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Stock No.10779

Sculptor Alan Collins. Circa 1958-59.

A large keystone originally above the main entrance beneath The Fortress of Gold (SNo 10733) on the Newgate Front of the Bank of England Annexe in the City of London .

The building erected in the 1950s to accommodate the Bank of England's Accounts Department & demolished in 2007, occupied the whole site bounded by Cheapside to the north, Watling Street to the south, Bread Street to the east, Newgate to the north west and New Change to the west and filled a sensitive site in that it presented a backdrop to Christopher Wren's majestic Baroque St Paul’s Cathedral.

width height depth
20 14"
51.5 cms
29 12"
75 cms
14 58"
37 cms

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