Celebrate the United States of America with this trio of revolutionary drummers and piper. Artist Archibald Willard painted this trio and made them famous. Consisting of two drummers and one piper (who should stand to the right of center), this trio represent a point in history where the United States of America had won their battle for independence. Each of these figures is in excellent condition with no chips, breaks or repairs. Each drummer still has intact drumsticks and the piper’s flute is intact as well. The piper flies the early flag of the country with only 13 stars for the 13 states or territories. Each figure is stamped 2041 on the bottom and has the red and gold paper label with Lefton ® Trade Mark Exclusives Japan indicating a production time frame between 1967 to 1992.
This trio is in excellent condition with no chips, breaks, or crazing.
Boy Drummer: 6 inches tall, 3 inches deep, 2 ¼ inches wide Man Drummer: 7 ¼ inches tall, 3 ¼ inches deep, 3 ½ inches wide Piper: 7 ¾ inches tall, 3 ¼ inches deep, 2 ½ inches wide