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Edward VI at the Bull & Mouth Edward VI and the Bull and Mouth Inn

Bust: Edward VI at the Bull & Mouth

This bust is at the top of the memorial along with the arms of Christ's Hospital, which Edward founded. The land belonged to Christ's Hospital School. 

Site: Edward VI and the Bull and Mouth Inn (2 memorials)

EC1, London Wall, Rotunda garden at Museum of London

A gaping mouth about to chomp on a whole ox; pineapples sprouting from pipes instead of smoke - this strange terracotta sign was originally set high on the facade of the now demolished Queen's Hotel in nearby St Martins-le-Grand. It commemorated the Bull and Mouth Inn which was demolished in 1830 to make way for the Queen's Hotel which was itself demolished in 1888 and replaced by a building for the GPO. 

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Edward VI at the Bull & Mouth

Information Subjects commemorated

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Christ's Hospital

Founded by Edward VI in the remains of Greyfriars Monastery for the education...

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46784

King Edward VI

Only son of Henry VIII (with Jane Seymour who died 12 days after the birth), ...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Edward VI at the Bull & Mouth

Information Also at this site

49070

Bull and Mouth Inn - at Museum of London

The bull is easy to see but the mouth, and face, are easily missed. Seems li...

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