Here is an unusual Frank Marshall figure
which dates from around 1935. This figure is a large figure
standing 42" tall and I do believe this head came from the
duplicarver head used b y Marshall to create his copies of the
Great Lester's Frank Byron Jr.. These heads were the largest
size that Marshall made as far as I know.
This figure is still wearing his original military clothing and
you will notice the black legs. These are original and Marshall
did this on figures he dressed in outfits that have shorts.
He has the head stick that goes all the way to the bottom board
of the body and gives it the 360 degree rotation. He also has
slot jaw, upper lip, side moving and self centering eyes, one
eye rolling winker, raising eyebrows and a spitter. When I
received the figure his paint was all chipped and falling off
and he was bald. I had his paint done by Lee Dunn and I did his
wig. I think he looks rather nice.