London, South Kensington
28 March 2002
A figure of Napoleon III
wearing military uniform, modelled standing holding his hat in his right hand, his left hand on his hip, a pedestal to his right, on titled base, circa 1854 -- 30cm. high; an equestrian figure of General Sir Henry Havelock, wearing hat with sun-curtain, modelled seated on a horse facing left, on titled base, circa 1857 -- 27.5cm. high; and an equestrian figure of the Duke of Cambridge, on titled base, circa 1854 -- 36cm. high (3)
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P.D. Gordon Pugh, Staffordshire Figures of the Victorian Era (1970), p. C246, fig. 93; p. C289, fig. 264; and p. C263, fig. 158.
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