BRAND NEW Civil War Diorama of Marye's Height. The Battle of Fredericksburg 1862. Condition is New in Opened Box and Foam. Number One Diorama of Two in Series.Other is Chancellor House Battle of Chancellorsville 1963. Very Detailed & Beautiful Heavy Ceramic Resin Figurine. DM Serial Number A-4062 from the Collectible Series yet Missing COA. In Controlled Storage since October 1996 Acquisition by Original Collector.
Brand New Figurine Depicting Marye's Heights Defensive Emplacements and Lee's HQ "Brompton" Manor House. Only Removed from Original Packaging for Photos and to Verify Condition.From December 11th to the 15th in 1862, more than 100,000 Union Forces under the command of Major General Ambrose E. Burnside engaged 72,000+ soldiers of the Confederate Army under the command of General Robert E. Crossing the Rappahannock River, Burnside mounted a series of futile frontal assaults on both Prospect Hill and Marye's Heights resulting in a staggering loss of more than 17,000 Union Soldiers. The battle was one of the high points for the Confederacy. In 1995, the Danbury Mint commemorated the battle with this incredibly detailed figurine. It is beautifully crafted and comes with a special separate dark mahogany base that contains a brass title plate on the front This is NOT a simple souvenir piece! The colors and details on this piece set it apart as a truly magnificent figurine and work of art. The figurine is made of a high quality solid cast ceramic resin. The figurine measures 11 inches wide by 9 inches deep by 5 inches high.
The item "Civil War Diorama Marye's Heights Battle of Fredericksburg Danbury Mint 251-001" is in sale since Sunday, July 4, 2021. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Toy Soldiers\1970-Now". The seller is "dulaneyco53" and is located in Ashburn, Virginia.
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