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He is an iconic American outlaw and symbol of the American old West.
Known by many names, Henry Antrim, and William H. Bonney; after his
death in 1881, Billy the Kid became a household name. He was a 19th
century American frontier outlaw and gunman who participated in the
Lincoln County War. Legend claims he killed 21 men but that number may
have been inflated to fit his post-mortem persona. He was killed by a
Sheriff when he was just 21 but history made Billy immortal in
American history. He stands in his slacks, shirt tucked in with a
short coat and slacks tucked into his knee-high boots. He holds his
trusty gun in front of him, butt on the ground. His face is alive and
alert, as if expecting trouble, which he always found. 100% bronze and
handmade,this brown patina sculpture was cast using the "Lost Wax
Method" and mounted on a marble base and is signed J.E Fraser.