City Daily Photo encourages us to look harder at what's around us. Please look closer at the doorways and window style on these houses, built in the early 1700s. Each door has a unique glasswork fanlight. Throughout the whole town not one door fanlight is the same. Notice also the two little white badges on the wall in the very centre. Those are 18th Century "Fire Insurance Certificates". Lloyds of London was a new money market brokerage phenomenon enabling people to insure. The newly created insurance companies gave you a plate showing their badge - a Sun, an Elephant etc - to make it clear to the fire brigade that the house was protected by that company and that the firemen would be paid for their efforts to put out the fire.