Queen Victoria Memorial, Warwick Gardens
Type Medallion , Relief , Shaft
Half way up the shaft is a band of stone. On the north side is a circular integral plaque with a moulded border which contains a profile head portrait of Queen Victoria looking east. She wears a necklace, a small crown and drapery(?) around her head.
Arthur Byron, London Statues.
LCC, Outdoor Memorial in London, 1910.
On bronze plaque attached to north face of pedestal:
IN MEMORY OF/ HER MOST GRACIOUS/ MAJESTY/ QUEEN VICTORIA/ BORN IN KENSINGTON PALACE/ 24TH MAY 1819/ THIS COLUMN/ WAS ERECTED BY/ THE INHABITANTS OF/ THE ROYAL BOROUGH/ OF KENSINGON/ 1904/ LEWIS H. ISAACS MAYOR
On bottom left: W. CHAMBERS LEETE/ TOWN CLERK
On bottom rear:
H.L. FLORENCE/ ARCHITECT
Below the portrait:
VICTORIA QUEEN AND EMPRESS
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