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Bust of Charles Ulm

Made by Dahle, Thelma in Australia, Oceania, 1929-1939.
Shoulders and head bust of Charles Thomas Phillippe Ulm. Plaster, painted with bronze. The bust has been cast from life and is depicted wearing a coat, shirt and tie. The bust is sitting on a cylindrical plinth that flares out towards the base. Pieces of the plaster have broken off around the base of the plinth. Two of the pieces of plaster that have broken off have been retained and kept in a box with the bust.
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