This soldier form is very hard to find in a cast shooting target. The pair is mounted on a folk art stand and have red paint on the front. It appears they were originally white but must have been repainted at some time. There are bullet dings in the front of the targets from being hit in the shooting gallery. These were probably made by the H. C. Evans Company of Chicago in the early to mid 1900's and are cast in aluminum.
The pair on the stand are 7 1/2" wide x 4 5/8" tall. Very good condition no chips or cracks.
Like us on face book. Finish Line Collectibles.