Here is an interesting word in one of my favorite of The Greatest Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. In “The Six Napoleons”, Holmes utters this word when he is told of three busts of Emperor Napoleon being smashed in the night.

Iconoclast – a person who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions or destroys images such as those used in worship

Usage: “Considering how many hundreds of statues of the great Emperor must exist in London, it is too much to suppose such a coincidence as that a promiscuous iconoclast should chance to begin upon three specimens of the same bust.”