Two pairs of very large English pine entrance doors,
each pair with six raised and fielded panels to each side, when closed together a central fillet is unfolded in order to span a wider aperture,
£1,750 each pair
The Royal College of Surgeons of England, is an independent professional body and registered charity promoting and advancing standards of surgical care for patients in England and Wales. The College is located at Lincoln's Inn Fields in London. It publishes multiple medical journals. The origins of the College date to the fourteenth century.
The Company of Surgeons moved from Surgeon's Hall in Old Bailey to the site at 41 Lincoln's Inn Fields in 1797. Construction of the first College building, to a design by George Dance the Younger, and James Lewis, took from 1805 to 1813. In 1833 Sir Charles Barry won the public competition to design a replacement. The library and portico of this building are all that remain today after a German incendiary bomb hit the College in 1941.