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Wounded Orc Polystone Bust
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The Wounded Orc bust depicts a particularly enraged orc eager to rid himself of the arrow piercing his shoulder, straining to bite the shaft of the arrow and pull it free.
- The Lord of the Rings
- Product Type:
- Polystone Bust
- Product Size:
- 5.75" H (146.05mm)*
- Box Size:
- 7.00" H (177.8mm) x 5.00" W (127mm) x 5.00" L (127mm)*
- Est. Shipping Weight:
- 4.00 lbs (1.81 kg)*
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Artist: Greg Tozer
Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles
Series content, product specifications, release dates and pricing are subject to change.
Product BackstoryDeep in the ancient past, captured Elves were tortured and corrupted by evil into hideous, hunched forms. These foul, black-blooded creatures were driven to ruin and destroy all fair things. The Dark Lord, Sauron, bred great armies of Orc soldiers for his war against the good peoples of Middle-earth.
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One of my favourite Orcs from the bust line. Lovely details and a great expression. Even the factory painting is very good!
Posted on Sep 15, 2005 8:25am