Original Scottish vintage lithograph showing the National Wallace Monument which is a tower standing on Abbey Craig, a hilltop overlooking Stirling in Scotland. The monument commemorates Sir William Wallace, who was a Scottish freedom fighter from the 13th century, known from the movie Braveheart.
We don't know exactly when the poster is from, but we're guessing the 1930s. It is published by the LMS (The London, Midland and Scottish Railway), which was a British railway company from 1923 to 1949.
9/10 - The poster has a small crease and a small tear at the bottom. In addition, the poster is in impeccable condition.
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