Immortalised in marble
Statue of Benjamin Disraeli by C. B. Birch
Reproduced by permission of Hughenden Manor (The National Trust)
Disreali wears the robes of the Chancellor of the Exchequer with which he refused to part, and a fur-trimmed cloak. The statue stands in the loggia at Hughenden.
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