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Lt. Coll. GERARD SMITH Brass Name Door Plaque


Lt. Coll. GERARD SMITH Brass Name Door Plaque

Original with 6 screw holes. Black lettering. Left uncleaned with original patina of age for the buyer to decide whether to return to original state or not.

Material: Solid Brass

Dimensions: 6” x 2” 15 x 6.5 cm


Lieutenant Colonel Gerard Smith - Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Gerard Smith KCMG was Governor of Western Australia from 1895 to 1900. Gerard Smith was born on 12 December 1839 in Pimlico, London. He was the third son of Martin Tucker Smith, politician, banker and director of the East India Co., and Louisa Smith.

Wycombe March 12, 1883 - November 24, 1885

o Born: 12 Dec 1839 · London, United Kingdom

o Died: 28 Oct 1920 · London, United Kingdom



SKU DP687 314

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