I have been interested in General George Armstrong Custer for as long as I can remember. I'm sure it started when I saw "They Died With Their Boots On" starring, the far too handsome for his own good, Errol Flynn. Then a few years later when one of my uncles was home from the Viet Nam War in his Air Cav uniform, I was hooked. As I grew a little older I became forever fascinated by the 7th US Cavalry, General Custer, and the Indian Nations.

Almost all my old items and childhood items pertaining to this pivotal piece of United States history perished in my 1998 house fire. I get teased a lot at home, in a good natured way, by my wife and kids about my collection. Some of the items are generic as heck and zillions of them exist, while others are more rare. Some are barely even related to General George Armstrong Custer but I still hang on to them. As I age (early 50's) I've begun to give some of the items away to persons I know will take care of them once I'm gone. Please check back here often as I'll be adding several items to this section on a weekly basis.

May 15, 2009 I added an item to the print section.

May 10, 2009 I added to the models and figures section.

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