Memorial commemorating the visit of Queen Victoria to the City in 1900 by J. Daymond & Son. 1900. Material: portrait medallion marble; inscription tablet marble with lead lettering; tabernacle surround stone; railings cast iron painted black. Dimensions: memorial 2.3m high overall; portrait medallion 60cm high x 56cm wide; inscription tablet 32cm high x 52cm wide; cast iron railings surrounding the memorial 2.3m high x 3m wide (Ward-Jackson). [Click on these images for larger pictures.]



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Bibliography

Ward-Jackson, Philip. Public Sculpture of the City of London. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2003.


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