The Brassey Testimonia by Anonymous

The Brassey Testimonia

Anonymous

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Model is 5ft4in or 1.62m
Model is 5'4" (1.62m)

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The Brassey Testimonia

Anonymous

The Brassey Testimonial; the Centre of the Shield, Surrounded with an Elaborate Wreath of Oak Leaves, Contains the Inscription, and the Arms of Brassey, As Derived from an Uninterrupted Line of Ancestry Dating from the Brasseys, of Bulkeley, in County Chester, 1340. The Next Portion of the Circle, which is Concave in Form, is Divided Into Twelve Arch-Headed Niches, Richly Sculptured, from the Keystone of which Are Suspended Medallions Containing Miniatures of the Engineers Under Whom Mr. Brassey Has Executed Railway Works. Above These Arches, on the Flat Margin of the Shield, and Immediately Over the Portraits, Are Twelve Other Oval Tablets, Each One Being a Miniature Picture of Some Great Work of the Respective Engineers Before Mentioned. Beyond These Views, and Forming the Outer Edge of the Shield, is a Beautiful Chaplet of Laurel Leaves, Divided by Thirty-Six Bands, or Ribbons, Each Bearing the Name of One of Mr. Brassey's Agents, Enamelled on Gold, 1851 Engraving

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