Buccaneer by Les Etains du Graal
Seasoned criminals, raiders and robbers - the buccaneers were mainly british, dutch or french exiles to the West Indies in the 17th Century. Made by: Les Etains du Graal.
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Historic figurines by Les Etains du Graal - The buccaneer
The original term buccaneer denoted a privateer but from the 18th century onwards, the sense of the word changed to denote bandit, crook and all manner of pleasant little chaps.
Buccaneers were mainly british, dutch or french exiles to the West Indies and most often to Turtle Island! (Norh Amercia).
Made in France
Each piece is hand finished.
Scale : 1/18
Height : 145 mm
Made of: peuter alloy (for a better finish and robustness)
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