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Roundel 1

Four mystery roundels Roundel 1

Site: Four mystery roundels (4 memorials)

EC2, King Street, 28

These roundels, below the second floor windows, are numbered from the left. Under other windows are: "T. C. C.", "1868", "H.H.".

Number 4 with his moustache looks most distinctive but are these portraits, or are they just decorative, generic heads?

This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Roundel 1

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Nearby Memorials

Walsingham

Walsingham

EC3, Seething Lane, 35, Walsingham House

This is is the site of Walsingham's mansion, where he died in 1590.  In 1656 the Navy Office was erected.  Follow that link for more info...

1 subject commemorated
Haakon VII

Haakon VII

SE16, St Olav's Square, St Olav's Church

From Royal House of Norway: "The bust of King Haakon ... is a variation of the large statue of King Haakon located outside of the Ministr...

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
Old Westminster Library - head 1 - Spenser

Old Westminster Library - head 1 - Spenser

SW1, Great Smith Street

We first thought Francis Bacon but he normally has more hair, and, so far, all the heads are literary rather than scientific.

1 subject commemorated
Wingate

Wingate

SW1, Victoria Embankment, Victoria Embankment Gardens - Whitehall section

Unveiled by the Duke of Edinburgh.

2 subjects commemorated, 4 creators
Temple Bar memorial - Prince Albert Victor

Temple Bar memorial - Prince Albert Victor

EC4, Fleet Street

The west face is framed with pilasters each side, decorated with emblems of "war" to the left and "peace" to the right. Carved in the sto...

1 subject commemorated