Byster gate statues
Two badly weathered medieval figures which appear to have been knights is armour.
'Although all the city gates were demolished at the end of the eighteenth century, the two statues which stood above Byster's Gate have survived and were recently sold at auction' (1)
Byster's Gate (originally Bye Street Gate) was one of 6 gates in the old fortified town of Hereford, the gates dated back to the twelfth century.
There is an illustration of the gate with the statues in situ in Shoesmith (2)
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