Treadwheel of a King’s Prison Wall Art Picture

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Treadwheel of a King’s Prison Wall Art Picture

The quintessential romantic castle in this wall art picture, Carisbrooke has been an Elizabethan artillery fortress, a king’s prison and a royal summer residence over its 1,000 year history. This wall art picture of the 16th Century working treadwheel in the castle’s well house is the same wheel Charles I was watching while confined in the castle during the Civil War between 1647 and 1648.

The original well house and the wheel were built in 1292. The current house I was built at around 1587 with the treadwheel (donkey wheel) in this wall art picture which is still working and used to date.

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Description

Wall art picture of the 16th Century working treadwheel in the Carisbrooke castle where Charles I was imprisoned before his execution in 1649.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 11.7 × 8.3 × 0.5 in
Print Size

8.3" x 11.7", 11.7" x 16.5"

Print Media

Pro Luster Photo Paper

Frame

White frame

Delivery

Printed on order

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