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...
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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.
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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...
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Pike & Shotte Command Sprue
The price is for a single plastic sprue Supplied unpainted
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Pike & Shotte Infantry Sprue
The price is for a single plastic sprue Supplied unpainted
£9.99
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Pike & Shotte Horses Sprue
The price is for a single plastic sprue Supplied unpainted
£4.99
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Pike & Shotte Riders Sprue
The price is for a single plastic sprue Supplied unpainted
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Long Weapons Pack
 This packs contains 4 long poled weapons and a musket. This is great for converting your plastics into fearsome weapon weilding villagers. Or to add weapons to your clubmen.  
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Short Weapons Pack
This pack contains a variety of short hand weapons including a flaming brand. This is great for converting your pikemen, but will also fit in well with the Romans and Celts.
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20 Musket Rests
Regiments of all armies were unlikely to have had one issue type musket only, so it is entirely possible within regiments and even companies, that some individuals retained their rests for old times sake or were still equipped with older...
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20 Swine Feather Musket Rests
The swine feather was essentially a musket rest, useful for propping a heavy musket, but with a vicious looking iron spike on the end that could be used to form a hedgehog of spear points if placed in the ground,...
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Morion helmets
The Pikemans pot, the morion was prescribed for all pikemen at least until the end of the 17th century. Indeed when armour was dropping out of fashion, it was only the helmet that seemed to stay on the infantry. There...
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Morion helmets pack (40)
The Pikeman's pot, the morion was prescribed for all pikemen at least until the end of the 17th century. Indeed when armour was dropping out of fashion, it was only the helmet that seemed to stay on the infantry. There...
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Imperial Morion helmets
The Pikeman's pot, the morion was prescribed for all pikemen at least until the end of the 17th century. Indeed when armour was dropping out of fashion, it was only the helmet that seemed to stay on the infantry. This...
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Imperial Morion helmets pack (40)
The Pikeman's pot, the morion was prescribed for all pikemen at least until the end of the 17th century. Indeed when armour was dropping out of fashion, it was only the helmet that seemed to stay on the infantry. Supplied...
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Swedish Morion helmets
The Pikeman's pot, the morion was prescribed for all pikemen at least until the end of the 17th century. Indeed when armour was dropping out of fashion, it was only the helmet that seemed to stay on the infantry. This...
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Swedish Morion helmets pack (40)
The Pikeman's pot, the morion was prescribed for all pikemen at least until the end of the 17th century. Indeed when armour was dropping out of fashion, it was only the helmet that seemed to stay on the infantry. This...
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Bonnets
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Bonnets
These knitted bonnets were the trademark piece of headgear for the Scottish soldiers throughout the 17th Century and beyond. Cheap to make , but waterproof and warm the blue bonnets were used by all covenanters or government armies in our...
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Bonnets pack
These knitted bonnets were the trademark piece of headgear for the Scottish soldiers throughout the 17th Century and beyond. Cheap to make , but waterproof and warm the blue bonnets were used by all covenantors or government armies in our...
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Broad-brimmed hats
These hats define the period in many ways and are instantly recognizable as 17th Century. Generally made of felt, most gentlemen and middle class civilians would wear then for best dress. There is also evidence that knitted versions in the...
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Broad-brimmed hats (2)
This gives you a sprue of 4 wide brimmed hats.  Single sprue, supplied unpainted.
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Broad-brimmed hats pack (40 hats)
This pack contains 10 sprues of the broad brimmed hat sprue.  
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Broad-brimmed hats (2) pack (40 hats)
This pack contains 10 sprues of the broad brimmed hat sprue. Supplied unpainted.
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Monmouth caps
These handy caps were made in their thousands for both civilian and military use, Bewdly and Kidderminster being centres of manufacture. Cheap and practical, they could be placed under a helmet to make a more comfortable fit. Any regiment may...
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Monmouth cap pack
These handy caps were made in their thousands for both civilian and military use, Bewdly and Kidderminster being centres of manufacture. Cheap and practical, they could be placed under a helmet to make a more comfortable fit. Any regiment may...
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Montero caps
The Montero was a vey popular and practical hat issued widely to soldiers on both sides. It seems to have originated in Spain where hunters favoured it, as it gave good shade to the eyes, was not broad so that...
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Montero caps pack
The Montero was a very popular and practical hat issued widely to soldiers on both sides. It seems to have originated in Spain where hunters favoured it, as it gave good shade to the eyes, was not broad so that...
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Imperial Armies of the Thirty Years War (1)
Author: Vladimir Brnardic, Illustrator: Darko Pavlovic About this book: This history of the Catholic armies of the Hapsburg Empire that fought in the Thirty Years War explores the role of infantry and artillery during the last major religious war in...
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Imperial Armies of the Thirty Years War (2)
Author: Vladimir Brnardic, Illustrator: Darko Pavlovic About this book: This history of the Catholic armies of the Habsburg Empire that fought in the Thirty Years War explores the role of cavalry during the last major religious war in mainland Europe,...
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Famous By My Sword
The Army of Montrose and the Millitary Revolution by Charles Singleton A brilliant young poet, leading a gallant band whose epic adventure ends in defeat, betrayal and execution. Montrose was a doomed King's general who dared to win - and...
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