the triangular pediment with dentil mouldings above the rusticated cushion moulded frieze centred by a keystone in Coade Stone modelled in relief with a female mask, the jambs constructed with alternating rusticated quoins,
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the arched aperture with registers of framing mouldings raised on granite pilasters flanked by a pair of "Romayne" portrait heads carved in full relief and twin square section turrets with spired roofs, the triangular pediment carved with an armorial shield flanked by animalia,
the arched top with scrollwork carved in deep relief centred by a cartouche with 'J.L.W' monogramme,
the cornice on cushion moulded frieze centred by tripartite keystone, above the ogee and step moulded aperture, the jambs on block feet.
each bearded giant emerging from a roundel, turning to each other, each sporting a foliate ornamented helm topped with a bird, and accompanied with their attributes - Gogmagog his kettenmorgenstern and his bow and quiver, Corineus his Tin-miner's pick and sword,
depicting St. George and the Vulture within a rope border, this plaque originally overlooked Gracechurch Street,