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The hall of the Drapers Company, one of the livery companies of the City of London, was bought from Henry VIII in 1543. The building had been the house of Thomas Cromwell. Destroyed by the Great Fire of 1666, it was rebuilt between 1667 and 1671. In 1772, it was again rebuilt after a fire and, in the 1860s, the frontage was changed and the interior altered by Herbert Williams. It was later altered in 1898 by Thomas Graham Jackson, who designed the entrance hall. The principle function rooms of Drapers’ Hall are usually open as part of Open House London, which takes place in September.
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