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William Wallace (Papo)

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William Wallace (Papo)
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William Wallace (Papo)
William Wallace (Papo)
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With his elbows raised high, this figure is giving the impression that he is about to charge into battle, with his famous cry of "Freedom!" on his lips.

Papo William Wallace #39944 measures: 3.4" T (to top of head) - 4"T to top of sword.

Papo William Wallace #39944 Review:

The Papo William Wallace figure is a great representation of the legendary Scottish warrior.

One of the standout features of this figure is the way it holds the broadsword. With both elbows raised and the sword up, Wallace looks ready to charge into battle, as if he's shouting his famous battle cry of "Freedom!" This pose adds a lot of dynamism and energy to the figure, making it a great addition to any collection.

The figure's clothing is also highly detailed, with a brown kilt and shoulder wrap adorned with a checkered / lined pattern. The long flowing hair adds to the rugged look of the figure, further emphasizing the historical context of the character.

William Wallace Information:

William Wallace is a well-known historical figure from the late 13th and early 14th century in Scotland. He was a leader of the Scottish resistance against English rule during the First War of Scottish Independence. Wallace is best known for his victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297 and for being the subject of the 1995 film Braveheart.

Wallace was born in Elderslie, Scotland, and was a member of the minor Scottish nobility. He became involved in the fight for Scottish independence following the death of King Alexander III of Scotland in 1286 and the subsequent Scottish throne crisis. He rose to prominence as a military leader in the resistance against the English occupation and was instrumental in several key battles.

Wallace's most famous victory came at the Battle of Stirling Bridge, where he and his forces defeated a much larger English army. However, his success was short-lived, and he was eventually captured by the English in 1305. He was executed in London in a brutal manner, which only served to further solidify his status as a Scottish national hero.

Part of the World of Knights Series by Papo.

Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.

Product Code: Papo 39944

by Papo

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Papo William Wallace #39944

Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

3+ Years

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Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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