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North British & Mercantile Insurance Building
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Sculptors: First Phase: Archibald C Dawson (1892-1938)
Sculptors: Second Phase: Mortimer, Willison & Graham (fl. 1938 - c. 1961)
Architect: John James Burnet (1857-1938)
Location: Former North British & Mercantile Insurance Company,
              200, St Vincent Street, Glasgow
Date executed: First Phase: 1926-9 (St Andrew and Decorative Carving)
Date executed: Second Phase: 1953 (Seafarer and Seafarer's Wife)


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Seafarer and Seafarer's Wife (1953)
By Mortimer, Willison & Graham
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North British & Mercantile Insurance Building, Glasgow North British & Mercantile Insurance Building, Glasgow
North British & Mercantile Insurance Building, Glasgow
North British & Mercantile Insurance Building, Glasgow North British & Mercantile Insurance Building, Glasgow North British & Mercantile Insurance Building, Glasgow
North British & Mercantile Insurance Building, Glasgow North British & Mercantile Insurance Building, Glasgow North British & Mercantile Insurance Building, Glasgow North British & Mercantile Insurance Building, Glasgow

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