Public Art Research Archive, Sheffield
Hallam University PUBLIC ART IN SHEFFIELD
Tory and Sons
Coat of Arms, 1929
Division Street Fire Station (no longer
in use) (A-Z p.4 4D)
Coat of Arms of the City of Sheffield.
The figure of Vulcan is on the right holding pincers, with an anvil behind
him and Thor is on the left with a long handled hammer (looking more like
an axe). The arms are enclosed on either side by the axe and bundle of rods
of a Roman lictor. The date appears at the upper corners above a lion and
a gryphon's head.
Two Sum motifs appear at first floor level to the left and right of the main