Gunner Phillip Morton Replica from Safari
Phillip Morton sailed under Blackbeard the pirate, as his gunner. It was his responsibility to take care of the cannon, the powder and other armament supplies. He perished with Blackbeard at his final battle with British forces at Ocracoke Inlet, North Carolina in 1718.
One look at his face and you can tell that Phillip Morton is fierce pirate. Shown here in a battle stance, he's about to draw his sword and he's got his pistol at the ready. Obviously a loyal crewman, any captain would be honored to have Morton serving under him. Make him a part of your crew and there isn't any battle you can't win!
A message from Safari:
Our action packed swashbucklers will delight the imagination of any young matey. Sculpted by a leading American character sculptor, our pirates are so life-like that they will transport you back to the days of pirate ships and sunken treasures. Let you imagination "sail" wild with this colorful collection of hearty souls. Detailed educational information in five languages are provided with each replica, located on their platform. All our products are phthalate-free and thoroughly safety tested to safeguard your child's health. Safari Ltd takes pride in providing breathtaking, innovative and value priced figures for now over 3 generations. Featured is our Pirate Phillip Morton - On platform Size: 2.75" L x 3.5" H (7 x 9 cm). Suggested age 3+