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Richard Clement Headington (1774–1831)
Richard Clement Headington (1774–1831)
Richard Clement Headington (1774–1831)
Richard Clement Headington (1774–1831)
Richard Clement Headington (1774–1831)
Richard Clement Headington (1774–1831)
Richard Clement Headington (1774–1831)
Richard Clement Headington (1774–1831)

Photo credit: The Royal London Hospital Museum & Archives

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Richard Headington was a member of the Corporation of Surgeons and an early member of the newly formed College of Surgeons, and served as Assistant Surgeon and then Surgeon to the London Hospital, from June 1799. He served as Vice President of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1829 and President during 1830–1831.

The Royal London Hospital Museum

London


Date

1831

Medium

plaster

Measurements

H 75 x W 53 x D 34 cm

Accession number

RLHINV/147

Work type

Bust

Inscription description

on back: Tho.s Smith. Fecit. Published May 1st 1831 / G Savron Strand by James. De Ville. 367 Strand London


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