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Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain Sixth Scale Figure
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Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain
Sixth Scale Figure
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The Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain Sixth Scale Figure features:
- Superior Officers Frock Coat
- Navy Blue Officers Trousers
- Riding Boots
- Field Officers Haversack
- Binoculars And Case
- Federal Officers Saber Belt
- 1850 Field And Staff Officers Sword and Scabbard
- Brotherhood of Arms
- Product Type:
- Sixth Scale Figure
- Product Size:
- 12" H (304.8mm)*
- Est. Shipping Weight:
- 3.00 lbs (1.36 kg)*
- Dimensional Weight (DIM):
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Artist: Mat Falls
Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles
Series content, product specifications, release dates and pricing are subject to change.
Product BackstoryJoshua Chamberlain is most well known as the 'Lion of little Round Top.' On the hot day of July 2nd 1863, during some of the fiercest action seen on the Gettysburg battlefield, Col. Chamberlain ordered his men of the 20th Maine Infantry regiment to 'fix bayonets' and made one of the most audacious and successful bayonet charges in Civil War record. That would be enough for some men, but Chamberlain's deeds were far from finished. He suffered numerous wounds in the years to come, with the worst suffered in the fighting around Petersburg. Shot through the hips, a wound that would have finished most men, he returned to duty carrying the pain of that day for the rest of his life. He fought to the last day of the war at Appomattox Courthouse. There he made one of the most significant gestures of the war. As Confederate General Gordon brought his vanquished command past Chamberlains troops lining the road to surrender, General Chamberlain brought his entire command to attention. A moment of respect and sorrow extended to soldiers that were enemies no longer, but once again Americans. After the war, the 'school teacher' from Maine returned home where his dynamic presence continued to be felt in the areas of education and politics.
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Joshua Clamnberlain is Great!
This the 1st Civil War Sideshow figure I ever got and I must say its still my favorite. The face, the uniform, and the sword which I think is one of the best sideshow swords ever! It looks cool and fits into his hand perfectly. This a must have for any Sideshow fan! Really good job Sideshow!
Posted on Jan 04, 2007 3:19am