For reference, this page notes the monarchs for the whole 19th Century and thereafter.
George IV in Greenwich by Nixon.
We have of course a multitude of Queen Victoria statues to choose from; the one below left is one of the most glorious, by Alfred Gilbert. The second one is a fairly typical one, in this case by Thomas Brock.
We have not so many Edward VIIs as Victorias, but still a good choice, often on the frontages of buildings, as in the rather less than serious one below right.
And of course, how can we have a Victorian-centred page without Albert, the Prince Consort. There are several excellent ones to choose from; this is from the memorial in Manchester.
Prince Albert, by Mathew Noble.
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