Naked Army 'Bull' Cold Case Bronze Figurine
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Mount Tambu, New Guinea September 30th, 1943. Leslie "Bull" Allen MM, age 26, of Ballarat, Victoria, carrying a wounded American soldier to safety. Allen carried out twelve American casualties while under fire on Mount Tambu and for this gallantry he received the United States Silver Star. Our bronze figurine is the result of extensive research and careful sculpting and review. At 4KG it has the weight, presence and feel of a true museum quality sculpt.
- 1:6 scale, cold-cast bronze figurine
- Equipment accurate to New Guinea 1943
- Naked Army figurines are limited edition
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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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