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|DescriptionOfPhoto:||Illustration from Sheardown, W. (1872) The Marts and Markets, at Doncaster.. (see below)|
|Location:||Market Place, Corn Exchange|
|ImageCopyright:||Doncaster Library & Information Services|
|History: The Wheat Cross, a round stone column, surmounted by a ball and set on a circular flagged base was erected in 1679  Both this and the nearby Butter Cross were demolished by 1846 to make space for the complex of Market Buildings now on the site.
Illustration: This image is reproduced by kind permission of Doncaster Library and Information Services.
References  Sheardown, W. (1872) The Marts and Markets, at Doncaster: Their Rise and Progress and Sources of Supply. p. 43. The Doncaster Gazette. Facsimile reprint 1979. Doncaster Library Service.