Duke of Buccleuch Statue, Edinburgh Photos

Memorial to Walter Francis Montegu Douglas Scott, 5th Duke of Buccleuch & 7th Duke of Queensberry (1806-84) stands in front of St. Giles Cathedral on Royal Mile. The statues is by Sir Joseph Boehm with bronze relief panels by William Birnie Rhind.

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Duke of Buccleuch statue by Sir Joseph Boehm with bronze relief panels by William Birnie Rhind in front of St. Giles Cathedral. Edinburgh, Scotland.Memorial statue to Walter Francis Montegu Douglas Scott, 5th Duke of Buccleuch & 7th Duke of Queensberry. Edinburgh, Scotland.Stag with shield on Duke of Buccleuch statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.Arriving by carriage relief panel by William Birnie Rhind on Duke of Buccleuch statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Duke of Buccleuch statue (1887) by Sir Joseph Boehm with bronze relief panels by William Birnie Rhind in front of St. Giles Cathedral. Edinburgh, Scotland.Memorial statue to Walter Francis Montegu Douglas Scott, 5th Duke of Buccleuch & 7th Duke of Queensberry (1806-84). Edinburgh, Scotland.Stag with shield on Duke of Buccleuch statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.Arriving by carriage relief panel (1887) by William Birnie Rhind on Duke of Buccleuch statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.
In library relief panel by William Birnie Rhind on Duke of Buccleuch statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.Knight on horse relief panel by William Birnie Rhind on Duke of Buccleuch statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.Mounted knights in battle relief panel by William Birnie Rhind on Duke of Buccleuch statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.
In library relief panel (1887) by William Birnie Rhind on Duke of Buccleuch statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.Knight on horse relief panel (1887) by William Birnie Rhind on Duke of Buccleuch statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.Mounted knights in battle relief panel (1887) by William Birnie Rhind on Duke of Buccleuch statue. Edinburgh, Scotland.

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