|24th Michigan Iron Brig. Private Standing/Firing 1/32 Figure |
This 1/32 scale, metal figure of a Union soldier of the 24th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment - which was assigned to the famous Iron Brigade in the Army of the Potomac - firing his Springfield rifle during the American Civil War is historically accurate right down to his black Hardee hat, blanket roll, frock coat, sky blue trousers, and black brogans. Hand painted, it measures approximately 2¼" tall and arrives ready to display.
|Jane's Fighting Ships 2011-2012 |
Saunders, ed. This authoritative reference is the globally renowned guide to the changing capabilities of the world's modern navies along with their ships, aircraft, and weapons systems, both in service and under construction.
Coverage includes submarines, surface ships, naval aircraft, ensigns and flags, ranks and insignias, naval bases and coastal defenses, performance data, and much more! 1,020 pages, 5,000+ color and B&W photographs and illustrations, 8½"x 12¾", hardcover.
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