NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST ON PRINCE HAL BY ROD MENCH

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 05,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction
ITEM TITLE: NATHAN BEDORD FORREST WITH PRINCE HAL CASTING MATERIAL: Bonded Marble, which is an industrial resin and crushed marble blend. The resulting crush coefficient of the cast sculpture is 15,000 lbs / sq. inch; plaster is only is 2,200 / sq. in. (Meaning, this is one durable statue!) Height , Width, Length: 17" x 6" x 10" inches. WEIGHT: Weighs in at a hefty 13 lbs. It's heirloom quality. Some archaeologist is going to did this baby up!

5. CONDITION: New in box.

PACKING: Individually boxed, and packed in die cut foam. DESCRIPTION: General Nathan Bedford Forrest on his favourite mount, Prince Hal. Hal was but one of 33 unlucky horses who were shot out from underneath General Forrest throughout the war. But the General, in a display of true Southern tenacity, declared, "For every one of my horses, I'll kill a damned Yankee!" The General lived up to his word.

8. UNIQUE FEATURES: Individually cast canteen, scabbard, spring steel saber, bonded leather reins, real picket rope, and l imited to 1,865

9. ARTIST SIGNATURE: AVAILABLE AT NO CHARGE.

10. PAYMENT: PAYPAL, CASHIERS CHECK, PERSONAL CHECK (Allow 7 days for clearing of personal check before product shipment).

11. WARRANTY: UNCONDITIONAL FOR ONE YEAR. Statues beyond resonable repair (as determined by the Studio) are not subject to free replacement. Customer is responsible for all shipping charges. Repair services available after one year on a case by case basis. Minor repairs are usually done for free, cuz we’ve got all the neat tools!

12. SHIPMENT METHODS: FED-EX, USPS. OUTSIDE THE CONTINENTIAL UNITED STATES e-mail FOR A QUOTE ON FREIGHT CHARGES.

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15. NOTES ON THIS ITEM ONLY: The saber of this piece is made from spring steel. This was used on this design so that it would not be subject to future damage. Therefore, it is NOT to be displayed where small childern can reach it.

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