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Alexander McCall (1830–1888), Police Chief*
Alexander McCall (1830–1888), Police Chief*

Photo credit: Glasgow Museums

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This plaque was added to Charles Rennie Mackintosh's celebrated Celtic Cross (Mackintosh's first commission) which was erected in Glasgow's Necropolis as a gravestone for former Chief Constable of Glasgow, Alexander McCall. The plaque was removed from the cross following the crosse's vandalism in the 1990s. A fibreglass copy has now taken its place on the reconstructed cross.

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H 72.5 x W 37.5 x D 7.5 cm

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