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Product ID CP-11
June Cowboy of the Month
Hollis Tagg

Hollis had always kept to himself, even as a young boy. He was quiet and introverted and never seemed to mind being alone. His mother was a shy well educated women who had the misfortune to loose her heart to a rugged, boisterous, cowpoke with a beautiful smile. Hollis took after his Mother in many ways, yet had his Fathers charm and smile. He found himself time and time again coming to the defense of young women in need, or any citizen for that matter. He hated the attention it awarded him, but hated even more seeing anyone being bullied or in harms way, especially a lady. Hollis became known as the “avenging angel” of the county, a title he wasn't thrilled with but one he lived up to time and time again.

Does not come painted
Price: $4.00
Product ID CP-12
July Cowboy of the Month
“Phineas Felps”

Phineas was an average man by all accounts, average in stature, average in intelligence, average in looks. But his appetite for gold was not average. Phineas had an insatiable hunger for the shiny yellow metal in any form from gold nuggets and gold dust to gold watches and jewelry. This hunger lead Phineas down the path of no return. He began small by rolling drunken miners for the few nuggets they had in their pockets, but as the fever for gold took hold he began his life of crime in earnest. He would rob stores, stagecoaches, ransack houses, all in the pursuit of the shiny metal that alone could squelch his lust. This path of crime led to his undoing, he ended up sweating out his days in prison, but that thirst for gold never died, just ask his fellow prisoners who found themselves relieved of their gold teeth while they slept.

Does not come painted
Price: $4.00


Product ID OGPS-01
August Pirate of the Month
Louis d' Espagne

This notorious Pirate Captain was most famous for his marksmanship with pistols. It was said he could fire both pistols simultaneously, hitting 2 separate targets at 30 yards. He was a large and courageous man. He deserted the French Navy and quickly gained power over a ship and crew of his own.

This is the first pirate release for the Old Glory Armies members.

Non-members can purchase this pirate

Pirate does not come painted.
Price: $4.00
Product ID OGPS-02
September Pirate of the Month
Captain "Big Nose" Peter Royan

Known for his rather large nose, he was a cruel and sadistic man. His favorite mode of execution was to slowly lower his bound enemies into a baited shark infested ocean - inches at a time!!!

This is the second pirate release for the Old Glory Armies members.

Non-members can purchase this pirate

Pirate does not come painted.
Price: $4.00


Product ID OGPS-03
October Pirate of the Month
Captain Joe L. Rummling

Captain Rummling was an unstable and boisterous man. Rummling was given to consuming immense quantities of the "demon rum" which caused his crew to be never quite sure what mood would be consuming their Captain. Some days found the Captain screaming obsenities as orders, and sending many a crewman under the whip for merely crossing his path on deck. Other days Captain Rummling could be found in fits of raucous laughter and over friendly conversations. Many a pirate jumped ship while at port to escape their irratic and drunken Captain.

This is the third pirate release for the Old Glory Armies members.

Non-members can purchase this pirate

Pirate does not come painted.
Price: $4.00
Product ID OGPS-04
November Pirate of the Month
"Captain Jonathon Hobbs"

Captain Hobbs was a crusty old soul with a sour disposition. Captain "Hobbel", as his crew called him behind his back, never accepted pity from anyone for his station in life and worked twice as hard as any "whole" man. This began the day his shipmates pulled him from the jaws of the great white shark that had his leg for dinner.

This is the fourth pirate release for the Old Glory Armies members.

Non-members can purchase this pirate

Pirate does not come painted.

Price: $4.00


Product ID OGPS-05
December Pirate of the Month
Captain Claude DeBois

Claude DeBois, the youngest son of a wealthy nobleman, grew up angry and restless. His life overshadowed by the knowledge that as the youngest he would not inherit the fortune or title of his father.

This is the fifth pirate release for the Old Glory Armies members.

Non-members can purchase this pirate

Pirate does not come painted.
Price: $4.00
Product ID OGPS-06
January Pirate of the Month
Captain Ross Donahue

This Protestant Irish Renegade Minister was chased out of town by his Irish congregation, and ended up on the high seas. He was known for his great handlebar mustache and his tendency to “continue to preach the gospel” to his crew between his forays of looting, murder, and mayhem.

This is the sixth pirate release for the Old Glory Armies members.

Non-members can purchase this pirate

Pirate does not come painted

Price: $4.00


Product ID OGPS-07
February Pirate of the Month
Pirates of the Port

There is more than one way to be a pirate. “Panama” Pam and her entourage were amongst the most successful of “pirates”. Clutching her little poodle FeeFee under her arm, Panama Pam and her girls were dropped off in a quiet cove away from prying eyes. The girls would find their way into town and using their feminine wiles set about the business of seducing the Captain and crew of the largest and most laden merchant ship anchored in the bay.

This is the seventh pirate release for the Old Glory Armies members.

Non-members can purchase this pirate

Pirates do not come painted

Price: $10.00
Product ID OGPS-08
March Pirate of the Month
P.J. Kipling

Kipling was an English sea dog who found himself thrown into an Indian prison after one particularly riotous night. Resigned to his fate, Kipling gave up all hope of ever seeing freedom again, until the day a small, bight eyed monkey mysteriously appeared through the bars of his tiny window carrying the keys to his cell.

This is the eighth pirate release for the Old Glory Armies members.

Non-members can purchase this pirate

Pirate does not come painted
Price: $4.00

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