|Art In Miniature
featuring the artwork of
Mr. Don Troiani
When longtime friend, Richard Conte started this
toy soldier company, it proved a perfect opportunity
for both to work together as Conte Collectibles
could recreate Mr. Troiani's works as exquisite
miniature figurines. The series will focus on the
Civil War but will also include other periods from Mr.
Troiani's wide range of expertise such as the
French and Indian War, The American Revolution
and The War of 1812.
The pivotal events of the great battle are now available as archive quality, connoisseur
hand-painted, metal figure sets inspired by the striking artwork of Don Troiani. Each set
is strictly limited to a signed and numbered edition size of only 2,500.
This set features the famous action by the 20th Maine and their commander, Colonel Joshua
Chamberlain, on July 2, 1863, that saved the entire Union position at Gettysburg.
Posted at the extreme left flank of the Union lines, on a hill now forever known as Little Round Top,
the men of the 20th Maine were ordered to hold the position at all costs. Out of ammunition, Colonel
Chamberlain ordered his men to "fix bayonets and charge!" It worked, and the assaulting
Confederate forces were driven back.
This set includes the six most prominent figures: Colonel Chamberlain, a flag bearer, two (2) Union
privates, a Union Lieutenant, and a Confederate Officer; and a terrain base.
|LIONS OF THE ROUND TOP ADD-ON SET
Immortalized as "Pickett's Charge" on July 3, 1863, the last day of The Battle of
Gettysburg, this set includes General Lewis Armistead, his hat on his saber,
leading the remnants of almost 15,000 that started the charge that day. to the high
water mark of the Confederacy. Only a handful of men and battle flags made it to
the Union lines on Cemetery Ridge that fateful day.
This set features the six most prominent figures with General Armistead; three (3)
flag bearers, and two (2) enlisted men.
|FIRST AT MANASSAS PARTS ONE AND TWO
Please note: Our line of Don Troiani based sets have been retired. The information and
photos appearing below are for reference only. These sets are no longer available for