Dartmouth, St Saviour's Church, The Old Door 1896

Dartmouth, St Saviour's Church, The Old Door 1896

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Despite the prominent date of 1631 in the centre of this door, the glorious ironwork depicting lions and trees is thought to date from the 13th century; the later date is probably that of a repair. The door now stands in the south porch.

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