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James Duff, 5th Earl of Fife (1814–1879)
James Duff, 5th Earl of Fife (1814–1879)
James Duff, 5th Earl of Fife (1814–1879)
James Duff, 5th Earl of Fife (1814–1879)
James Duff, 5th Earl of Fife (1814–1879)

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Title

James Duff, 5th Earl of Fife (1814–1879)

Date

1861

Medium

marble

Measurements

H 73 x W 52 x D 24 cm

Accession number

ABD_AAG_ABDAG010783

Acquisition method

gift from Miss Lorna Stewart Bell, 1993; on loan to HES and at Duff House

Work type

Bust

Signature/marks description

signed and dated on back: ALEXR BRODIE / SCULPT ABDN / 1861

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