the WARRIOR
Made By
Bradley & Hubbard

WEIGHT = 10.205 lbs.
HEIGHT = 13 1/16 inches
WIDTH = 7 1/4 inches

VALUE = As Seen in Picture F, B & 1...$1,500 - $1,750
VALUE = As Seen in Picture C1, C2 & C3.....$ 900 - $1,300

MARKINGS:
7795
B&H

Note 1: -- COLORFUL vs, MUNDANE PAINT --
The difference in the above Prices is due to the "Color Scheme".
Bradley & Hubbard's colors are always so passive, -- MUNDANE.
An example is the Warrior in Black & White with a touch of Gold.
However, the version shown in Views: F,B & 1 is a unique example
Bradley & Hubbard colors are bright sassy-- Green, Brown & Red

The colorful paint scheme could be an earlier version before
Bradley & Hubbard replaced the 3 bright Colors (Green, Red & Brown)
with the Black, White & Gold -.a Mudane Scheme.

Note 2: -- FINE WORKMANSHIP--
Bradley & Hubbard is well-known for their Doorstops with "Outstanding Detail"

That is why Bradley & Hubbard is known as
"the Tiffany of the Doorstop Makers"

Note 3: -- PAINT AUTHENTICITY --
The green & red paint was carefully examined and it was deemed authentic
by John Sanderson, this website's author & John Smith, Author of a Doorstop Book
As a matter of fact, John Smith was the owner of this Green & Red Version
before its sale to John Sanderson.

Note 4 : -- The WARRIOR is a ONE-PIECE DOORSTOP --
Shown by there are no gaps between the interface of the Warrior's feet and
the base indicating permanent attachment between the warrior and the base.
Coupled with the fact - there is no presence of screws
It is cast as one Single-Piece.

Note 5 :--2 SIMILAR B&H DOORSTOPS --
2 Similar Doorstops -- 2 Different Methods of Construction
Girl Holding Dress & The Warrior
Both are of a person standing on a Base and Similar in Shape & Size
Except "Girl Holding Dress" is a 2 Piece Assembly: the Girl & the Base
Two flat-head Screws going through from the bottom
of the base holds the little girl in its position.
A slight gap between the two can be detected.

Note 6: -- RUBBER BUMPERS
Three Rubber Bumpers protect its backside. In case it tips over backwards.
(one @ the apex of the head & two on the back of its base)
B&H testing probably revealed that bumpers were required in those spots
to prevent damage.