A bronze Statue of William Shakespeare by Jon Hair entitled "Shakespeare Standing", one of the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival items up for auction. The statue stands 65 inches tall and depicts Shakespeare standing on the planks of a stage floor. It is signed by the artist and includes the seal of the U.S. Olympic Committee for which he was the official sculptor.
A bronze Statue of William Shakespeare by Jon Hair entitled "Shakespeare Standing", one of the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival items up for auction. The statue stands 65 inches tall and depicts Shakespeare standing on the planks of a stage floor. It is signed by the artist and includes the seal of the U.S. Olympic Committee for which he was the official sculptor. COURTESY OF IRON HORSE AUCTION COMPANY
A bronze Statue of William Shakespeare by Jon Hair entitled "Shakespeare Standing", one of the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival items up for auction. The statue stands 65 inches tall and depicts Shakespeare standing on the planks of a stage floor. It is signed by the artist and includes the seal of the U.S. Olympic Committee for which he was the official sculptor. COURTESY OF IRON HORSE AUCTION COMPANY

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