John Dickinson (1782–1869), FRS
John Dickinson (1782–1869), FRS
John Dickinson (1782–1869), FRS
John Dickinson (1782–1869), FRS
John Dickinson (1782–1869), FRS
John Dickinson (1782–1869), FRS
John Dickinson (1782–1869), FRS
John Dickinson (1782–1869), FRS

Image credit: Apsley Paper Trail Archive

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This work is in the Roman style by Baron Carlo Marochetti, one of the finest sculptors of his day. It may have been commissioned circa 1849 when it was known that he dined with Dickinson.

Frogmore Paper Mill & Visitor Centre

Hemel Hempstead


John Dickinson (1782–1869), FRS






H 67 x W 44 x D 31 cm

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donated by John Dickinson Stationery Ltd

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Frogmore Paper Mill & Visitor Centre

Fourdrinier Way, Apsley, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP3 9RY England

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