Plate 29: Carved Stonework, Late 14th and 15th-Century

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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in City of York, Volume 5, Central. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1981.

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Carved Stonework: Late 14th and 15th-Century

(10) St. Martin, Coney Street. Head on N.E. pier of tower. 15th-century.

(4) St. Crux Parish Room. Corbel-head reset in S. wall. 15th-century.

(11) St. Mary, Castlegate. S. chapel, E. wall. Angel with shield-of-arms of Graa. Late 14th-century.

(14) St. Sampson. W. tower, S.E. pier, Angel with shield bearing merchant's mark. 15th-century.


Shield-of-arms of Howme.

(2) Holy Trinity, Goodramgate. S. aisle, on archway to Chapel of St. James. Early 15th-century.