Plate 14
Carved woodwork

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1930

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'Plate 14: Carved woodwork', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in London, Volume 5: East London (1930), pp. 14. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=120536 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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Carved woodwork.


GREENWICH: (2) CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS, DEPTFORD. Figure of St. John, N. side of Chancel, late 17th-century.


GREENWICH: (2) CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS, DEPTFORD. Panelling and doorway N. side of Chancel, late 17th-century.


GREENWICH: (1) CHURCH OF ST. ALFEGE. Beast on Royal Pew, early 18th-century.


GREENWICH: (2) CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS, DEPTFORD. Painting of Queen Anne, early 18th-century.


GREENWICH: (2) CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS, DEPTFORD. Figure on pulpit, late 17th-century.