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King George V - Bexleyheath bust

King George V - Bexleyheath bust

DA6, Bexleyheath Market Place

The original temporary plaster bust was unveiled at the tower's opening ceremony in 1912, but during the 1930s it started to disintegrate, and comp...

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator

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Old Westminster Library - head 2- Shakespeare

Old Westminster Library - head 2- Shakespeare

SW1, Great Smith Street

The foundation stone is immediately to the right of the central entrance. Above the entrance: "Westminster Public Library, The united parishes of ...

1 subject commemorated

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Old Westminster Library - head 3 - Chaucer

Old Westminster Library - head 3 - Chaucer

SW1, Great Smith Street

The foundation stone is immediately to the right of the central entrance. Above the entrance: "Westminster Public Library, The united parishes of ...

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Old Westminster Library - head 1 - Spenser

Old Westminster Library - head 1 - Spenser

SW1, Great Smith Street

We first thought Francis Bacon but he normally has more hair, and, so far, all the heads are literary rather than scientific.

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Old Westminster Library - head 5 - Milton

Old Westminster Library - head 5 - Milton

SW1, Great Smith Street

The hair seems a bit too curly but the sad eyes are right.

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