Plaque

John Hunter plaque

Inscription

{On the main, round plaque:}
LCC
John Hunter, 1728 - 1793, surgeon, lived here.
{On the subsidiary, oblong plaque:}
Tablet fixed, 1907.
Premises rebuilt & tablet refixed, 1931.

Site: John Hunter plaque (1 memorial)

W1, Golden Square, 31

Actually in Upper St John Street. The plaques can just be seen in the site photograph, at the far end of the white building.

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John Hunter plaque

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John Hunter

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London County Council

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