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Prince George, Duke of Cambridge

Hannover 1819 - London 1904
army officer; Commander-in-Chief of the Forces (military head of the British Army) from 1856 to 1895. He became Duke of Cambridge in 1850 and Field Marshal in 1862
(Wikipedia)
Adrian Jones
1907

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Description

Bronze equestrian statue of the Duke of Cambridge, in military regalia wearing the flamboyant hat of a field marshall. It stands on a granite plinth that has a bronze relief at each end, showing soldiers.

London - Prince George, Duke of Cambridge London - Prince George, Duke of Cambridge

Inscription(s)

field marshall,
his royal highness
george,
dvke of cambridge, k.g.
g.c.b. &c

commander-in-chief
of the british army
1856 - 1895.
born 1819 died 1904.

Signature

(statue) adrian jones sc. 1907 - A.B. Burton Founder | Thames Ditton
(plinth) adrian jones | sculptor (front relief) adrian jones | 1906 - A.B. Burton Founder | Thames Ditton (back relief) adrian jones - A.B. Burton Founder | Thames Ditton

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Sculptor

Sources & Information

Tags

Location N 51°30'18" W 0°7'35"

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