Description of the plates

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Minnie Reddan and Alfred W. Clapham

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1924

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9-13

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'Description of the plates', Survey of London: volume 9: The parish of St Helen, Bishopsgate, part I (1924), pp. IX-XIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=98353 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES.

Frontispiece. Coloured drawing of glassBy F. S. Eden.
Early views
1.Priory Ruins from the eastFrom Wilkinson's Londina Illustrata.
2.Nuns' Frater from southwestDrawing by Frederick Nash (Gardner Collection).
3.Leathersellers' Old Hall from the eastDrawing by Frederick Nash (Gardner Collection).
4.The Church and Leathersellers' Hall from the eastFrom an engraving of a painting in the Guildhall, London.
5.The Church from the southwestFrom an engraving by West and Toms.
6.Interior of St. Helen's Church looking south (A.D. 1805)From a watercolour drawing in the possession of the Merchant Taylors' Company (Gardner Collection).
7.Interior of Church looking westFrom an engraving in Malcolm's Londinium Redivivum.
8.Undercroft of the Nuns' DorterFrom an engraving in Wilkinson's Londina Illustrata.
9.(1) The Chapter House looking east. (2) The Sacristy looking west. (3) The Dorter Undercroft, looking southFrom water-colour drawings in the Gardner Collection.
Photographs and Drawings
10.The West FrontPhotograph by Edward Yates.
11.The South-west Door (exterior)Photograph by Edward Yates.
12.The South Door (exterior)Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
13.(a) North Wall of Nuns' Quire (exterior)Photographs by P. K. Kipps.
(b) Corbel in Sacristy
14.Two views of North Wall of Nuns' Quire (remains of Sacristy)Photographs by P. K. Kipps.
15.The Parish Nave looking eastPhotograph by Edward Yates.
16.The Arcade, between the Nuns' Quire and the Nave, looking south-westPhotograph by Will. F. Taylor.
17.The same looking south-eastPhotograph by Edward Yates.
18.Details of Arcade between Nave and Nuns' QuirePhotographs by W. P. Young.
19.North Wall of Nuns' Quire looking westPhotograph by Edward Yates.
20.Exterior, North ElevationFrom measured drawings by the late J. L. Pearson, R.A., traced and rearranged by P. K. Kipps.
21 and 22.Exterior. (a) South Elevation of Nave, and (b) South Elevation of Transept
23.Exterior, East Elevation
24.Exterior, West Elevation
25.Interior, Section looking northFrom measured drawings by the late J. L. Pearson, R.A., traced and rearranged by P. K. Kipps.
26.Interior, Section looking south
27.Interior. (a) Section through Transept looking south, and (b) Section through Transcpt looking east
28.Interior, Section looking cast
29.Interior, Section looking west,
Brasses
30.Civilian and Wife, circa 1465From rubbings by Mill Stephenson.
31.Nicholas Wotton, 1482
32.Thomas Wylliams, 1495, and Margaret his Wife
33.John Leventhorp, 1510
34.Robert Rochester, Sergeant of the Pantry, 1514
35.Lady in Heraldic Mantle, c. 1535
36.The same showing Original SlabFrom a drawing in the Collection of the Merchant Taylors' Company (Gardner Collection).
Lost Brasses
37.Lady, circa 1420. (a) Showing Original Slab. (b) Figure from Rubbing.From a drawing in the Collection of the Merchant Taylors' Company (Gardner Collection).
38Thomas Benolt and his two Wives, 1534From a drawing in the Collection of the Society of Antiquaries, London.
39.The sameFrom a drawing in the Collection of the Merchant Taylors' Company (Gardner Collection).
40.Lady, circa 1540, with added inscription to Lomley, 1592From a drawing in the Collection of the Merchant Taylors' Company (Gardner Collection).
Fittings
41.Communion TablePhotograph by Edward Yates.
42.The South Door CasePhotograph by Edward Yates.
43.Pediment over the South Door CasePhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
44.The South Door CaseMeasured Drawing by E. R. B. Harris.
45.The South-west Door CasePhotograph by Edward Yates.
46.The FontPhotograph by T. J. Edmonds.
47.The Font and CoverMeasured Drawing by P. K. Kipps.
48.The Font at the East EndPhotograph by Edward Yates.
49.Painted Glass in South Chapel, Merchant's Mark and Arms of Sir John CrosbyMeasured Drawings by F. S. Eden.
50.(a) Funeral HelmPhotographs by Edward Yates.
