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Naked Army "Roy" + "Bardia" Bronze Figurines

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"Roy" Cold-Cast Bronze Figurine



By 1918 The A.I.F. was recognized as a well organized, well led, formidable fighting force.


Typical of an Australian platoon machine-gunner on the Western Front, Roy carries his Lewis .303 calibre machine-gun, Webley & Scott .45 caliber revolver and wears pattern 08 'pistol rig' equipment in 'battle order'.
He also wears a Brody steel helmet and carries his 'small box respirator' gas mask slung around his neck in the 'ready' position.


  • Cold Cast Bronze Figurine

  • Actual Size: 310mm tall





"Ron Bren Gunner" Bronze Figurine


Part of Naked Army's Rare Series, the figurine depicts a Bren gunner typical of those who fought in campaigns in the Pacific theater, mid to late WW2.


He wears jungle greens and cleated AB boots, US pattern gators, and pattern '37 web equipment.


Gaunt, grimy, and sporting a few days' beard stubble, he retains a cheerful disposition despite the fatigue imposed by the harsh terrain and the grueling jungle conditions.



  • Cold Cast Bronze Figurine

  • Actual Size: 310mm tall

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"Roy" Cold-Cast Bronze Figurine

By 1918 The A.I.F. was recognized as a well organized, well led, formidable fighting force.

Typical of an Australian platoon machine-gunner on the Western Front, Roy carries his Lewis .303 calibre machine-gun, Webley & Scott .45 calibre revolver and wears pattern 08 'pistol rig' equipment in 'battle order'. He also wears a Brody steel helmet and carries his 'small box respirator' gas mask slung around his neck in the 'ready' position.

  • Cold Cast Bronze Figurine
  • Actual Size: 310mm tall

Naked Army "Bardia" - Infantry Sgt 2nd AIF LIBYA 1941

Naked Army’s early WW2 portrayal shows an infantryman during the dawn attack on established Italian perimeter defences at Bardia, Libya, 3 January 1941. 
Rugged up against the bitter cold in a greatcoat, leather jerkin and home-made balaclava, he carries the venerable Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle & 18-inch bayonet and is portrayed during the opening stages of Australia’s first full engagement against enemy troops in the Second World War.

Features

  • 1:6 SCALE / APPROX 315mm HEIGHT

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