A companion piece to TRW135... This sergeant has the colourful Regimental Standard of the 5th U.S. Cavalry... with ‘moveable’ head of course.
Another foot Dragoon… pistol in one hand trying hold on to his rearing mount.
Standing next to his wounded horse this Dragoon spins around to face the enemy.
This mounted warrior with the buffalo-horn head dress looks ready to lance one of the hated “blue-coats”.
Another mounted Sioux warrior firing his carbine at a dismounted cavalry trooper.
Proudly wearing a buffalo head dress (complete with horns) this running Sioux brave carries his war shield, club and….a U.S. Army revolver.
A mounted Cheyenne “Dog Soldier” brandishing a captured Cavalry pistol and carrying his war shield.
This well-known chief reins in his pony as he gets ready to fire.
One of the Sioux’s most noted war-chiefs “Rain-In-The-Face” was a Lakota and famous among the tribe for his fighting ability and leadership. Here he is riding into battle, with his...
A mounted Arapaho ally of the Sioux and Cheyenne at the battle he gallops forward eager to come to grips with the hated “Long Knives”.
Reynolds had been a trader...a buffalo hunter and many other things before he became one of Custer’s guides and scouts. The night before the battle he had a premonition of...
A kneeling warrior complete with buffalo head dress and a captured cavalry carbine.
A sitting wounded Indian with warshield and Winchester repeating rifle. From someone, somewhere he has acquired an old Confederate Army tunic.
One of the youngest participants in the battle… just 13… but with bow and arrow and ready to fight for his tribe and family.
One of the most controversial figures of the battle… He and his command were supposed to ride to Custer’s aid… He held back, preferring to support Major Marcus Reno’s beleaguered...
One of the hated “Longknives” lies sprawled at the feet of this Apache Warrior. His cartridge belt and revolver will find a new owner!
Reaching back to extract a fresh cartridge for his “Springfield” rifle.
A lying prone Apache “takes a bead” on one of the enemy.
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"Kneeling Firing", The Apaches
Taza (1843-1876) succeeded his father as warchief of the Chiricahuas when the latter died in 1874. A brave and resourceful warrior in his own right... He was also a skilled...
Another Apache Warrior shields his eyes while looking off into the distance... Perhaps he can see the approach of a Cavalry patrol...?
A pair of lying prone Apache warriors observing the approach of a U.S. Cavalry patrol... As one warrior uses a pair of captured (or stolen) binoculars the other signals the...
As K&C collectors already know... I love movies ... ‘war movies’ and ‘westerns’ in particular. This figure is based on a great little movie called “Chato’s Land”, starring the late...
This is the third installment of this first release of “Buffalo Soldiers”... A black Cavalry Corporal grabs a marauding Apache around the neck as he prepares to use his pistol...
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Another, fine addition to our ‘John Ford Cavalry’ series this one depicts a character from “She Wore A Yellow Ribbon”. As you can see this officer is wearing his cavalry...