(b) Console at back of Organ Case
51.Piscina and Niche in Lady ChapelMeasured Drawings by the late W. A. Webb.
52.The Church PlateTwo Photographs by Edward Yates.
53.(a) Fragment found in Bernard MonumentPhotograph by H. W. Fincham.
(b) The Poor BoxPhotograph by George Trotman.
54.The PulpitPhotograph by Edward Yates.
55.Detail of Panels in PulpitPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
56.The PulpitMeasured Drawing by Francis R. Taylor.
57.The Wrought-iron Sword RestPhotograph by Edward Yates.
58.The Wrought-iron Sword RestMeasured Drawing by Robert Pearsall.
59.The Wooden Sword RestPhotograph by London County Council.
60.(a) Figure in Lady ChapelPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
(b) The Stalls from the Nuns' QuirePhotograph by W. P. Young.
Monuments
61.In the North-east Corner of the Nuns' QuirePhotograph by Edward Yates.
62.Sir Thomas Gresham, 1579From a photograph lent by B. T. Batsford, Ltd.
63.Coat of Arms, Gresham TombPhotograph by T. O. Thirtle.
64.Sir Thomas GreshamMeasured Drawing by T. O. Thirtle and E. L. Wratten.
65.Sir Thomas Gresham. DetailsMeasured Drawing by T. O. Thirtle and E. L. Wratten.
66.William Finch, 1672Photograph by Edward Pady.
67.William FinchMeasured Drawing by G. Gordon Godfrey and Percy W. Lovell.
68.The Easter Tabernacle and Tomb of Johane Alfrey, 1525Measured Drawing by E. C. Nisbet.
69.William Bond, 1576Photograph by Edward Yates.
70.The sameMeasured Drawing by Joseph Seddon.
71.Peter Gaussen, 1788From a photograph lent by Mrs. Crane.
72.Martin Bond, 1643Photograph by Edward Pady.
73.The sameMeasured Drawing by G. Gordon Godfrey and Percy W. Lovell.
74.Valentine Mortoft, 1641Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
75.The sameMeasured Drawing by Max. Judge.
76.Arms from the Bancroft Monument, 1727Photograph by W. P. Young.
77.Hugh Pemberton, 1500Photograph by Edward Yates.
78.The sameMeasured Drawing by Robert Pearsall.
79.John Robinson, 1599Photograph by George Trotman.
80.The sameMeasured Drawing by Ellis Marsland.
81.Sir Andrew Judd, 1558Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
82.The sameMeasured Drawing by T. Frank Green.
83.The Pickering MonumentPhotograph by Will. F. Taylor.
84.The samePhotograph by Edward Yates.
85.The sameMeasured Drawing by Percy W. Lovell.
86.Tablet to Sir William PickeringMeasured Drawing by A. E. Bullock.
87.John Standish, 1686Photograph by Edward Yates.
88.William Kirwin, 1594Photograph by Edward Yates.
89.The samePhotograph by Edward Yates.
90.Sir John and Lady Crosby, 1476Photograph by H. W. Fincham.
91.Effigies of Sir John and Lady CrosbyPhotograph by J. W. Bloe.
92.The Crosby TombMeasured Drawing by J. W. Bloe.
93.The Effigies of Sir John and Lady CrosbyPhotograph by Edward Yates.
94.Richard Staper, 1608Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
95.The sameMeasured Drawing by Philip S. Hudson.
96.Sir John Spencer, 1609Photograph by Edward Yates.
97.Effigy of Sir John SpencerPhotograph by Edward Yates.
98.The Spencer TombMeasured Drawing by P. K. Kipps.
99.Richard Backwell, 1731Measured Drawing by F. S. Morden Green.
100.Abigail Lawrence, 1682Measured Drawing by F. S. Morden Green.
101.John Oteswich and his Wife, late 14th centuryPhotograph by H. W. Fincham.
102.Effigies of John Oteswich and his WifePhotograph by J. W. Bloe.
103.The sameMeasured Drawing by J. W. Bloe.
104.In the South TranseptPhotograph by Edward Yates.
105.Walter Bernard, 1746Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
106.The sameMeasured Drawing by T. Frank Green.
107.Thomas Langham, 1700Measured Drawing by E. L. Wratten.
108.The Inscription to Thomas LanghamMeasured Drawing by E. L. Wratten.
109.Gervase Reresby, 1704Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
110.Rachel Chambrelan, 1687Drawing by Ernest A. Mann.
Floor Slabs
111.William Drax, 1669Photographs by H. W. Fincham.
112.William Finch, 1672
113.George Finch, 1710
114.Jane Gaussen, 1747
115.Magdalen Berchere, 1750
116.Sarah Tryon, 1686
117.Mary Backwell, 1670
118.George Kellum, 1732
119.John Tufnell, 1686Photograph by H. W. Fincham.
120.Edward Skeggs, 1592 (now lost)From a drawing in the Collection of the Merchant Taylors' Company (Gardner Collection).
121.Churchwardens' Accounts. First page, 1565
122.Seal of St. Helen's Priory.
123.Historical Ground Plan of Church and Priory.