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Wisconsin State Capitol Miniature Model

€16.30
Wisconsin State Capitol Miniature Over the past one hundred years, the Wisconsin State Capitol has dominated the Madison skyline and its civic life. This miniature is a perfect gift for collectors, architects, legislators, hobbyists, and all proud Wisconsinites!
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Set Like a Gem in the Clasp of Four Silver Lakes... Over the past one hundred years, the Wisconsin State Capitol has dominated the Madison skyline as well as its civic life. The Capitol has weathered many storms and hosted myriad gatherings, demonstrations, celebrations, and deliberations, and it remains one of the most beautiful public buildings in the country. With continued care, the Capitol can look forward to its next one hundred years as Wisconsin's gem, set in the clasp of four silver lakes. (This excerpt is quoted from the Wisconsin Magazine of History. Volume 100, Spring, 2017.)


Size: Black metal base measures 3.5" square. Height: Approx 3"


Box: The Capitol Sculpt comes in box with protective styrofoam.

Set Like a Gem in the Clasp of Four Silver Lakes... Over the past one hundred years, the Wisconsin State Capitol has dominated the Madison skyline as well as its civic life. The Capitol has weathered many storms and hosted myriad gatherings, demonstrations, celebrations, and deliberations, and it remains one of the most beautiful public buildings in the country. With continued care, the Capitol can look forward to its next one hundred years as Wisconsin's gem, set in the clasp of four silver lakes. (This excerpt is quoted from the Wisconsin Magazine of History. Volume 100, Spring, 2017.)


Size: Black metal base measures 3.5" square. Height: Approx 3"


Box: The Capitol Sculpt comes in box with protective styrofoam.

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