Baker Street / Eastgate
Queen Victoria - Merchant Ship's Figurehead
London 1819 - Osborne House 1901
Queen of Great-Britain, 1837-1901
Full size Merchant vessels ships figurehead in the form of the young Queen Victoria in full coronation regalia, standing on a small iron bracket at the corner on a building formerly known as the Victoria Inn public house.
Cerfiwyd yr addurn|
llong fasnach hwn
a bu'n arwydd y
This merchant ship's|
was the sign of the
1872 - 1920
Adferwyd 1998 Restored
Cymdeithas Ddinesig Aberystwyth Civic Society
This figurehead of Victoria appears to be the only merchant ship's figurehead of the queen to have survived in Great Britain.
Sources & Information
Location (N 52°24'56" - W 4°5'4")
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Item Code: gbwa083; Photograph: 27 July 2012
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