Guildhall decorated for the Coronation of King Edward VII, Bore Street, Lichfield

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Date:August 1902

Description:The Guildhall was built in the 19th century, but has medieval dungeons underneath it. Here the front of the Guildhall is seen before the medallion portraits of King George V and Queen Mary were added to the facade on 17 September 1910 as part of the Dr Johnson birthday celebrations


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1890s
View down Church Lane, Lichfield
View down Church Lane, Lichfield

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1920s
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1950s
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1970s
Sheriff's Ride, Breadmarket Street, Lichfield
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