Thomas Paine Bronze Plaque Photo

Thomas Paine bronze plaque - This sculpture was unveiled by Sir William Barlow, Chairman of BICC PLC on the 13th June 1991. It was commissioned by BICC Developments Ltd. and created by Kevin Jordan M.A. (R.C.A.I.) as a tribute to Thomas Paine, whose work 'Rights of Man' was written at the Angel and published in 1791.

Thomas Paine Bronze Plaque Map


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