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Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)
Sir Julius Wernher (1850–1912) and Alfred Beit (1853–1906)

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Date

1910

Medium

Portland stone

Measurements

H 465 x W 318 x D (?) cm

Accession number

SW7_JR_S012

Acquisition method

commissioned by the Royal School of Mines

Work type

Statue

Owner

Imperial College London

Custodian

Imperial College London

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Listing date

05/02/70

Access

at all times

Inscription description

below the busts: (left) WERNHER (right) BEIT


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Located at

Prince Consort Road, Kensington

SW7 2BX

Flanking the main entrance to Imperial College of Science and Technology, Royal School of Mines.