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9916 Pacific Giftware
Replica Statue

List Price - $59.00
Our Price: $53.90

"Let us have faith that right makes
might, and in that faith, let us, to
the end, dare to do our duty as we
understand it." - A. Lincoln

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STANDING LINCOLN Replica StatueNobleWares Image of Miniature Standing Lincoln Bronze Resin Statue Replica 9916 by Pacific Giftware 9916 Pacific Giftware
This sculpture is a replica of the Abraham Lincoln Monument completed in 1887 by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens and erected in Lincoln Park of Chicago Illinois. Standing over 8 inches tall the Standing Lincoln statue is cast in Bronze resin. A special production process used for these pieces originated in Great Britain, and uses actual bronze powder mixed in cold cast resin in order to ensure a durable and realistic bronzed-like finish and presentation. The base is felt lined to protect any display surface. Each statue includes an 8.5" x 5.5" parchment printing of Lincoln's famous Gettysburg Address. A treasure for any Civil War enthusiast, this outstanding Abraham Lincoln statue will make a beautiful and stunning impression in any home or office.

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Dimensions: 4 1/4" x 6" x 8 1/4"
Material: Cold Cast Bronze
Black Felt-Lined base
Includes Gettysburg Address Parchment
Parchment Size: 5.5" x 8.5"

Weight: 2 lbs 3.2 oz
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The Standing Lincoln "Saint-Gaudens spent several years conceptualizing the statue, which he hoped would be his greatest work. He was the first sculptor to use the life mask of Lincoln and the casts of his hands made by Leonard Volk before Lincoln became president. A Vermont farmer of approximately Lincoln's height served as the model for the statue. The figure of Lincoln portrays the sixteenth president with his left hand clutching at his coat's lapel and his head bowed standing in front of his Chair of State. The chair, which features clawed legs and an American eagle on the back, was inspired by a cast of a seat from a Greek theater. The sculptor wanted the statue to be mounted on a suitable pedestal, and architect Stanford White designed the semicircular bench on which it stands."
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