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Coronation railings

St James's Church Coronation railings
Inscription

The railings erected to commemorate the coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II were presented to the parish church by the Piccadilly and St James's Association.

Site: St James's Church (4 memorials)

W1, Piccadilly

Standing in Piccadilly one sees 4 memorials on the wall: from left to right: Sotheran Fountain, Garden, Lyttelton Fountain, Railings. There are 3 more memorials in the garden.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Coronation railings

Subjects commemorated Information

Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II.  A London Inheritance's post 2nd June 1953 – Coronation D...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Coronation railings

Created by Information

This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Coronation railings

Also at this site Information

Lyttelton Fountain

In Memoriam Laura Lyttelton died Easter day 1886

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Sotheran Fountain

The book-selling business set up by her husband still trades as Sotheran's Ra...

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St james's Garden - people of London - stone

The garden in this bomb damaged site was given by Viscount Southwood to comme...

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Nearby Memorials

Rabbi Hertz

Rabbi Hertz

NW8, Hamilton Terrace, 103

Dr J. H. Hertz CH, 1872 - 1946, Chief Rabbi of the British Empire, lived here, 1913 - 1946. City of Westminster The United Synagogue 

1 subject commemorated, 2 creators
John Heath-Stubbs

John Heath-Stubbs

W2, Artesian Road, 22

John Heath-Stubbs OBE, 1918 - 2006, poet, lived here. City of Westminster Friends of John Heath-Stubbs 

1 subject commemorated, 2 creators
Millais, Hoppe & Bacon

Millais, Hoppe & Bacon

SW7, Cromwell Place, 7, Millais House

National Art Collections Fund John Everett Millais, 1829 - 1896, Emil Otto Hoppe, 1878 - 1972, Francis Bacon, 1909 - 1992, and other ...

3 subjects commemorated, 1 creator
Whiteley Village - foundation stone

Whiteley Village - foundation stone

KT12, Whiteley Village

The Listing text says the statue and the relief are of copper, not the more usual bronze. The front of the plinth below the seated lady s...

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
Mothers' Union - right

Mothers' Union - right

SW1, Tufton Street, Mary Sumner House

The plaques are either side of the entrance in Tufton Street. A large decorative panel on the Great Peter Street corner reads: The Mary S...

4 subjects commemorated, 1 creator