|Erwin Rommel with Luger 1/30 Figure |
Erwin Rommel, or the "Desert Fox" (as he was called during World War II), first distinguished himself in WWI when he was awarded the Pour le Merite for his exploits on the Italian front.
This limited edition, 1/30 scale, metal Thomas Gunn figure of Rommel kneeling and aiming his Luger pistol is historically accurate right down to its realistic Stahlhelm helmet, privately purchased sheepskin coat, dirt spattered jump boots, and equipment. Painted by hand, it measures approximately 2" tall and arrives ready to display in your World War I diorama.
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