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Armillary sphere London Uni.External System

Erection date: 12/6/2008

Inscription

{On a plaque fixed to the base:}
Unveiled by HRH, The Princess Royal, Chancellor of the University of London, to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the University of London External System. 12 June 2008.

{On the horizontal ring:}
David Harber, Aston Upthorpe, Oxfordshire, MMVIII.

For other armillary spheres see Wolff.

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University of London External System

Distance learning, now known as 'International Programmes'.

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