Wax Chandlers' Hall
   At the north-east corner of Gutter Lane, on the south side of Gresham Street (P.O. Directory). In Cripplegate Ward Within.
   First mention: S. 300.
   New built 1657 and again 1852. Archt., C. Fowler.
   Company recognised as a Fraternity 1372, incorporated 1684.
   Twenty-ninth among the City Companies.
   Maitland describes the Hall in 1775 as a handsome though not a spacious old building and lately well repaired and beautified.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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