Archibald Henderson USMC "Grand old Man of the Marine Corps" Commandant Sculpture Bust on Pedestal
Get a piece of history for your home or office with our 3D printed portrait bust of Archibald Henderson, the longest-serving Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of North Carolina. The detailed bust is mounted on a pedestal plinth and features a lifelike interpretation of Henderson. Each piece is individually printed and hand-assembled, making it a unique addition to any collection of Americana. Show your appreciation for the history of Freemasonry by adding this bust to your home or office today.
Archibald Henderson was a American lawyer, author and the longest-serving commandant of the United States Marine Corps. He served as Commandant of the Marine Corps from 1820 to 1859. He was born in 1783 in North Carolina and was appointed as a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps in 1800. He served in various capacities throughout his career, including as a military attaché to the U.S. legation in Paris, and as a member of the Board of Navy Commissioners. He was known for his efforts to modernize and improve the Marine Corps, and for his advocacy for the use of Marines in a variety of roles beyond shipboard duties.
Perfect for display on the library shelf, entertainment center, office space, collector’s gallery, in the classroom, and more. Makes a great gift for the Teacher, Professor, or history enthusiast in your life, or simply to add to your own collection of people who inspire you.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
- 5-inch: 3" wide, 2" deep, and 5" high. Weighs 2 oz.
- 12-inch: 6" wide, 6" deep and 12" high. Weighs 1 lb.
- 12-inch Filled: 6" wide, 6" deep and 12" high. Weighs about 6-7 lbs.
Note: Approximate measurements. The height measured includes the base.
- Lightweight - Multiple busts can be displayed on floating shelves
- Unique - Original artwork
- Collectible - Over 180 subjects in our ever-growing library
- 3D Printed - Intersection of technology and art to bring a unique presentation
Washable in lukewarm soapy water.
This product is made using 3D printing technology. As with any 3D printed product, there may be slight variations in size and finish. This product is not intended for heavy use or load-bearing applications. The manufacturer and seller of this product do not accept any responsibility for any damages or injuries resulting from the use of this product. By purchasing and using this product, you acknowledge and accept these limitations and assume all risk associated with its use.
POLYLACTIC ACID (PLA PLASTIC)
This product is made using PLA (polylactic acid) plastic, a biodegradable, plant-based material. It is not recommended for use in high heat or humid environments as it may warp or degrade. It is also not suitable for heavy use or load-bearing applications. The manufacturer and seller of this product do not accept any responsibility for any damages or injuries resulting from the use of this product. By purchasing and using this product, you acknowledge and accept these limitations and assume all risk associated with its use.
Original artwork by Thijs DeVries from DeVries Arts
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