Wallenstein's LifeguardAdd to Wish List
Most commanders of the period went into battle with a personal guard, or ‘Lifeguard’. As supreme commander of the Catholic League forces, and mercenary captain extraordinaire, Wallenstein’s lifeguard was more akin to a private army consisting of both foot and...
Stone Bridge plastic boxed setAdd to Wish List
As ways across natural obstacles such as rivers, ravines and railway lines, bridges are often targeted as significant objectives either to take or to destroy. This single-arched stone bridge is easy to build and provides you with a great-looking addition...
Scots Lancers boxed setAdd to Wish List
Scotland's Covenanter armies fought hard in all of the three civil wars in the British Isles and, indeed, on the Continent as mercenaries for various Protestant states and Kings. The Covenant armies were well-equipped and well-paid unusual for the times....
Scots Dragoons boxed setAdd to Wish List
This box contains: Warlord are giving your Covenanter infantry some much-needed support in the form of Covenant lowland Scottish Dragoons. Using our metal and plastic Dragoons boxed set we have put in 24 Scots bonnets (the defining mark of Scottish...
Scots Covenanters plastic boxed setAdd to Wish List
There is a compelling thrill about the sight of a Scottish Government army drawn up for battle. Dour-faced hardmen from the lowlands of Scotland drawn up in their trademark Hodden Grey uniforms, topped with their distinctive blue-knitted bonnets, the Covenanters...
Pike & Shotte Infantry Regiment plastic boxed setAdd to Wish List
The 17th Century saw the assembling of large regular armies equipped and supplied by the state. Many units, though not all, were uniformly attired for the first time, and formed into companies and regiments then finally brigaded together into tercios...
Pike & Shotte Cavalry plastic boxed setAdd to Wish List
The 17th Century saw large standing armies in action all over Europe, in numbers previously undreamt of, and huge numbers of infantry, artillery and cavalry were raised. The cavalry of the period were mostly of the heavy variety; big horses...