Statue

Holborn Viaduct - Gresham

Erection date: 1868

Inscription

{On a granite plaque below the statue:}
Sir Thomas Gresham, born c.1519, died 1579

Site: Holborn Viaduct - Gresham (1 memorial)

EC4, Holborn Viaduct, Gresham House

Holborn Viaduct is watched over by four memorial statues:
north-west corner - Walworth
south-west corner - Fitz Eylwin
south-east corner - Gresham
north-east corner - Myddelton.

The Walworth page contains information about Holborn Viaduct itself.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Holborn Viaduct - Gresham

Subjects commemorated i

Sir Thomas Gresham

Created the Royal Exchange in 1566 where the Gresham family crest, a grasshop...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Holborn Viaduct - Gresham

Created by i

Henry Bursill

Bursill also sculpted the allegorical statues on Holborn bridge and seems to ...

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