George V (1865–1936)
George V (1865–1936)
George V (1865–1936)
George V (1865–1936)
George V (1865–1936)

Image credit: Lowewood Museum

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Charles Giddings made this bust for display in Hoddesdon clock tower. Giddings was a celebrated sculptor who made many of England's war memorials, as well as receiving international commissions. He produced a number of garden ornament designs for local landscaping firm Pulham & Sons.

Lowewood Museum



George V (1865–1936)




H 56 x W 51 x D 30 cm

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transferred to Lowewood Museum after the demolition of the clock tower, late 1960s

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Normally on display at

Lowewood Museum

High Street, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire EN11 8BH England

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