1833 - 1901
the bronze standing figure
of queen victoria on a
polished pink granite pedestal
was commissioned by hastings
corporation from the sculptor
francis john williamson
and subsequently unveiled
in 1903. damage to the knee of
the statue was caused in 1942
by a stray bullet from an
F.J. Williamson Sc. | Esher 1902
Hollingshead & Burton | Founders
Unveiled on 31 December 1902 by the Marquis of Abergavenny.
- Francis John Williamson (Hampstead, London 1833 - Esher, Surrey 1920), British sculptor (Wikipedia).
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