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View of entrance to Sugarhouse Close at 160 Canongate, Edinburgh, showing carved panel between first and second floors.

DP 158606

Description View of entrance to Sugarhouse Close at 160 Canongate, Edinburgh, showing carved panel between first and second floors.

Date 24/7/2013

Collection RCAHMS

Catalogue Number DP 158606

Category On-line Digital Images

Scope and Content This shows the central bay of the mid-19th-century, three-storeyed tenement at 154-166 Canongate. This tenement has shops at ground-floor level, and this central arched pend leading to Sugarhouse Close to the rear. This central bay has a two-storeyed oriel window at first and second floor which projects on stone brackets above the central pend. The crowstepped gable above is topped with a star-shaped finial. There is a carved panel between first and second floors which comprises a lion rampant in a shield with thistles on either side and 'PRO REGE' (for King') below.

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1345430

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