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St Paul's collections now available for all to see online

Thousands of significant objects and a large quantity of archive material from St Paul's Cathedral are now accessible to the public for the first time.

The online database, reached through the Cathedral & History section of the St Paul's website, offers themed browsing of the collections as well as a search option to help people find material they are particularly interested in.

Simon Carter, Head of the Cathedral’s Collections Department said: "Sharing the collections of St Paul’s with the world in this way helps to unlock their potential as a great source of knowledge and inspiration, and helps people to connect with the life and work of the Cathedral."

Highlights from the collections which can now be viewed online include:

  • Carved and painted stones from the pre-fire Cathedral
  • A portrait of the renowned poet and Dean of St Paul’s, John Donne
  • Architectural Drawings by Christopher Wren
  • The Jubilee Cope, designed by Beryl Dean and made for the Bishop of London to mark the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 1977 
Collections intern, Charlotte, looks at some of the photographs in the collection