54 mm, white metal
Polish Hussars were nicknamed The Angels of Death. The Polish hussars, or Winged hussars, were one of the main types of Polish cavalry in Poland between 16th and 18th centuries. The theory that hussars wore wings, because the wings made a loud, clattering noise which made it seem like cavalry was much larger than in reality and frightened the enemy’s horses.
St Petersburg Toy Soldiers hand Painted in St. Petersburg Russia.