Plaque

Turners' Hall, second

Inscription

On or near this site stood the Second Turners' Hall 1736 - 66.
The Corporation of the City of London

Site: Turners' Hall, second (1 memorial)

EC4, College Hill

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Turners' Hall, second

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Turners' Hall, second

The Guild of Turners began sometime between 1295 and 1310.  King James I gran...

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Turners' Hall, second

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Corporation of the City of London

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