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Charles Summers (1825-1878), Attributed, patinated bronze plaque depicting John King the only survivor of the famous & tragic Burke & Wills expedition which left Victoria in 1860. Summers was Melbournes leading sculptor during the mid 19th century & was co

Redmond Barry (Ned Kelly's convicting judge) antique life size plaster bust by Charles Summers (1825-1878) one of Australia's leading sculptors and artists. His work includes the famous Burke & Wills monument in Melbourne (1866). Summers was also a founder

Cedar framed exhibition award, commemorative bronzed medallion for the 'Intercolonial Exhibition Victoria, 1866-7', awarded to 'Gray & Waring', sculpted by Charles Summers and cast by W. Calvert