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Goliath used his claws to hang onto the wall of the building to stop his fall.

Goliath used his claws to hang onto the wall of the building to stop his fall.

Chrysler Building

New York’s Chrysler Building

From the Chrysler Building, New York, 1978 by George A. Tice One of the famous Chrysler gargoyles. From skyscraper: “ “ George A. Tice: From the Chrysler Building, New York, 1978 Photographer’s page.

Chrysler Building Gargoyle were interpreted into patterns and prints if you peek ever so closely a prime example of New York Art Deco

Chrysler Building Gargoyle

Eagle ornamentation (gargoyle) on the Chrysler Building in New York. Inspired by the hood ornament on a 1929 Plymouth automobile. Sixty-first floor. By Margaret Bourke-White.

Chrysler Building, 1930, New York City. Eagle-headed gargoyles comparable to hood ornaments. These and other surfaces of the building were made with Nirosta stainless steel, because of its low-maintenance, and the beauty of its color.

Chrysler Building, New York City. Eagle-headed gargoyles comparable to hood ornaments. These and other surfaces of the building were made with Nirosta stainless steel, because of its low-maintenance, and the beauty of its color.

376-380 Lafayette Street between Great Jones Street (3rd Street) & 4th Street (NYC). Built in 1888-1889 by William C. Schermerhorn.

Lafayette Street between Great Jones Street Street) & Street (NYC).

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