Relief

Queen Anne's Bounty

Inscription

{In the bronze relief, on the lowest step:}
1704

{In carved stone ribbons on either side of the relief:}
3rd Anne   Nov 3rd

{5 window bays to the left of this relief is a cartouche decorated with roses and oak leaves:}
QAB Rebuilt 1900

Site: Queen Anne's Bounty (1 memorial)

SW1, Great Smith Street

Queen Anne's Bounty Office operated from this site 1734 - 1947. Westminster’s Conservation Area Audit informs that this is actually the back of 3 Dean's Yard and this facade must be part of the “Further extension in 1899-1900 carried out by H. & P. Currey."

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Queen Anne's Bounty

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Queen Anne's Bounty

Following the Reformation the taxes on church livings, which used to be paid ...

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Queen Anne

Born St James's Palace. Reigned 1702 - 14. Married Prince George of Demark in...

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