Several Splendid h Photo
H – Higab House
Image by Eva the Weaver
H is for House = hus, is for HIGAB
All very H-eitchy…
But lots of negative space here
the H being a cutout
and the house being actually the space framed by the letter, rather than the letter itself
H.M. Customs Coat of Arms blue plaque
Image by sleepymyf
COAT OF ARMS
The arms which are placed on this wall, are the property of H.M. Customs and formerly stood above the porch of the Port’s Custom House, 20 South Quay, the adjacent building to this to the north, now the offices of the Great Yarmouth Port Authority.
The Arms are the English Royal Arms used since the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837 and show the arms for England with three gold lions passant guardant on a red background in the first and fourth quarters, the Arms for Scotland with a red lion rampant in the second quarter and a gold harp with white strings on a blue background for Ireland in the third quarter.
The arms were restored by the Great Yarmouth Port Authority, mounted on this wall and floodlit on 1993.
The Great Yarmouth Port Authority
John B. Mowson – Chairman
Michael C. M. Boon – Chief Executive and Clerk
H is for HannaH, HeatHer, and HatcHer
Image by toastforbrekkie
Formerly entitled, "H."