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  • Household Cavalry Horse Trough

    WM Ref: 52733 Address: SOUTH CARRIAGE DRIVE OPPOSITE ALBERT GATE, Hyde Park, Hyde Park, City Of Westminster, Greater London, SW1, England

    Horse trough with dedicatory plaque affixed. Incised inscription across width.

  • Baltic Exchange - WW1 Glass

    WM Ref: 11657 Address: National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, Greenwich, Greater London, SE10 9NF, England

    Stained glass half-dome of five lights, over three metres high, fusing classical and religious symbolism which celebrates the heroism and triumph of war.The central light depicts the winged figure of Victory, who steps from a boat through the central...

  • Sharpshooters South Africa

    WM Ref: 11583 Address: ST MARTIN IN THE FIELDS CHURCH, St Martins Place, Charing Cross, City Of Westminster, Greater London, WC2N 4JJ, England

    LATTEN BRASS RELIEF IN BRONZE FRAME, WITH NAMES SET OUT IN THREE COLUMNS

  • Atlas Assurance Company

    WM Ref: 13178 Address: Stable, Guardian Royal Exchange Premises, Lytham St Annes, Fylde, Lancashire, FY8 4JZ, England

    Tablets with names

  • Post Office Rifles 8th City of London Regiment

    WM Ref: 62769 Address: Royal Mail Museum, Phoenix Place, London, Islington, Greater London, WC1X 0DA, England

    In the Royal Mail Museum, pay on entry, a rectangular wall mounted brass plaque. Centrally at the top the PO Rifles crest. Inscription refers to when the memorial was mounted in the King Edward Building, Royal Mails HQ in 1914.

  • Haberdashers Company WW1 Memorial (lost)

    WM Ref: 3775 Address: Livery Company Hall, Haberdashers' Hall, Staining Lane, City, City Of London, Greater London, EC2R 7HE, England

    Carved wooden plaque with decorative designs at the top and sides of the frame, honouring employees from the Haberdashers Company who perished in the First World War.

  • Viscount A Duncan

    WM Ref: 11681 Address: St Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, City of London, City Of London, Greater London, EC4M 8AD, England

    At the west end of the Crypt, near the cafeteria, an over life-size statue of a man in uniform ( or peer's robes ?) and draped cloak, holding a sheathed sword in both hands. The statue stands on a podium which bears the memorial inscription.

  • Liverpool And Martins Bank

    WM Ref: 58520 Address: On Level 2, Barclays Bank Group Headquarters, 1 Churchill Place, Poplar, Canary Wharf, Tower Hamlets, Greater London, E14 5RB, England

    Bronze plaque with a decorative border and roses set in a square at each corner. At the top are the dates of WW1 and the Bank's badge surrounded by a wreath. The dedication is below this with the names in three columns. A quotation is at the bottom...

  • Royal Mail Steam Packet Company - WW1

    WM Ref: 41060 Address: St George's is the former chapel for HMS Pembroke RN Barracks, St Georges Centre, Pembroke Road, Chatham, Rochester Upon Medway, Kent, ME4 4UH, England

    Rectangular bronze plaque mounted within a wooden frame. Bronze garland with crest in the middle placed at the top of the frame. Dog tooth design carved on the edge of the frame. The ship's bell of RMS Almanzora is incorporated into the memorial.

  • London Joint City And Midland Bank - WW1

    WM Ref: 1620 Address: Within a protected walkway near the east entrance at Upper Bank St., HSBC Headquarters, 8 Canada Sq, Canary Wharf, Tower Hamlets, Greater London, E14 5HQ, England

    Marble memorial with triangular pediment and names on fourteen panels below it. Bronze figures of St George on the left and the Recording Angel on the right support it.

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