Kirk pewter confederate figurine & topps libby prison authentic relic card
Confederate Army Figurine by Ron Spicerfrom Congressional Medal of Honor Series #5Kirk Pewter& American Heroism Authentic Material CardPrison Wood Relic from Libby PrisonTopps You are bidding on 2 pieces of Civil War-related material. A description of each follows: 1. Confederate Army 1864 Figurine - This figurine was sculpted by Ron Spicer for Kirk Pewter. The piece is titled, "Confederate Army 1864 and is part of their Congressional Medal of Honor Society Series #5. This information is stamped on the bottom of the piece as you can see in the last photo. The highly detailed figurine is of a Confederate Civil War soldier holding a rifle. All of his gear, canteen, bedroll and pouch are slung across his shoulder. The figurine stands 4" tall x 2½" across the base and is in lovely condition. The rifle is 3¼" long. The figurine originally came with a removable wooden base which is not included. There is no box. 2. Topps Authentic Prison Wood Relic Card - The card by Topps is an Authentic Relic Card from their American Heritage Collection and contains an authentic piece of wood from Libby Prison, a Confederate prison at Richmond, Virginia where officer prisoners were kept. During the second week of Feb. 1864, 109 Union officers took part in a successful escape from Libby Prison, becoming one of the most successful prison breaks during the Civil War.The 3½" x 2½" Topps card is in great condition with nice sharp corners and comes in a hard plastic, screw-down holder for protection. This Kirk Pewter Confederate Army figurine sculpted by Ron Spicer and the Topps Authentic Wood Relic from Libby Prison card will be great additions to any collection of Civil War-related items. International Buyers – Please Note: · Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. · Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. · These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up – do not confuse them for additional shipping charges. · We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ Please take a moment to check out my other nice items and Thank You for looking!
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