Naked Army "Bardia" - Infantryman 2nd AIF LIBYA 1941 with Photo Frame
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NAKED ARMY HERITAGE SERIES PHOTOFRAMES
Naked Army’s early WW2 AIF portrayal shows an advancing Australian infantryman, circa 1941.
Rugged up against the bitter desert pre-dawn cold in greatcoat, leather jerkin and home-made balaclava, he carries the Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle, and is portrayed during the opening stages of Australia’s first full engagement against enemy troops in the Second World War, at Bardia, Libya.
These hand-made sets feature a hand-crafted 7”/180mm NAKED ARMY cold cast bronze figurine with a black 15x10cm photoframe, on a contemporary design cherry wood base.
These are ideal to display photographs of your loved ones, or that postcard of serving family. The photoframe frame can be positioned either upright or horizontally to cater for different format photographs, and the figurine can be positioned to the left or right of the photoframe. The base is protected underneath by a felt pad. Simple self-assembly required.
Like all our NAKED ARMY products, this figurine has been carefully researched and created using traditional sculpting techniques.
- Photo frame can be positioned horizontally or vertically
- Cold Cast Bronze Figurine of Bardia w/Bren Gun
- Actual Size: 7"/180mm tall
Naked Army 1:6 scale (12 inch) Military cold cast bronze figurines and resin model kits are as individual as the Australian soldiers they portray. They convey a wide range of military theatres including the First and Second World Wars, Vietnam, Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan. They are limited edition and finely sculpted collectables finished one at a time so you are assured of receiving a unique replica of the soldier of your choice.
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