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St. Louis, Missouri: Bull vs. Bear Death Match

12 feet tall, weighs over four tons, and is officially named "Forces." Sculptor Harry Weber said he worked hard to craft a death battle in which neither animal is winning. Unveiled on October 24, 2013, the anniversary of "Black Thursday," which was the start of the Crash of 1929 on Wall Street.

501 N. Broadway, St. Louis, MO
Downtown. On the southwest corner of Washington Ave. and N. Broadway.
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Bear vs. Bull.

Bull vs. Bear Death Match

Worth a drive-by, but this is just a solitary statue, with not much else of interest around it.

[Fred, 06/02/2014]

In his sculpture "Forces," artist Harry Weber depicts classic financial market forces of the Bear and the Bull, with no one winning (except, perhaps, whoever collects fees regardless of the outcome).

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