Many weapons that saw use during the American Civil War, and the one displayed on this Civil War Union Pistol Wood Display Plaque was a fairly wide-spread design that saw use by Union troops in virtually every major campaign of the war. It many ways, this plaque might be considered a homage to such a wide-spread and useful pistol or it could be considered a tribute to the whole war, and all those who fought for and died to maintain their beliefs and their way of life. The pistol is simple and straightforward, being a 1860 Army Percussion Revolver that features wood grips and a plain grey-steel finish, which only makes it look all the more like a typical Civil War soldiers pistol. The pistol is displayed on an attractive wooden plaque that features a beautiful and natural looking coloration, while being held in place by a pair of decorative bullet-shaped hangers. Displayed along with the pistol is a blank and white print that shows the Union troops at the Battle of First Manassas, also known as the First Battle of Bull Run. Also depicted on the wooden plaque is a classic Union States cap badge, as well as a brass identification tag which labels and names the pistol. The plaque measures approximately 18 inches long and 7 inches tall. The Civil War Union Pistol Wood Display Plaque is a great collectible that features a touch of history and an amazing pistol replica, which, all in all, makes it a great gift for arms enthusiasts and history lovers of all ages.
- A High-Quality Replica Percussion Revolver
- Has a Wood Grip and a Grey-Finished Frame
- Pistol is Removable from Plaque Frame
- Has Brass Finished Bullet Hangers
- Brass Name Plate Identifies Pistol
- Adorned with a Print of the First Battle of Bull Run
- Frame Possesses a Beautiful Light Coloration
- Length: 18 Inches
- Width: 7 Inches
- Weight: 5 lbs.