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Thomas Gardiner Bramston (1770–1831)
Thomas Gardiner Bramston (1770–1831)
Thomas Gardiner Bramston (1770–1831)
Thomas Gardiner Bramston (1770–1831)
Thomas Gardiner Bramston (1770–1831)
Thomas Gardiner Bramston (1770–1831)
Thomas Gardiner Bramston (1770–1831)
Thomas Gardiner Bramston (1770–1831)

Photo credit: Essex County Council

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A plaque for this bust was erected by the Magistrates of Essex in the East Court of the Shire Hall.

County Hall, Chelmsford

Chelmsford


Date

1832

Medium

marble

Measurements

H 62 x W 52 x D 33 cm (E)

Accession number

241

Acquisition method

moved from Shire Hall

Work type

Bust

Signature/marks description

reverse: T G BRAMSTON Esqr / TERNOUTH SCULPR 1832.

Inscription description

inscribed near base on right side: TERNOUTH SC. / PIMLICO LONDON


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County Hall, Chelmsford

Market Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1LX England

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