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Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)
Elizabeth I (1533–1603)

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A statue of Elizabeth I from Ashridge Park. She is shown in full robes carrying an orb and sceptre, located in a niche of the building's façade, although the main building dates from the 1870s, the towers were added later in 1919/1925.
Title

Elizabeth I (1533–1603)

Date

c.1820

Medium

stone

Accession number

HA1_SR_S032

Work type

Statue

Owner

Harrow School

Custodian

Harrow School

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II* (England and Wales)

Listing date

09/07/68

Access

at all times

Inscription description

a stone laid in the brickwork to the bottom left of the statue: The First Stone of the New Speech Room was laid by His Grace the Duke of Abercorn KG Lord Lieutentant of Ireland Thursday July 2nd 1874

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Located at

High Street, Harrow on the Hill

HA1 3HP

Set on a wall up high on a Harrow School building located at the junction of Grove Hill and Peterborough Road.