Apache Indians

Apache Indians

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.
Produktnummer TRW108 - King and Country
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
Produktnummer TRW090 - King and Country
119,99 EUR

"He´s Dead"

"He´s Dead"
Produktnummer TRW103 - King and Country
93,33 EUR

"He´s Dead"

"He´s Dead"
Produktnummer TRW091 - King and Country
93,33 EUR