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CURFEW BELL, LOLLARDS’ TOWER, LAMBETH PALACE

View showing the roof terrace of the Lollards' tower with Mr John Parker, historian and a guide for visitors to Lambeth Palace. The bell above was considered in 1913 the last of London's curfew bells and was described as 'covered with galena, which contains a large percentage of pure silver'. The doorway leads to the very narrow winding staircase to the grim dungeon below. Ref: SP12/187/20

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Ref:04580
Original ref:SP12/187/20
Date:c.1900

1901 - 1925BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREHOUSINGLAMBETHLAW AND ORDERPhotograph

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