Also in 20 Cecil Court:
www.colin-narbeth.com - Bank note specialists Colin Narbeth & Son
www.coinheritage.co.uk - Coin expert Philip Cohen
Cecil Court is an interesting little street originally laid out in the late 17th century, located between Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square and the Royal Courts. It has a rich history that you can read about on it's website - www.cecilcourt.co.uk
Amongst other things, Motzart lived above a barbers shop here as a child when visiting London in 1764, and it has been suggested that it is where he wrote his first symphony. TS Eliot also lived here for a while, and the street is supposedly the inspiration for J K Rowling's 'Diagon Alley' from the Harry Potter series.
Now it is full of interesting independent shops selling things such as first edition books, antique maps, collectables, art, jewellery and more.