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Label stop

This architectural fragment is shaped as a queen’s head with curly hair. It was salvaged from a demolished house in Membury, Devon, where it had been used in a 20th...

Hinge fitting

This is part of a group of architectural fittings recovered from rubble of buildings destroyed during the Blitz. Many of the buildings were not recorded before they were destroyed so...

Cherub’s head

This architectural fragment was found in the garden of a house near St Leonard’s Church in Exeter. It was probably once part of a monument or memorial in the church....

Cross fitting

This is part of a group of architectural fittings recovered from rubble of buildings destroyed during the Blitz. Many of the buildings were not recorded before they were destroyed so...

Hinge fitting

This is part of a group of architectural fittings recovered from rubble of buildings destroyed during the Blitz. Many of the buildings were not recorded before they were destroyed so...

Hinge fitting

This is part of a group of architectural fittings recovered from rubble of buildings destroyed during the Blitz. Many of the buildings were not recorded before they were destroyed so...

Hinge fitting

This is part of a group of architectural fittings recovered from rubble of buildings destroyed during the Blitz. Many of the buildings were not recorded before they were destroyed so...

Lock plate

This is part of a group of architectural fittings recovered from rubble of buildings destroyed during the Blitz. Many of the buildings were not recorded before they were destroyed so...

Cocks head hinge fitting

This is part of a group of architectural fittings recovered from rubble of buildings destroyed during the Blitz. Many of the buildings were not recorded before they were destroyed so...