Statue of King George III, Weymouth, England - Stock Image

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The statue commemorates King George III entering the 50th year of his reign in 1809-1810. The statue, which is located on Weymouth’s prominent Esplanade, was designed by James Hamilton (born 1748, died January 1829) in 1803 and modelled by John Sealy (died 1813) later that year. It was donated to a committee of Weymouth Town in 1809. The statue is of a ceramic material known as Coade stone, named after its inventor, Eleanor Coade. The Artificial Stone Company, which produced the statue, went bankrupt in 1833 and finally ceased production in 1840.
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