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Bank of England Museum
Bank of England Museum

Bank of England Museum, Bartholomew Lane, London, EC2R 8AH

History of the Bank and its activities, banknotes and coins, books and documents, pictures, furniture, statues, silverRead more

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Blue Plaques in London

Blue Plaque № 42426 - Site of the Coachmakers' Hall 1703 - 1940
Mr Gray Blue Plaque - Mr Gray Artificial Teeth Maker traded here in 1817
Harold Gillies Blue Plaque - Sir Harold Gillies 1882-1960 pioneer plastic surgeon lived here
Francis Drake Bronze Plaque - Sir Francis Drake    In 1581 Queen Elizabeth I commanded that Francis Drake's ship, The Golden Hinde, be drawn into a creek near here at Deptford  as a perpetual memorial for having "circuited about the whole earth."    On 4 April 1581, she banqueted on board the Golden Hind and "consecrated it with great ceremonie, pompe, and magnificence eternally to be remembered."  And forthwith knighted Drake on his ship in recognition of the honouyr that he had brought to England by his discoveries and cir
Kurt Schwitters Blue Plaque - Kurt Schwitters 1887-1948 artist lived here
Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace, And Joseph Paxton Multicoloured Plaque - Building designed by Joseph Paxton    First large scale prefabricated glass and iron building    Organised by  the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851    First world exposition of  innovation, technology and design    Supported by  HRH Prince Albert

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