20th century, likely American; polychrome wood, natural tension rope and leather tags; reproduction drum style table as a regimental 64th (2nd Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot (British Army, 1756–1881); having a wooden head and body; body decorated with the cipher of King George with "LXIV" below. Paper label noting that regiment fought in the American Revolution at Bunker Hill and Harlem Heights. Approx. h. 18", d. 14.5". Provenance: From the Estate of Mrs. Sally Connally Hardie, Atlanta, Georgia. Connolly was a charity campaigner and philanthropist, Councilwoman for the National Trust for Scotland from 1978-1995 (the last ten years serving on the Executive board), and member of the Court of St. Andrews University from 1987-1995. A native Atlantan, Connolly's great-great-grandfather David Connally was one of the first settlers to obtain land in the city and her great-grandfather Joseph E. Brown was the governor of Georgia during the American Civil War.