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New additions for the Napoleonic Danish-Norwegian Army 1803-14 We have nine new codes for this army including some Landeværn (militia) who were the main defenders against the British when they attacked Copenhagen in 1807. The great coated figures can be used against Prussians, Russians and Swedes. Danish-Norwegian Army 1803-14 28mm figures designed by Alan Perry DAN 11 Infantry command, greatcoats 1812-14 DAN 12 Infantry command, great coats (no standards) 1812-14 DAN 13 Musketeers marching, greatcoats 1812-14 DAN 14 Grenadiers marching, shakos with bearskin plates, greatcoats 1812-14 DAN 15 Grenadiers marching, 1803 bearskin, greatcoats 1812-14 DAN 16 Regimental light company marching, greatcoats 1812-14 DAN 17 Landeværn command 1801-08 DAN 18 Landeværn marching 1801-08 DAN 19 Landeværn marching in clogs 1801-08
Plastic Zulu War British update
Michael has sent the plastic Zulu War British to Renedra for tooling so we thought we show you what they're going to look like. These are the '3ups' and give examples of what you can do with the infantry and command frame. The Heliograph parts, that you get on the command frame, are shown with legs and torsos of the previous box of British in Afghanistan (the Zulu War infantry bodies had already been sent off before the photo was taken!)
The infantry frame can be assembled as a firing line or at the ready while the command frame has quite a collection of useful arms as well as casualties and, of cause, the heliograph. The infantry are in 'fighting kit' i.e. waistbelt and pouches plus water bottle and haversack so thus useful for the Anglo-Zulu War 1879, the 9th Cape Frontier War 1877-78, the 1st Anglo Boer War 1880-81 and the Anglo Egyptian War of 1882. The keen eyed of you will also notice that heads in Home Service helmets are included enabling you to defend Britain against the fiendish French, the rascally Russians or even the minxie Martians!
We don't have a release date for these at present.
New French for Egypt
We have some new codes for the French in Egypt range. These are all available on our site now.
French in Egypt 1798-1801
Figures designed by Alan Perry
FE 19 Fusiliers skirmishing
FE 20 Grenadiers/Carabiniers skirmishing
FE 21 casualties
FE 22 Light Infantry (chasseurs) skirmishing
FE 23 Mounted Colonels
New Napoleonic French Dragoons and Hussars.
Alan has been working on Napoleonic French dragoons for the mid-war period, in the long-tailed coats. There are 12 new metal dragoon codes (from standing to full gallop) plus a couple of hussar codes. These are all available now.
French Napoleonic Army 1805-15
metal figures designed by Alan Perry
FN 200 Hussars, Elite company in campaign dress, wearing pelisses and colpacks, swords shouldered, galloping, 1805-15
FN 201 Hussars Elite company in campaign dress and colpacks (separate pelisses), swords shouldered, galloping, 1805-15
FN 202 Dragoon command galloping, 1805-13
FN 203 Dragoons galloping, shouldered swords, 1805-13
FN 204 Dragoon elite company in bearskins, shouldered swords, 1805-13
FN 205 Dragoon command charging, rolled manteau-capote, 1805-13
FN 206 Dragoons charging, rolled manteau-capote 1805-13
FN 207 Dragoons, elite company in bearskins, charging, rolled manteau-capote, 1805-13
FN 208 Dragoon command, baggy overalls, rolled manteau-capote, galloping, 1808-13
FN 209 Dragoons in baggy overalls, rolled manteau-capote, shouldered swords, 1808-13
FN 210 Dragoons, elite company in baggy overalls and bearskins, rolled manteau-capote, shouldered swords, 1808-13
FN 211 Dragoon command on standing horses, 1805-13
FN 212 Dragoons on standing horses, swords shouldered, 1805-13
FN 213 Dragoons, elite company in bearskins on standing horses, swords shouldered, 1805-13