Monument in Portsmouth Cathedral dedicated to George Villiers, First Duke of Buckingham, d. 1628Memorial: M1050
Inscription tablet flanked by two allegorical figures-fame holding a trumpet, the other figure holds a heart. At the base of the monument, a skull. Above, an urn in a recess with panels of military trophies on either side. At the top, a pediment on which sit two putti with trumpets, Buckingham's arms in the centre.
Headstone of Robert Trotman d. 1765 in Kinson, Bournemouth.Memorial: M2889
Memorial in Westminster Abbey dedicated to George Villiers. d. 1628Memorial: M4772
The monument consists of an altar tomb or sarcophagus with a wall piece at the back, figures at angles and a tablet at the east wall. Black marble base. The sarcophagus is of black marble with pedestals at angles on which rest four obelisks supported on bronze skulls and formerly enriched with metal ornaments now lost. Effigies on the sarcophagus of the duke in repousse plate-armour enriched with crossed anchors and monograms (GKB), ermine tippet, robe or mantle, coronet, chain and garter, his duchess in an embroidered gown, cloak and coronet. At the angles of the tomb, four bronze seated figures, two female figures at the head, and Neptune and Mars at the feet. On the wall at the back, a black and white marble wall piece flanked by two pairs of ionic pillasters with gilt bronze capitals ornamented with ram's heads. On the frieze above are the initials 'GV DB KDB'. On the cornice two cherubs and on the upper cornice, two female figures supporting a cartouche of arms. Between the pilasters, kneeling figures of two daughters and one son, all in white marble, also three panels with inscriptions.
Brass plaque in Westminster Abbey, London dedicated to Admiral Louis Mountbatten d. 1979Memorial: M4780
Profile portraits of Mountbatten and Countess Mountbatten, his orders and decorations inlaid in marble.