My anti-tank hedgehog

Since the beginning of russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, one of the symbols of the Ukrainian resistance in the war has been the simplest anti-tank barrier, which is a three-dimensional six-pointed cross. The hedgehog is made of three pieces of rolled steel, so that the ends of the beams form an octahedron.

Even anti-tank hedgehogs from 1941 were taken from the collection of the National Museum of History of Ukraine during World War II to defend the capital Kyiv. After 81 years they are back on track.

In addition to the fact that the war is a complete horror, it is also very expensive.
Proceeds from the sale directing to the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Circulation: the final number of copies will be equal to the number of days until the anti-tank hedgehogs return to the museum (still unknown).
Material: smoky quartz
Size: 20-40 mm