Plasterers' Hall
   On the north side of Addle Street at No.23. In Cripplegate Ward Within (Elmes, 1831).
   First mention: Plaisterers Hall " (S. 299), formerly " Pinners Hall."
   Burnt in the Fire 1666 and rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren.
   The hall has been occupied for many years as a warehouse, and its ornamental features are nearly destroyed.
   Plasterers incorporated 1501.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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