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1868 – North British & Mercantile Insurance Co, College Green, Dublin

Architect: David Bryce


The last of three buildings by Scottish architect David Bryce in Dublin, and the only one lost to the city – pictured behind left of the Statue of William of Orange. The building featured stone carving by Charles W. Harrison. Demolished in 1974 for an extension of the Ulster Bank.

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