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Charles I bust at St Margarets St Margarets Church - 2 busts

Bust: Charles I bust at St Margarets

Erection date: 1956

This is one of a pair, See Charles I beheaded for more information. IanVisits pours cold water on the myth that nearby Cromwell's eyes are down-cast in shame under the gaze of this Charles.

Site: St Margarets Church - 2 busts (2 memorials)

SW1, St Margaret Street, St Margarets Church

Sherbrooke is inside the south-east porch. Charles I is outside, above the entrance to the north of the east end, across the road from his nemesis, Cromwell.

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Charles I bust at St Margarets

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King Charles I

Born Fife. Ascended the throne 1625 on the death of his father James I. His w...

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Charles I bust at St Margarets

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Hedley Hope-Nicholson

Barrister, literary critic and Charles I obsessive. He hyphenated his Nichols...

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Charles I bust at St Margarets

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Viscount Sherbrooke bust

We again thank David Hopkins for the Latin transcription (from some tortuous ...

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