Shipping [?] and Commerce (1925-28) by Charles Doman. Stone, pediment sculptor 2.5m high x 9m wide, Old Lloyd's of London building, on Leadenhall Street, the south side of the street, west of the junction with Lime Street. EC3. Architect: Sir Edwin Cooper (ward-Jackson).

Left: Globe with a band of signs of the zodiac. Right: A lion, symbol of Britain, and a beehive, the ancient symbol of industry and industriousness. [Click on these images and those below for larger pictures.]

Left: Partial view of the façade showing the relation of the pedimental sculpture to other decorative elements. Right: Commerce with a caduceus.

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