Pike & Shotte Cavalry plastic boxed set
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...
Harquebusiers boxed set
The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries saw the rise of the pike-armed infantryman as well as the increased firepower of black powder weapons on the field of battle. The heavy "shock" cavalry could either be fended off with long pikes or...
Cuirassiers boxed set
Thundering across the field of battle, resplendent in their ornate plate armour and pistols held tightly in gauntleted hands the charge of a cuirassier regiment was something to behold! With luck the regiment would stop and perform their speciality –...
Swedish Cavalry boxed set
This box re-uses the popular ECW plastic cavalry, which forms the basis of this box. We have added two new splendid models in metal, a characterful Captain of horse and a metal Cornet, both full of dash and Swedish boldness!...
Count Tilly, Imperial Commander
Johann Tserclaes, Count of Tilly, commanded the Imperial forces during the Thirty Years War. He had a string on important victories against the Protestants but was then defeated by forces led by the King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden. Along with...
Wallenstein, Imperial Commander
A gifted politician and soldier from Bohemia, Wallenstein grew in stature to command armies for the Imperialist, or Habsburg cause, fielding vast forces in many battles in The Thirty Years War. Despite his many successes he fell out of Imperial favour and...
Lord Leven, Covenanter Lord General
The Covenanter's armies most gifted and successful general. This Thirty Years War veteran was instrumental in the English Civil Wars. Contains single mounted metal character. Supplied unpainted and unassembled.
Gustavus Adolphus, King Of Sweden
The charismatic King of Sweden who changed seventeenth century warfare forever with his reforms. We depict him here in buffcoat and with drawn sword leaping his horse over an obstacle, once again leading from the front like all proper politicians should do...what a fantastic...