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This Benjamin Disraeli statue stands in front of the British Museum in London. The statue is one of two Disraeli statues in London, the other is at the British High Commission in St. The statue is a gift from the Israeli people to the British people. This is a statue of Benjamin Disraeli, son of the 18th Earl of Beaconsfield. Benjamin Disraeli was born on the 20th of April 1804 in London. The British Museum website says that this sculpture was completed in 1921 and dedicated to Joseph Chamberlain, the first Earl of Beaconsfield, the British Prime Minister of the British Empire for the years 1874 – 1878, 1878 – 1880, 1881 – 1883, 1883 – 1886, 1886 – 1887, and 1887 – 1888. The British Museum website says that the sculptor was Charles E. Lummus, in an article written in 1911, The British Art of Art, in the Annual of the British Museum, Volume 2, pp. The British Museum website says that this statue was completed in 1921 and dedicated to Joseph Chamberlain, the first Earl of Beaconsfield, the British Prime Minister of the British Empire for the years 1874 – 1878, 1878 – 1880, 1881 – 1883, 1883 – 1886, 1886 – 1887, and.

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