Aberdeenshire HER - NO29NE0058 - ROE DEER STATUE, BALMORAL CASTLE

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Primary ReferenceNO29NE0058
NameROE DEER STATUE, BALMORAL CASTLE
NRHE Card No.NO29NE15
NRHE Numlink 199173
HES SM No.
HES LB No. 51488
Site Form Standing Structure
Site Condition Complete 2
Details Statue, erected by M Geiss, Berlin, in the late 19th century, painted in 1929 and refurbished in 1986. It is a carved bronze statue of a roe deer, painted as life-like, standing on a granite pedestal and bronze plinth in a dwarf quadrant walled recess by the eastern parterre of Balmoral Castle (NO29NE0023). It has a partner, also by Geiss, in a perrier to the west of the castle (NO29NE0055).
Last Update14/10/2020
Updated Bycpalmer
CompilerNCA
Date of Compilation01/02/2017

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