51st Highland Division Memorial, Beaumont Hamel, Somme
The 51st Highland Division memorial is one of the best known of the World War 1 memorials and stands above the village of Beaumont Hamel in Flanders.
The 51st Highland Division memorial is one of the best known of the World War 1 memorials and stands above the village of Beaumont Hamel in Flanders. Erected in 1924, the memorial commemorates the capture of the high ground above the village by the Division following three months of bloody fighting in the Autumn of 1916.
This is the original sculptors working model in a 14" scale
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|Sculpting Scale||Other (Pewter and Commission)|
|Base Material of the Statue||Cold Cast Resin|
|Height Including Presentation Base||16" / 41cm|
|Width with Presentation Base||0" / 0cm|
|Depth with Presentation Base||0" / 0cm|
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As every item is individually handmade the exact dimensions may vary slighty.