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New figure Victor Emmanuel III of Italy (1869 - 1946)

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Miguel Jimenez-Bravo, Nov 13, 2022.

  1. Miguel Jimenez-Bravo Well-Known Member

    Hello fellow Planeteers,
    Here is our new figure:

    VICTOR EMMANUEL III OF ITALY (1869-1946)
    Our new figure form our KINGS AND EMPERORS series.

    Sculpted by Antonio Zapatero.
    Boxart by Mario Ocaña and Miguel Jiménez-Bravo
    Material: White metal
    Size 54mm

    El Taller - Hobby art
    http://www.eltaller-hobbyart.com

    Víctor-Manuel-III-de-Italia-1869-–-1946-Frente-1.jpg

    Víctor-Manuel-III-de-Italia-1869-–-1946-Posterior.jpg
  2. Oda A Fixture

    A lovely new release.Love the horse and the king's stately bearing.

    Oda.
  3. Nap A Fixture

    Country:
    England

    Absolutely ...another beauty

    Love seeing the artwork on these releases as well

    Thanks for sharing

    Happy releasing

    Nap
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  4. Renato PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    Italy
    I imagine people may think the horse is too big compared to the rider, but actually it was the king being a tiny person!!! ;)

    He was only 1.53mt tall and it's incredible how regal he could look even if anyone he has been photographed with was taller...............
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  5. Oda A Fixture

    Totally agree!

    Oda.

    PS: El Taller's horses are an absolute joy to paint.
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  6. Miguel Jimenez-Bravo Well-Known Member

    Hi Oda,
    Thank you very much for your always generous comments.
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  7. Miguel Jimenez-Bravo Well-Known Member

    Hi Nap,
    Thank you. With each new release I always look forward to your comments, always accurate and generous. I hope to keep surprising you every month.
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  8. Bundook Active Member

    Country:
    Scotland
    That's 5 feet and a quarter inch, for those who don't speak metric. ;)
  9. Miguel Jimenez-Bravo Well-Known Member

    Thank you very much Bundook, excellent clarification.
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  10. Miguel Jimenez-Bravo Well-Known Member

    Renato said:
    I imagine people may think the horse is too big compared to the rider, but actually it was the king being a tiny person!!! ;)
    He was only 1.53mt tall and it's incredible how regal he could look even if anyone he has been photographed with was taller...............




    Thanks a lot Renato. Indeed, because of his short stature, military legislation had to be changed in order for him to be admitted to military academies.
  11. Miguel Jimenez-Bravo Well-Known Member

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  12. Paul Walker Member

    Every time I receive a figure from the Kings and Emperors series, it surprises me how well it looks like the king respresented, even at the 54mm scale. Well done El taller!
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