Dragon's Bavaria Patton came with two rings - USMA (West Point) Graduation ring and his wedding ring
Dragon's head sculpt of General George Patton is much better than Hasbro's
Dragon's 1/6 scale 12-inch General Patton wears M44 Jacket (also known as "Ike Jacket") over his Officer's Khaki Cotton Shirt and Necktie with US Third Army Shoulder Sleeve insignia, "US" collar patch, Ribbon Bar, Collar Stars and Shoulder Stars
General Patton deliberately cultivated a flashy, distinctive image in the belief that this would motivate his troops. He was usually seen wearing a highly polished helmet, riding pants and high cavalry boots. He carried flashy ivory-handled, nickel-plated revolvers as his most famous sidearms (a Colt Single Action Army .45 "Peacemaker" and later also a S&W Model 27 .357).
General George S Patton's ribbon rack (consisting of US awards as well as foreign and international awards)
Dragon's General Patton's leather belt has leather cartridge loops OR Belt Slide Loop for his 12 REMOVABLE bullets/cartridges and hand cuff case in which Patton carried a lensmatic compass (not included)
General Patton's Colt Single Action .45 caliber Army Revolver Model 1873 with GSP in black enamel carved in the right hand Ivory stock
Carved Eagle on the left hand Ivory stock
Patton took violent offense at any reference to his pistols being pearl handled. He said, "Only a pimp in a New Orleans whorehouse or a tin-horn gambler would carry a pearl-handled pistol." In no uncertain terms he would have the offender know that his revolver was indeed "IVORY-GOD-F**KING-DAMN-HANDLED" and with that he would turn on his heel and leave.
On December 9, 1945, Patton was severely injured in a road accident. Paralyzed from the neck down, he was rushed to the military hospital in Heidelberg. Patton died of an embolism on December 21, 1945.