1880 – Club Buildings, Glasgow

Architect: Campbell Douglas & Sellars


Perspective View published in The Building News, April 20th 1894. The “New Club” is one of James Sellars’ finest surviving buildings in Glasgow, and features sculpture by William Mossman II. The carvings show figures bearing wheat and a scythe on the left and grapes and wine on the right, symbolising a place of good food and drink. It was renamed James Sellars House in the architect’s honour, in 1981. This building is now offices.

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