Place    From 1772 

Drapers' Hall

Categories: Liveries & Guilds

The Drapers' Company has owned the site since 1543. The first building was destroyed in the Great Fire of London, and its successor also burnt down in 1772. The current building was designed by John Gorham. Our picture is of the Livery Hall.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Drapers' Hall

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Drapers' Hall

Drapers' Hall On this site, once part of the Augustine Priory, Thomas Cromwel...

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Glaziers Hall

Glaziers Hall

The first Glaziers Hall was in Fye Foot Lane and lost in the Great Fire. Fye Foot Lane (which isn't indexed in any of our modern-day maps) runs between Queen Victoria Street and Castle Baynard Stre...

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Tallow Chandlers Hall

Tallow Chandlers Hall

In 1476 the Tallow Chandlers bought what was probably a merchant’s house on Dowgate Hill and used that as their Hall.  The Hall was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 and rebuilt 1671-3.  Damaged ...

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Pewterers Hall

Pewterers Hall

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Building, Liveries & Guilds

1 memorial