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Coopers' Corner

St Michaels Bassishaw & Coopers' Hall Coopers' Corner
Inscription

Coopers Corner
The site of Coopers Hall
1547 - 1940

Site: St Michaels Bassishaw & Coopers' Hall (2 memorials)

EC2, Basinghall Street

In our picture the blue plaque is above the orange barriers and the Coopers' Hall memorial is on the low wall to the left, in front of a building inscribed 'Corporation of London'.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Coopers' Corner

Subjects commemorated Information

Coopers' Hall

Lost in the Great Fire. In 1670 a second hall was built on the same site. Thi...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Coopers' Corner

Also at this site Information

St Michaels Bassishaw

Site of St Michael Bassishaw, demolished 1900. The Corporation of the City of...

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