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Specializing in Historic

St. Louis Art from Buildings

Every piece we have is unique, comes with a story, and a place it used to be. Come see some missing architectural elements that were once many stories high in the skyline of St. Louis and salvaged over many years. Some artifacts for sale were on display @citymuseum and are now in our shop.

We have so many options for garden features, let us help you select and install something in your outdoor space or something to decorate your home. We have items large and small to choose from at Architectural Artifacts.


Terra cotta lion heads from the cornice of the Boatmen's Bank Addition, later called the Marquette Annex lined up on our warehouse shelf.


Close up view of the cornice of the Boatmen's Bank - Marquette Annex still in place during the demolition in 1998.


Cornice of the Boatmen's Bank - Marquette Annex being removed and salvaged during the 1998 demolition.


Boatmen's Bank Addition later called the Marquette Annex under construction in 1914. Image from the Washington University Eames & Young collection.

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