The Union Army 100th Pennsylvania Infantry soldier. This highly detailed 12 inch action figure includes uniform and accessories. From "Brotherhood of Arms," the innovative military 12inch action figure series featuring soldiers from the American Civil War. (Subject to change.)
Being part of the Ninth Corps, the 100th Pennsylvania saw a variety of service, campaigning by land and sea. They were recruited from the area of Pennsylvania that was settled by English 'Roundhead' immigrants. On many a blood-swept battlefield, they had proven that they were worthy of the name passed down to them from their forefathers and had fought with Cromwell during the English Civil War in 1630.
Features a historically accurate uniform including a Forage Cap and Infantry Horn emblem. This figure also comes issued with 1861 Springfield rifle, socket bayonet and scabbard, leather belt with US plate, cap pouch, US cartridge box and sling, haversack, tin cup, canteen, brogans, federal sack coat, overcoat, undershirt, trousers, double bag knapsack, gum blanket roll and issue socks.