Monograms in St Andrews

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A monogram is a decorative image or design of two or more interwoven letters, typically a person's initials, used to identify a personal possession or as a logo. Those found on buildings in St Andrews represent the architect, the client for whom the building was erected or perhaps the builder.


St Katherine's, The Scores
Inchcape House, Market Street

United College
Architect William Nixon
25 Bell Street
70 -72 Market Street
80 Market Street
Clients J Cook & Son
Rathmore, Kennedy Gardens
Client Andrew Aikman
Abbotsford House
City Park
Kinnessburn, Kennedy Gardens
Queen's Terrace
Client G W Burnett
22 Murray Park 23 Murray Park
Architect John Milne
76 Market Street 93 Market Street
Architect John Milne
Scores Hotel 12 Queen's Gardens
Architect John Milne
Architects John Peddie & Charles Kinnear
Whey Pat, Bridge Street
Owner William Davidson
1 City Road
Client Thomas Marr, Baker
Bell Pettigrew Building
Benefactor James Bell Pettigrew
Bell Pettigrew Building
Benefactor Elsie Bell Pettigrew
Balfour Place
Client James Gibson
Rusacks Hotel
Client Willian Rusack
East Scores
Martyr George Wishart
North Street
Martyr Patrick Hamilton
Queens Terrace
Client Mary Leighton
South Street
Client John Millar, Boot & Shoe maker


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