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Heals - south Heals building

Plaque: Heals - south


Heal & Son extended their shop in Tottenham Court Road & rebuilt the portion in Afred Mews, 1936 - 1938.
Directors: Sir Ambrose Heal, Hamilton T. Smith, George P. Stacy, Anthony S. Heal, Secretary - Geoffrey S. Beale, Architect - Edward Maufe ARA, Contractors - Trollope & Colls

On the last but one southern pier of the southern building. Discovering London has a good post about this southern extension.

Site: Heals building (2 memorials)

W1, Tottenham Court Road, Heals

The frieze at the top of the southern Heal's building reads: "MDCCCX, Heal & Son, MCMXVI, Heal & Son, MCMXXXVII", the dates being: 1810 - when Heal's was founded,  1916 - when the northern half of this building was erected, 1937 - when the southern half was added.

Discovering London has some pictures of the lovely decorative work on this building.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Heals - south

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Heal's furniture store

John Harris Heal established a feather dressing business at 33 Rathbone Place...

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Sir Ambrose Heal

Furniture designer and retailer. Born at Crouch End. Studied at the Slade Sch...

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Anthony Standerwick Heal

Son of Sir Ambrose Heal of the Heals furniture shop which was established in ...

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Edward Maufe

Architect. Born Yorkshire into a family which, in 1903, moved to live in Phil...

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Hamilton T. Smith

Furniture designer, founding member of the Design and Industries Association ...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Heals - south

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Heals - north

On the north-most pier of the southern building.

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