1664 Seal of the City of New York, West Side Highway



A cast taken from a 1928s original iron from the old Miller highway AKA; West Side Highway that ran along Manhattan’s West coast by the Hudson River.

The designs for all the artwork on the highway were by noted sculptor Rene Chambellan, this design represents the long used 1664 seal of the City of New York which appeared on all official NY city related buildings, stationary, badges used by police etc

Hand-made Victorian and Art Deco architectural sculpture, based on authentic nineteenth and early twentieth century sculptures found on urban building facades. Each sculpture is either hand-cast, or hand pressed kiln fired terracotta, and they are available in a number of finishes.
Use these sculptures for home and office decor. Terracotta may be embedded into a brick wall or used outdoors, restoration work, and custom models.
Fine architectural sculptures since 1976.

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