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Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue
Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue
Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue
Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue
Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue
Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue
Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue
Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue
Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue

© the artist. Photo credit: The Tank Museum

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A Comet tank crew. This is the fibreglass model that was used to cast the bronze Royal Tank Regiment Memorial Statue unveiled by HM the Queen in Whitehall Place, London, 13th June 2002. An original design proposed by George Henry Paulin in 1953 for the Royal Armoured Corps Memorial was adapted and sculpted by Vivien Mallock.

The Tank Museum

Bovington


Medium

painted fibreglass

Measurements

H 266 x W 350 x D 126 cm

Accession number

E2001.734

Work type

War memorial


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Normally on display at

The Tank Museum

Bovington, Dorset BH20 6JG England

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