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Wallaces Monument - Hand Crafted - Coal Model

In Memory of William Wallace

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This Coal model is: 15.50cm about 6 1/4 inches high

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Wallaces Monument - Hand Crafted - Coal Model A deep mined coal model coal figure and collectable - fantastic in detail - the more you look at Wallaces Monument - Hand Crafted - Coal Model the more you see and discover

Coal Model Dimensions
(Including base where applicable and measured at widest points)

  • Length 11.50 (cm) About 4 1/2 (inches) left to right
  • Height 15.50 (cm) About 6 1/4 (inches) top to bottom
  • Width 8.50 (cm) About 3 1/4 (inches) front to back

Coal Model Description

  • Hand Crafted product made from one of the most fascinating natural resources - coal
  • The model is Hand made and hand finished by ex coal miners.
  • Made in one single piece
  • Coated with a light lacquer to ensure quality and long life.
  • A fantastic figure and collectable coal model
  • Has been Hand Made with Crushed & Powdered Coal bound in protective resin

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Wallaces Monument

This Victorian Gothic tower was opened in 1869 to commemorate Scotland's greatest freedom fighter, Sir William Wallace (1267-1305).

The monumentwas funded by public subscription, and donations poured in from expatriate Scots around the world. Support came from many European leaders, including the Italian patriot, Garibaldi.

In 1296, Edward I of England invaded Scotland and the Scottish Wars of Independence began. William Wallace began a guerrilla campaign against the English and became known as the hammer and scourge of the English.

On 11th september, 1297, the Scots defeated the English army at the Battle of Stirling Bridge.

In Memory of William Wallace - Hand Crafted - Coal Model

After defeat at the Battle of Falkirk in 1298, Wallace was betrayed and captured. He was hanged, drawn and quartered in London in 1305, and has since become a symbol for Scotland and Freedom.

The monument is on the Abbey Craig, a rocky crag from which Wallace watched the English army gather on the South side of Stirling Bridge.

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About the product images : these coal models and coal figurines are very black in colour and have a slight glossy appearance - sometimes we may have lightened the images a few shades to get the best level of detail on a wide range of computer screens.


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