“A star or a coffin” (Set I)

5.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)


This new series will comprise 5 sets dedicated to the battle of Little Bighorn.

In total there will be 15 figures plus 4 horses, depicting the fate of the 7th cavalry on the fields of Montana.

Our first set’s guest star is lieutenant William W. Cooke.

His body was found close to his commander. He was the author of the famous “last message” to Frederick Benteen, carried by Sergeant John Martin, that read:

 “Benteen. Come On. Big village. Be quick. Bring packs. WW Cooke. P.S. Bring Packs.”

Sculptor: Angel Terol

Scale: 28mm

Material: Metal

x3 figures, x1 hourse.

Multy part kit requires assembly.

Figures sold unpainted.


Additional information

Weight 0.150 kg

1 review for “A star or a coffin” (Set I)

  1. 5 out of 5

    dewitt (verified owner)

    This set is really very good and accurate. The sculpting, casting (virtually no flashes) and poses are outstanding and this Custer’s Last Stand diorama is promising to be the best on the market once all sets released. Oniria desserves our admiration for all it’s historical researches and quality of sculpting on many subject of interest. Congratulations !

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