Russian Boy with Religious Gonfalon--Borodino 1812--single figure (gonfalon comes as separate piece)--RETIRED--LAST ONE!!
Item Number: NAP0444
Russian Boy with Religious Gonfalon--Borodino 1812
On the evening of September 6th, 1812, the Russian Black Virgin of Smolensk religious icon was paraded before the Imperial Russian Army to steel their resolve for the horrors that would follow at the Battle of Borodino the next morning. Continuing our release of themed “vignettes” for our Napoleon’s Europe product range, First Legion has captured this moment with a striking group of seven new stunning figures including a priest, a boy assisting the priest with the stunning flag, a dismounted Hussar, 2 soldiers kneeling praying, and a soldier and militia figure toting the Virgin of Smolensk Icon. To expand the display, add NAP0099 Russian Staff Set and a wonderful composition of Napoleonic Russian figures emerges depicting this event with the striking quality that only First Legion provides.
Note: The gonfalon comes as separate piece.