We the People… Continental Standard Bearer, 2nd Rhode Island, 1781

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Sculpture: Ramón Martínez
Painting: Fernando Ruiz
Material: Resin
Number of parts of the kit: 16 (includes alternative head)
Scale: 1/12

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SKU: MHB00026 Categories: , ,


– This sculpture by Ramón Martinez is the visual quintessence of the American Revolution.
– The heroic attitude and fantastic detail of this piece make it a perfect addition to any miniature collection centered in the period.
– Our signature resin quality allows you to get the figure clean and ready in almost no time, so you may invest your precious free time in what really matters: painting and having fun.

The Continental Army was created after the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War by a resolution of the Continental Congress on June 14th, 1775 that answered the desperate need of raising a full military force to fight against the British Army.

In the beginning, the Thirteen Colonies didn’t have an army and had to rely on Militias. Also, the first continental army suffered hard from the lack of supplies and trained officers. In spite of this, they grew in confidence and efficiency as the conflict developed and became quite an effective army in the best tradition of European standards.

Our bust depicts a standard-bearer for the 2nd Rhode Island Regiment, but it can be painted in a big array of combinations depending on the regiment of choice. Also included is an alternative head with a miter cap.

Note: This is a resin miniature kit that requires assembly and painting.