Kit# 9812 - Wild Bill Hickok
Valiant Miniature Kit# 9812 - James Butler Hickock, better known as "Wild Bill", was probably the most famous gunfighter of them all. In the course of his short but flamboyant career he served as a scout for General Custer, as Marshal of Abilene, and generally gambled, prospected, and drifted his way across the American West. He was finally shot in the back while playing poker in 1876 in Deadwood, South Dakota, by an despicable drifter named Jack McCall; the cards he held showed two pair - Aces and Eights - known ever since as the "Dead Man's Hand".
This item is an unpainted and unassembled white metal (lead free) hobby kits in the 54mm International collectors scale. Standing Figures in this scale measure Approximately 2-1/2" to 3".
Kit is recommended for ages 8+
Artist Credits – Sculpted By Bob Bihari / Painted Master By Bob Bihari