Prince Edward by Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm Bart., R.A. (1834-90). 1880. Bronze. Temple Bar Memorial designed by Horace Jones. London. [Click on these images for larger pictures.]
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The Temple Bar Memorial, its sculpture, and related material
- The Temple Bar Memorial designed by Horace Jones
- Sir Christopher Wren's original Temple Bar as re-erected in Paternoster Square in 2004
- Queen Victoria and the Prince of Wales Going to St. Paul's by Charles J. Samuel Kelsey
- Time and Fortune Draw a Curtain Over Temple Bar by Charles Henry Mabey
- Queen Victoria's Progress to the Guildhall London Nov. 9th 1837 by Charles Henry Mabey
- Plaque marking the location of the original Temple Bar and the border of the City of London by C. H. Mabey
- Queen Victoria by Sir Joseph Boehm
- Griffin by Charles Birch
- Friezes on the Temple Bar Memorial
A very full description of the monument is available at http://pmsa.cch.kcl.ac.uk/CL/Region.htm (Ref. no. CLCOL001).
Ward-Jackson, Philip. Public Sculpture of the City of London. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2003.
Last modified 2 August 2011