderkvarn kallad "Jan Erss" (efter byggherren) eller Pärlstickarkvarnen (efter Pärlstickargränd som då låg i området). Kvarnen låg på Norrmalm vid nuvarande korsningen Rehnsgatan-Tulegatan. Den revs 1884.
Torrnålsgravyr troligen av Adolf Hirsch, från 1857.

Collection: The Collection of drawings, watercolours and prints, Archives of the Swedish National Heritage Board

Parish (socken): Stockholm
Province (landskap): Uppland
Municipality (kommun): Stockholm
County (län): Stockholm

Photograph by: Lars Kennerstedt
Date: 2017

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