Kensington Palace Graffiti 1902

November 4, 2011 by staff 

Kensington Palace Graffiti 1902, Workers involved in a restoration project at Kensington Palace in London, said they discovered a graffiti of 109 years old.

Lee Prosser, curator at Historic Royal Palaces buildings, said workers removed a piece of wood hidden in a roof support pole by the door of the royal residence and discovered a well-written obscenity along with the name of “Peter Jackson “and the date” 02/01/1902 “, Daily Telegraph reported Friday.

“When this was written, must have thought he was perfectly safe, that nobody in the world ever lay eyes on him again,” said Prosser. “Unfortunately, we do not know much about Peter Jackson, but it is clear that, like many others throughout history, could not resist the temptation to leave his mark on a royal palace.”

A spokeswoman said the piece of wood was replaced by a metal, but will be preserved and put on display.

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