WR 60 Light Cavalry 1450-1500The box contains 12 lightly armoured horsemen which can be assembled with light lances, crossbows or as mounted archers. command options are included as are banners and historical information.
AO 60 Agincourt Foot KnightsThis box contains 36 Knights/Men at Arms. There 18 'English' knights and 18 'French', however all could be used for the same side or any west european nation. They are armed with cut-down lances/spears, pole arms and swords.
AO 50 Agincourt French Infantry 1415-29The set consists of 36 Infantry and 6 knights/men at arms. The infantry are armed with spears, crossbows, double handed axes and hand weapons. The knights have cut-down lances/spears, pole arms and swords.
WR 20 'Mercenaries', European Infantry 1450-1500, pikemen, crossbowmen and handgunners (40 figures). You can build up to 12 crossbowmen (with pavises), up to 12 handgunners, up to 18 pikemen (12 of which can be converted to polearms) and includes 4 command figures.
ACW 120 American Civil War Union Infantry in sack coats Skirmishing 1861-65The figures in this box are in skirmishing poses; firing, loading and running. They are all in sack coats and have the choice of either forage caps or broad-brimmed hats. The figures are the same as the Union box ACW 115 but are a different mix to allow a skirmish force to be built. You could also create a ragged firing line with most of the the figures too.The are 38 figures in the set with individual 20mm round bases and flags.
AN 80 Napoleonic Austrian 'German' Cavalry (Cuirassiers, Dragoons, Chevauxlegers) 1798-1815These figures can be built as Cuirassiers, Dragoons or Chevauxlegers (Light Dragoons prior to 1801) from 1798-1815 with the appropriate head/helmet variants. They are all in campaign dress i.e. all wearing overalls. The box contains 14 cavalrymen including Officer, Trumpeter and optional standard bearer.This set allows you to build the large 'German' cavalry arm of the Austrian Army throughout the Napoleonic Wars.Figures designed by Alan Perry
AO 40 English Army 1415-1429 (36 figures)The figures in this box represent the English Army at the height of the Hundred Years War, when the English bowmen dominated the field of battle in France. Specifically the figures cover the period from the Battle of Agincourt (in 1415, when they were led by Henry V) to the Siege of Orleans (1429, when the French were led by Joan of Arc) which became the turning point of the war. All the Men at Arms are represented in the full plate harness which was now the norm for gentry, as with the metal range, they cover the first flowering of real full plate armour. This being mostly rounded and 'globular'. Although they are described these as English they could be used as French too. The only differences being the English tending to fight in 'white' uncovered armour a little more more than the French. With armour styles the box covers the main types used during these 14 years. Things changed quite fast especially with the basinets at this time. More plates were being added to the basic basinet with aventail until the aventail disappeared altogether and you had the full great basinet. The houndskull visors also became globular during this period.Shields for Men at Arms had more or less been dropped from use in the field as the armour became more complete, so there's only one on the sprue (2 per box). All the visors are separate as is the 'orle' or decorated circlet which was typically English. Two of the bodies have jupons and the other four are in 'white' armour. These designed these so some of the arms from the Wars of the Roses sets are interchangeable, the shoulders are the same width at least. So with some of the 'white' armoured bodies (i.e. the ones in the great basinets) you should be able to bridge the 1440's with the WotR arms.The archers are represented in padded aketons, nocking, drawing and loosing as a cohesive body. We've included a few pairs for arms for close combat too. These will be available separately as you might want to raise the ratio of the archers to men at arms. The box contains 24 archers and 12 men at arms. With the archers there is also a trumpet arm, the men at arms frame includes a longer spear that can be used for a standard or banner. Commanders can be used from within the men at arms.The box contains: 36 figures, unit bases, 17 banners, 6 standards, painting guide and information sheet.
FN 230 French Line Chasseurs a Cheval 1808-15There are 14 mounted figures, bases and full colour guideThe figures come in the 1808-12 and the 1812-15 uniform. Both campaign and full dress for both uniforms are included.
AN 40 Napoleonic Austrian 'German' InfantryThe box contents represent an Austrian 'German' Infantry battalion from 1809-1815.The command consists of an officer, standard bearer, drummer, sapper and two NCOs. The box contains heads for all figures with either helmets ( the helmet was last used in 1809), shakos (used from 1809-15) or the Landwehr corse-hut. Although the figures are designed for 1809 onwards as they have the 1808 higher-waisted coat, you could use them for the 1805 campaign if you ignore that detail.There are 48 figures in the box, two flags, unit bases and a full painting guide.
ACW 115 American Civil War Union Infantry 1861-65The figures in this box represent the look of the typical Union Infantry throughout the Civil War. They are all wearing sack coats and all have the option of either forage caps or slouch hats. There are 40 figures in this set. Up to 30 figures can be build in either charging or 'right shoulder shift' poses. There is a 4 man command, but there are arms on this frame to add to the infantry for NCO's and a bugler. There are also an additional 6 skirmishers in the box. These together with the loading arms on the main frame allow many variations in poses.
ACW 90 American Civil War ArtilleryThis set contains 3 guns, 3 limbers and 18 crew plus bases. There are 4 gun barrels for each gun; Napoleon 12pdr, 3 inch Ordnance Rifle, 10 pdr Parrott and 12 pdr Howitzer.All the crew are multipose with many separate arm variants to enable you to create the right drill positions for the guns. There are separate forage caps, kepis and slouch hats foe all the crew so you can choose which side to portray.Designed by Alan and Michael Perry
ACW 70 American Civil War ZouavesThis box contains 42 Zouaves including command. They are represented in full zouave kit, the most colourful uniforms seen on the battlefields of the American Civil War. The figures are all advancing rapidly with arms that allow you to depict them all at 'right shoulder shift' or at the more intimidating 'charge' . Also for all the zouaves both unadorned fezzes and fezzes with turbans (for those units who occasionally used them in the field) are included.The box also includes uniform guides flags and bases.
AN 100 Napoleonic Austrian Hussars 1805-15The Austrian Hussars were the most colourful troops in the Austrian army, all coming from the Hungarian part of the Austrian empire. They were universal troops, used for all duties; scouting, skirmishing as well as in the main line of battle. All the figures in this set can be assembled in full or campaign dress, and either at full charge, sword shouldered or attacking.Set contains 14 cavalrymen, painting guide and bases.
VLW 41 Zulus!38 (including 4 casualties) multipart plastic figures, with unit bases and information pamphlet. There are enough firearms to equip 10 warriors or all can be armed with spear, javelin or knobkerry.
VLW 20 British Zulu War Infantry.These are multipart hard plastic 28mm figures which can be used for the Ninth Cape Frontier War, Zulu War and the First Anglo-Boer War. They are also supplied with Home Service helmets so can be used for any potential invasion from France, Germany or even Mars! There are 38 miniatures in the box including 4 casualties, two Heliographs,4 pairs of standards, unit bases and uniform information.
VLW 1 British Infantry in Afghanistan and Sudan 1877-85.This box contains 36 plastic multipose British Infantry designed for the Second Afghan War, Sudan and the Third Anglo- Burmese War. It also includes unit bases and an information sheet with 8 flags. If you purchase 3 of these boxes you will receive a FREE metal ensign figure as depicted.
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