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Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Signed beneath the image lower right by Bonsey together with the blindstamp of the Fine Art Trade Guild. The bronze of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens was erected in 1912. He stands in a leafy glade about half way along the west bank of the Long Water. This site has a special importance for Peter Pan and was chosen for the statue by J M Barrie, the author who created him.

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Two of swords The inherent duality of the Swords suit is shown here as the delicate balance of the two swords. The Two of Swords expresses this balance as a stalemate, a conflict between two equally matched forces in which neither has the clear advantage. These forces can take on many forms: negative against positive, the impulse to act against the desire to stay silent, or knowing what to do against actually doing it. Such impasses are not easily resolved, and they can lead to a long…