SERBIAN HISTORICAL FIGURES - STEVAN SINDJELIC

Šifra: S-87-49

Author:Srpske Istorijske Figure / SERBIAN COLLECTIBLE CHA

We offer a unique collection of serbian historical figures that have put a stamp on serbian history in 3 most important historical epochs:

  • Middle Ages
  • 19th century
  • First World War
8,99 USD6,49 USD
Akcija traje od 11.08.2022. 08:00 do 14.08.2022. 07:00
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DETALJNIJE

  • Serbian historical figures in dimensions 1:32
  • height 7 cm till 9cm on stand
  • weight: 50-65g
  • material: metal 
  • producer: Ml

Stevan Sinđelić (Serbian Cyrillic: Стеван Синђелић; 1771 – 19 May 1809) was a Serbian revolutionary commander in Resava, who fought during the First Serbian Uprising (1804-1813) against Ottoman rule. As the commander of the Resava Brigade, he fought in many battles and skirmishes against Ottoman foot-soldiers, including the Battle of Ivankovac in 1805 and the Battle of Deligrad in 1806. He is remembered for his actions during the Battle of Čegar Hill in 1809, in which he and the Resava Brigade found themselves surrounded by the Ottomans. Encircled and without much chance of survival, Sinđelić ignited the gunpowder kegs in the powder cave, creating an enormous explosion that killed him, all of the Serb and Ottoman soldiers.

 

The history of lead soldiers goes far back in time. Metallic figures of warriors of different epochs and countries were on the seats in the courtyards of antique and medieval rulers, the war councils of the world leaders, the shelves of passionate collectors, and of course - in the children's rooms.

We offer a unique collection of serbian historical figures that have put a stamp on serbian history in 3 most important historical epochs:

  • Middle Ages
  • 19th century
  • First World War

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