Victorian Staffordshire model of ‘Palmers House’, the home of Dr William Palmer the famous Rugeley Poisoner.
Height : 8″ (20cm)
Length: 7¼” (18.3cm)
Condition : Very good, minor wear, no damage or restoration. Faint ‘seam’ crack visible at edge of base.
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* William Palmer (6 August 1824 – 14 June 1856), also known as the Rugeley Poisoner or the Prince of Poisoners, was an English doctor found guilty of murder in one of the most notorious cases of the 19th century. Charles Dickens called Palmer “the greatest villain that ever stood in the Old Bailey”