Lt. Col. William B. Travis, Alamo 1835

Lt. Col. William B. Travis, Alamo 1835


SKU: FRV-073

Lt. Col. William B. Travis, Alamo 1835 54mm metal kit figure – cod.FRV-073

- +
COD: FRV-073 Categorie: , Tag: , , , ,

William Barret “Buck” Travis (August 1, 1809 – March 6, 1836) was a 19th-century American lawyer and soldier. He is known for helping set the Texas Revolution in motion during the Anahuac disturbances and commanding the Misión San Antonio de Valero (nka “The Alamo”) as a lieutenant colonel in the Texian Army.

During the Alamo siege, Travis wrote a letter pleading for reinforcements that became known as the “Victory or Death” letter. It is considered one of the most notable documents in American history. When Travis and the defenders were defeated, killed, and burned by Santa Anna’s army, it made him a martyr, and battle cry, for the cause of Texas independence. It is considered one of the most notable last stands in history. “Remember the Alamo” battle cry became the official motto of Texas from 1836-1930 and remains on the state seal. The Alamo is the number one tourist destination in Texas, a National Landmark, and UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Fort Travis, Travis Park, Travis County, Lake Travis, Travis High School, Travis Early College High School, Travis Science Academy, William B. Travis Building (Austin), and 12 elementary schools are named in his honor.

Peso 0,550 kg
Dimensioni 12 × 7 × 4 cm
Handle height (ground to handle)





12″ air / wide track slick tread

Seat back height


Head room (inside canopy)


Weight Capacity

60 LBS

Weight (w/o wheels)

20 LBS

Folded (w/o wheels)

32.5″L x 18.5″W x 16.5″H

Folded (w/ wheels)

32.5″L x 24″W x 18.5″H

Door Pass Through




Stand Up

35″L x 24″W x 37-45″H(front to back wheel)


Ancora non ci sono recensioni.

Recensisci per primo “Lt. Col. William B. Travis, Alamo 1835”

Il tuo indirizzo email non sarà pubblicato. I campi obbligatori sono contrassegnati *

Start typing and press Enter to search

Shopping Cart