Italeri 1/72 Civil War Union Cavalry 6013S
Italeri 1/72 Civil War Union Cavalry 6013S

The battle of Appomattox Courthouse, during the American Civil War, was the final effort of General Robert E. Lee's Confederate army of North Virginia before his surrender to General Ulysses S. Grant, commander-in-chief of the Union army. General Sheridan's Union cavalry played a decisive role. The soldiers in this kit are represented with the typical cavalry short jacket without epaulettes, the Mc Clellan or chasseur hat, and the typical Sharps & Smith carbines.

Plastic model kit, assembly required. Glue, paint and finishing supplies not included.
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Italeri 1/72 Civil War Union Cavalry 6013S

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The battle of Appomattox Courthouse, during the American Civil War, was the final effort of General Robert E. Lee's Confederate army of North Virginia before his surrender to General Ulysses S. Grant, commander-in-chief of the Union army. General Sheridan's Union cavalry played a decisive role. The soldiers in this kit are represented with the typical cavalry short jacket without epaulettes, the Mc Clellan or chasseur hat, and the typical Sharps & Smith carbines.

Plastic model kit, assembly required. Glue, paint and finishing supplies not included.
We are not responsible for any taxes, duty, VAT, customs or other fees on the receiver’s end.
Check out our other items, and save on shipping! Shipping discounts automatically calculated at checkout.

Please complete all your shopping before checking out, we cannot combine shipping on separate orders.

Sorry, no shipping refunds can be given for combining separate orders.

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