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Sir John Usher (1829–1904)
Sir John Usher (1829–1904)
Sir John Usher (1829–1904)
Sir John Usher (1829–1904)
Sir John Usher (1829–1904)
Sir John Usher (1829–1904)
Sir John Usher (1829–1904)
Sir John Usher (1829–1904)
Sir John Usher (1829–1904)
Sir John Usher (1829–1904)

Photo credit: Highland Council

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Usher donated the site on which the old Wick Library was erected.

Wick Library (High Life Highland)



Sir John Usher (1829–1904)




H 59 x W 47 x D 29 cm;
Plinth: H 18 x W 20 x D 18 cm

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Acquisition method

presented by Sir Robert Usher, 1906

Work type


Signature/marks description

back: Macgillivray

Inscription description

back: foundry stamp


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Wick Library (High Life Highland)

Sinclair Terrace, Wick, Highland KW1 5AB Scotland

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