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Imperialist Infantry Regiment boxed setAdd to Wish List
Splendidly attired well equipped and organized the Imperialist troops of the Thirty Years War fought long and hard in all the countries of Continental Europe. Uniforms were a matter of the whim of the General or the Colonel, so that massed regiments and Brigades...
Landsknechts PikemenAdd to Wish List
The late 15th and early 16th centuries in Europe were defined by near-constant warfare. National ‘standing armies’ were unheard of and the ambitions of empires were reliant on the mercenaries they could afford to hire. This box contains: Plastic components...
Marlborough's Wars: Artillery batteryAdd to Wish List
The effective use of Artillery during this period was still in its infancy. Most guns were heavy and cumbersome, and once deployed usually did not move again during the battle. Trained artillery men were also rare, with soldiers from the...
Napoleonic War Late French Light InfantryAdd to Wish List
Each boxed set contains: 24 plastic French infantry Metal command group (2 officers, standard bearer, and a drummer) Standard poles and finials Full colour background leaflet containing several flags. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Marlborough's Wars: Cavalry of the Sun KingAdd to Wish List
Some cavalry units used their modern tactics but others stuck to their traditional methods, such as the Duke of Marlborough's cavalry, they were ordered to charge headlong with swords drawn to maximise the shock of impact. Within this boxed set...
Marlborough's Wars: Cavalry of the Grand AllianceAdd to Wish List
Cavalry tactics during the period were in transition. Some cavalry were still firing their pistols at the enemy to disrupt their formation before closing at the trot, a tactic that had proved successful against pike armed infantry. Within this boxed...
Continental Infantry Regiment (Plastic Box)Add to Wish List
George Washington had served in the Crown forces against the French, and knew full well how the British regulars fought. He also knew that his militias and Minutemen, although numerous and individually brave, would not stand against the British Redcoat...
American War of Independence: British Infantry RegimentAdd to Wish List
The British Redcoat of the Revolutionary War was part of a small but well-trained army, stretched all over the emerging Empire. Most of England’s gold went into maintaining a giant and hugely effective Royal Navy to dominate the seas. The...
Firelock Storming Party plastic boxed setAdd to Wish List
Firelock companies were raised throughout the Civil Wars for a variety of purposes. Formed originally to fight in the wild bogs of Ireland where a flintlock was more easily handled than the clumsy matchlock, firelock-armed musketeers grew more common as...