Plaque

Dyers' Hall

Inscription

Site of Dyers' Hall, 1545 - 1681.
City of London

Site: Dyers Hall (1 memorial)

EC4, Upper Thames Street, Riverbank House

Riverbank House by David Walker Architects was completed in 2011.

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Dyers' Hall

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Dyers' Hall

The Worshipful Company of Dyers was incorporated in 1471.  Their Hall in Uppe...

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