Nutcracker - General Lee - 40 cm / 16 inch

Nutcrackers Famous Persons Nutcracker - General Lee - 40 cm / 16 inch
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Model: 017-16-72
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This Nutcracker is made by the legendary Steinbach company. For generations Steinbach has brought joy and pleasure to collectors from around the world. The Steinbach Nutcrackers are undoubtedly the most famous ones in the world. Steinbach means highest level of quality and brilliancy in design. Some of the limited editions by Steinbach have increased considerably in value through the years. This Nutcrackers belongs to the BIG series. Please consider that Steinbach products are very popular collectible items that are not stored in warehouses in mass quantities. With limited editions it could be possible that the produced number of pieces has reached the limit before we are notified and we are not able to deliver. In this case you will be informed as soon as possible. The size stated is the approximate size of the item. Minor differences are possible.

Nutcracker description by Mr. Steinbach:
When you come as a visitor to the USA and tour Gettysburg around the 1st of July, you will see, in addition to all the numerous monu¬ments which commemorate the war of secession, large groups of soldiers in old uniforms with old weapons and artillery reenacting the battle of Gettysburg of 1863 on the battlefield there. The war then seems so different from the way we know it, though there's a powerful lot of explosions and canon fire crackling all over the place. On this battleground during the American Civil War, there stood on the one side the troops of General Lee with 50,000 men, and on the other side, the commander in chief of the Union Army, General Grant with approximately 90,000 men. Lee hailed from a family of officers and was a brilliant military strategist, who was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on account of his bravery and was made superintendent of the Military Academy at West Point in 1852. Although he was strongly against breaking up the Union over the disputed question of slavery, he felt he could not fight against his own state of Virginia, even though he favored gradual freedom for the slaves, freeing many of his own. At the end of the war, he was forced to surrender to his adversary General Grant, who took the occasion to deny him the rights of citizenship for the remainder of his life. They were only restored to him posthumously in 1975.

Please note that Steinbach items might slightly change in design from time to time. The item you receive will not always be 100% the same as shown on the picture.

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Basic material Wood
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Height 40,0 cm/15.7 inch

Original statt Plagiat

4250309213021 S 1672 E0ST002E00

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