An unusual French George Munkle mounted North American Indian in grey shirt with blue and black trousers and long feather headdress on a galloping brown horse. There is a green cloth on the horse's back and the figure has his left hand on the reins and his right hand raised.
These figures are in 70mm scale and are so unusual because they used the device of an extra piece moulded as part of the horse's leg (this case in green to resemble grass) so that the horse's leg can be elevated and imply greater movement. Clearly marked underneath
in very good original condition with only very minor paint loss. The right arm is very stiff