Category:Royal Society of Arts Blue plaques

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Royal Society of Arts created the ancester of todays well known blue plaque scheme currently run by English Heritage, They were erected in a variety of shapes and colours but most RSA plaques were chocolate brown in colour, they are easily recognisable by their intricate pattern borders, containing the words 'Society of Arts'. The Society of Arts erected a total of 35 plaques, today less than half survive. The scheme ran from 1867 to 1901 when it was replaced by a scheme run by the London County Council.

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