Armed with a flamethrower and destined for destruction, Frederich has fire in his heart and flames at his fingertips. Just one squeeze on the trigger and he'll propel a high power jet stream of burning fuel at anything in his path. Stay alert Silver Soldiers!
Frederich Flammenwerfer followed in his family's footsteps by fighting in WWII with this flammenwerfer (German for 'flamethrower'). A later variation of his grandfather's own original invention in 1901, the Flammenwerfer 35 served as a crucial advantage for the Axis forces as it was used to clear Allied pillboxes, fortifications and trenches in both Fronts.
Along with the advantage of hurling flammable liquid nitrogen to incinerate or asphyxiate any inhabitant up to 25 meters, flamethrower operators also had the distinct disadvantage of being a top target of the enemy. Not only were they easily identifiable by snipers, but they also were subject to sudden execution if captured because of the sheer psychological terror they inflicted on their victims.
In this beautifully crafted silver statue, Frederich is depicted donning his gear in preparation for battle, having just finished a chapter in Goethe's "Faust".
- Weapon of choice: Flammenwerfer 35
- Damage: Incinerating
- Range: 25 meters
- Mood: Fiery
- Dimension: H 2.4"x W 2.1" x L 2.1"
- Contains 6+ troy ounces of silver
- Limited to 1,000 casts
- Features a laser-engraved serial number, weight & purity
- Includes a Certificate of Authenticity