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Vintners' Company

One of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of the City of London. Its origins steeped in the history of the City of London, and the import, regulation and sale of wine.

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Vintners' Company

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CI - 6 - Wine

Pope’s Head Tavern in existence in 1756 belonged to Merchant Taylor’s Company...

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The Vintners

Believed to be the first public sculpture in London commissioned by a Livery ...

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Jack Israel Ltd

Jack Israel Ltd

Trader at Covent Garden Market at its original site.

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
Lord Sandberg CBE

Lord Sandberg CBE

Trustee of The Memorial Gates Trust. Michael Graham Ruddock Sandberg was born on 31 May 1927, the youngest of the three children of Gerald Arthur Clifford Sandberg (1882-1954) and Ethel Marian Cli...

Person, Armed Forces, Commerce, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
John Reynolds Roberts

John Reynolds Roberts

Shopkeeper and philanthropist. Born Camberwell. Aged 17 he and his brother Thomas, left their home in Newington Green and began work in London as errand boys in a drapers. In 1870 he opened a store...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy

2 memorials
Abbey Tavern

Abbey Tavern

Architect: Alexander Builder: S. R . Lamble

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Brown Lenox & Co

Brown Lenox & Co

Created as Brown & Co, by Samuel Brown, a Naval Captain.  Became Brown Lenox & Co in 1828 following Brown going into partnership with his cousin, Samuel Lenox in 1806.  The West Ferry Road ...

Group, Commerce, Engineering

1 memorial