Radcliffe Camera Model - Small (30712)

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This handsome model representing an iconic Oxford University building is the perfect gift, to someone special, or just for yourself.

Built by James Gibbs in 1737 - 48, the Radcliffe Camera was Britain's first circular library. Now used as a Bodleian reading room for Oxford scholars, the building is instantly recognisable in the 'dreaming spires' skyline. 


  • Hawksmoor and Gibbs' original architectural plans were referenced to make these models
  • Made in Bath, England
  • Height:135mm
  • Depth:90mm
  • British gypsum plaster

*Please note: This product is not available in the high street store.*

Size Guide

Weight: 0.5kg

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