16th VERMONT MONUMENT REPLICA BY GARY CASTEEL

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Item Code: 224-533

This resin piece is a copy of the monument erected by the veterans of the 16TH Vermont Volunteer Infantry at Gettysburg.

Today the monument sits south of Gettysburg on Hancock Avenue.  Originally, the monument was placed approximately 1000 feet west of its current location, in the Codori thicket; the precise point where the regiment was attacked by the Wilcox Brigade during Pickett’s Charge. The monument was dedicated in September of 1892 but relocated in 1901.

This replica monument stands approximately 8 ½” tall 5 ½” across the base. It is complete with all the text and imagery that is found on the original monument including a brief description of the regiment’s actions.

These were produced by Gary Casteel who is well known for his talent in producing copies of monuments on the field and his pieces are much sought after.  [mk] [ph:m]

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