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Victoria's 60th, Clocktower Victoria's 60th, Clocktower

Memorial: Victoria's 60th, Clocktower

Erection date: 1897


{Plaque laid into the south face of the plinth:}
Refurbished 1997. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Heritage of London Trust, Highbury Fields Association, Hugh Grover Associates

{Plaque attached to the base of the north face of the plinth:}
Vestry of St Mary Islington
Caution - Proceedings will be taken by the vestry against any person or persons wilfully damaging the clock tower. By order, Wm. F. Dewey, Vestry Clerk, Vestry Hall, Upper St. N.

{Plaque laid into the east face of the plinth:}
Presented to the Islington Vestry by Alfred Hutchinson in celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of the reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, 1897.

 All four sides sport a low relief portrait of Queen Victoria in wreathed roundels half-way up.

Site: Victoria's 60th, Clocktower (1 memorial)

N5, Highbury Hill

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Victoria's 60th, Clocktower

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Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria

Shortly before this event, in September 1896 Victoria had become the longest-...

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Queen Victoria

Reigned: 1837-1901, 64 years. Born Kensington Palace. Daughter of Edward, Duk...

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Victoria's 60th, Clocktower

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Heritage of London Trust

A grant giving trust to encourage the careful restoration of listed buildings...

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Highbury Fields Association

The Highbury Fields Association aims to encourage community participation in ...

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Hugh Grover Associates

Independent Islington-based estate agents.

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