Apache Indians

Apache Indians

Watching & Signaling

Watching & Signaling
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 rest of the war party using a simple disc of polished metal.
79,99 EUR

Chato

Chato
This figure is based on a great little movie called “Chato’s Land”, starring the late Charles Bronson. Bronson plays a half-breed Apache and many of the posters for the movie featured this pose... which is a great one for an Apache warrior
42,66 EUR

Crouching Apache Warrior

Crouching Apache Warrior
Carrying a captured Winchester repeating rifle and wearing a U.S. Cavalry corporal’s jacket this warrior is about to spring an ambush. He could, of course, also be an Apache Scout for the Cavalry ... You make the decision.
39,99 EUR

Taza, Son of Cochise

Taza, Son of Cochise
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 ‘guerrilla leader’ and took part in many successful raids during the Apache Wars. The K&C standing figure has him holding a cavalry carbine above his head and a cavalry pistol in his right hand.
51,99 EUR

Cochise

Cochise
Cochise was a leader of Chiricahua Apaches. Born in 1804 he was a key war chief during the Apache Wars which began in 1861. Along with his father-in-law, ‘Mangas Coloradas’, he waged a long and often brutal guerrilla campaign against much larger U.S. Army forces all over the Southwest United States. Several movies have been made of his exploits including “Broken Arrow” and “The Battle at Apache Pass”. Our mounted K&C figure has Cochise on one of his war ponies taking careful aim with his Winchester repeating rifle.
106,66 EUR

Geronimo

Geronimo
A mounted figure of probably the greatest Apache Warchief “Geronimo was a “Mescalero/Chiricahua” born in 1829. He was a superb leader in raiding and revenge attacks on both Mexican and American interlopers… In truth, he harboured more hatred for Mexicans who had killed many of his extended family during this time. Our new figure shows him carrying a “Winchester” carbine and a holstered pistol. - See more at: http://www.kingandcountry.com/geronimo-apaches-p-10159.html#sthash.4SzgVZdW.dpuf
119,99 EUR
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