Hahnemann Homeopathic Hospital and Dispensary (former), Liverpool

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This lettering is found on the side entrance of the former Homeopathic Hospital and Dispensary in Liverpool. The lettering, cut in relief in a narrow sans serif, sits below a stone pediment. The three-storey building was designed and built in 1867 in the Queen Anne revival style under the patronage of sugar merchant Henry Tate (later Tate & Lyle Co.), to a design by the Liverpool architects F. & G. Holme.

Location: Hope Street, Liverpool, UK.

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