"Such an unblemished specimen of the
noblest proportions of man."
Uncas, son of Chingachgook, the fictional character of James Fenimore Cooper's 'Last Of The Mohicans', who is first introduced by him in the following passage: " . . . there was no concealment to his dark, lancing, fearless eye, alike terrible and calm, the bold outline of his high, haughty features; or to the dignified elevation of his receding forehead, together with all the finest proportions of a noble head . . . (gazing) at his free air and proud carriage, as she would have looked upon some precious relic of the Grecian chisel to which life had been imparted by the intervention of a miracle - - . . . such an unblemished specimen of the noblest proportions of man."
Bronze edition: 7 Height: 36" with base