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Master's chair of the Joiners' Company

Armchair Master's chair of the Joiners' Company London, England 1754 Newman, Edward (made) Mahogany, carved and joined, with a leather-upholstered seat.

The Entrance Hall and Staircase at Armourers' Hall, it has been at the current site in the City of London since 1346

The Entrance Hall and Staircase at Armourers' Hall, it has been at the current site in the City of London since 1346

Tallow Chandlers' Hall. Dowgate Hill EC4. The tallow chandlers were craftsmen who made candles from animal fat. The coat of arms above the door here was awarded to them by Edward IV in the 15th century and features the guild's patron saint John the Baptist. The original hall was built on this site in 1476 but burned down in the Great Fire and was replaced by the current building in 1672.

Tallow Chandlers' Hall. Dowgate Hill EC4. The tallow chandlers were craftsmen who made candles from animal fat. The coat of arms above the door here was awarded to them by Edward IV in the 15th century and features the guild's patron saint John the Baptist. The original hall was built on this site in 1476 but burned down in the Great Fire and was replaced by the current building in 1672.

Tallow Chandlers' Hall. Dowgate Hill EC4. The tallow chandlers were craftsmen who made candles from animal fat. The coat of arms above the door here was awarded to them by Edward IV in the 15th century and features the guild's patron saint John the Baptist. The original hall was built on this site in 1476 but burned down in the Great Fire and was replaced by the current building in 1672.

Tallow Chandlers' Hall. Dowgate Hill EC4. The tallow chandlers were craftsmen who made candles from animal fat. The coat of arms above the door here was awarded to them by Edward IV in the 15th century and features the guild's patron saint John the Baptist. The original hall was built on this site in 1476 but burned down in the Great Fire and was replaced by the current building in 1672.

Stained Glass Window, Families with long connections to the Company

Stained Glass Window, Families with long connections to the Company

Vintners' Hall. Home of The Vintners' Company one of the Great 12 Livery Companies of the City of London.

Home of The Vintners' Company one of the Great 12 Livery Companies of the City of London.

Armorial of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, 100th Livery Company of the City of London

Armorial of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, Livery Company of the City of London

Barber-Surgeons' Hall - Livery Companies in The City, London, Monkwell Square

Barber-Surgeons' Hall - Livery Companies in The City, London, Monkwell Square apparently haunted :)

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