The model of pistol on this plaque might have been common during the American Civil War, but the pistol on this Robert E. Lee Framed Pistol Wood Display Plaque is much more ornate, making it perfect for a commander or a general to carry. Indeed, this pistol looks just ornate enough to be a point of pride, while still having a fully functional look that would have served a general like Lee well, making all too possible that Lee might have carried something very similar when he commanded the Confederate army. The pistol is a classic 1860 Army Percussion Revolver, one that features a heavily blued, black-hued barrel, as well as a brass frame and a beautiful wood grip. The pistol is held aloft by a pair of spring-loaded bullet hangers, which are attached to an attractive and rich, lightly hued wood plaque. Set under the pistol and its hangers is a replica print of Lee on his horse, Traveller. Also adorning the plaque is a brass identification plate, which names the General and gives his date of birth and death, as well as a Confederate Flag pin, which General Lee supposedly favored as an accessory to wear on his lapels. The plaque measures approximately 18 inches long and 7 inches tall. Anyone who says that a pistol cannot be a decoration has obviously never laid eyes on this Robert E. Lee Framed Pistol Wood Plaque, because it is assuredly a great decoration, thanks to its historical flavor and its stunning yet simple appearance.
- A High-Quality Replica Percussion Revolver
- Pistol has a Wood Grip, Brass Frame, and Blued Barrel
- Pistol Can Be Removed from the Plaque
- Has Brass Finished Bullet Hangers
- Brass Name Plate Honors General Robert E. Lee
- Adorned with a Print of General Lee on his Horse, Traveller
- Frame Possesses a Beautiful Light Coloration
- Length: 18 Inches
- Width: 7 Inches
- Weight: 5 lbs.