It's a very odd thing: but there are some howlers of mistakes on the facade of the Wedgwood Institute in Burslem. The frieze along the top shows the twelve signs of the zodiac - but the signs for Cancer and Aries are in the wrong places.
As you can see here, Aries (15 April to 15 May) is hovering over March, which is all wrong. (The man is gathering clams/crabs by the way, which is not entirely obvious...).
Also, further along the facade, the June figure seems to be shearing a ram - whcih should surely be Aries ?
This buidling was a wonder of its time. I wonder if they realised the mistake when it was unveiled; or did those who realise just stay shtum?
This quirk is featured in the locally-set novel, The Spyders of Burslem.