The Central scene (the frieze over the main arch / Guildhall) depicts Henry III granting a charter to the Abbey of Westminster.The figures and bas reliefs on the outside of the courthouse of The Supreme Court (Middlesex Guildhall opposite the Houses o
f Parliament, London) depict three distinct scenes:
The Central scene (the frieze over the main arch / entry to the Guildhall) depicts Henry III granting a charter to the Abbey of Westminster.
The Left scene depicts King John granting a charter to the Barons at Runnymede.
The Right scene depicts Lady Jane Grey accepting the crown.
Between these scenes are the images of Justice and Prudence.
The remaining statues on the Guildhall depict Heraldic Architecture.
Inside the Middlesex Guildhall, group portraits of Kings and Queens of England occupy the Oak bench ends in the council chamber and there are many more works inside which I have not yet seen.
A book has recently been published which contains many fantastic images both internal and external – The Supreme Court Of The United Kingdom
I now have more recent images which will be uploaded shortly.