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Black Powder 95th Rifles - Chosen Men Box Black Powder 95th Rifles - Chosen Men Box
£20.00
£18.00
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The 95th Rifles were an elite unit of hard marching, sharp shooting light infantry that served in many bloody battles of the Napoleonic Wars. Unusually they did not wear the classic red coat of the British army, but instead a dark bottle green uniform which gave them their nickname of the ‘Sweeps’ or the ‘Grasshoppers’ by their French foes. They were equipped with the Baker rifle – a supremely acc…
Black Powder British Household Brigade Cavalry Black Powder British Household Brigade Cavalry
£20.00
£18.00
1 in stock
This box will allow you to make a unit of 12 cavalrymen of the Horse Guards or either of the Lifeguards regiments. Contains: 12 plastic British Household Brigade heavy cavalry. 1 metal officer miniature. Metal bugler arm. Background leaflet. Some of you eagle eyed historians may have noticed the Scott's Grey's in the picture above. These are made from the Union Brigade Cavalry box which will allow…
Black Powder British Union Brigade Cavalry Black Powder British Union Brigade Cavalry
£20.00
£18.00
1 in stock
This set allows you to build any of the three regiments in the Union Brigade as well as headgear options for the Peninsular campaign. Contains: 12 plastic British Union Brigade heavy cavalry. 2 metal command miniatures (officer and trumpeter). Includes options for bearskin, oilskin-covered bearskin, Grecian helmet, oilskin-covered Grecian helmet, bicorne, and watering cap. Background leaflet. Some…
Black Powder French Chasseurs a Cheval Black Powder French Chasseurs a Cheval
£20.00
1 in stock
Formed originally back in 1743, the Chasseurs à Cheval (mounted hunters) were hard riding, green clad light cavalry whose main role was patrolling and raiding for the French armies. A good Chasseur was at home on his light horse, skirmishing with the enemy cavalry or scouting enemy movements and thus providing valuable intelligence for their commanders. Armed with carbine, curved sabre and bayonet…
Black Powder French Old Guard Grenadiers Black Powder French Old Guard Grenadiers
£28.00
£26.00
1 in stock
There are few soldiers more famous than the Grenadiers of the Old Guard, veteran soldiers of many campaigns who would literally give their lives for their Emperor if needed. Formed from the Consular Guards in 1804, they were the elite of an elite, each man hand-picked for his height and military bearing. They proudly grew fierce moustaches, powdered their pigtailed hair, and wore gold earrings whi…
Black Powder Napoleonic British (Waterloo) Starter Army boxed set Black Powder Napoleonic British (Waterloo) Starter Army boxed set
£85.00
£76.50
Out of stock
72 Plastic and metal British Line infantry in Belgic Shakos 24 Plastic and metal Hanoverian infantry 12 Plastic and metal British Union Brigade heavy cavalry Officer on horse Royal Horse Artillery 9-pdr cannon Full-colour flag sheets Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Black Powder Napoleonic British Line Infantry (Peninsular War) Black Powder Napoleonic British Line Infantry (Peninsular War)
£20.00
Out of stock
Widely held as the finest body of fighting men to have fought under the Union flag, the British army in the Peninsular campaign tasted defeat but were far more often to be found savouring yet another victory over their old foe, the French. Led by great commanders such as Moore, Crauford and Wellesley, the British army was a well-drilled and, on the whole, disciplined force that saw service on the…
Black Powder Napoleonic French (Waterloo) Starter Army boxed set Black Powder Napoleonic French (Waterloo) Starter Army boxed set
£85.00
£60.00
1 in stock
Our Napoleonic French Waterloo Starter Army is packed with proud Frenchmen ready to join the battle to see the Emperor Bonaparte restored to the throne of France. This set is good for battles from 1812 onwards. The box contains a mighty 144 plastic infantry models including command figures, led by a proud French officer atop his trusty steed and supported by a 6-pounder cannon with 4 crew. Also in…
Black Powder Napoleonic French Hussars Black Powder Napoleonic French Hussars
£20.00
2 in stock
Napoleonic warfare saw bewildering varieties of exotic uniforms worn by the various armies that marched and fought in the early 19th century. There were none so exotic and magnificent as the Hussar regiments of the French army. These dashing light cavalry donned outfits originally inspired by Turkish, and later Hungarian, cavalry. Each of the fourteen regiments formed wore a differing uniform, wit…
Black Powder Napoleonic Portuguese Line Infantry Black Powder Napoleonic Portuguese Line Infantry
£16.00
£14.40
1 in stock
Description The Portuguese have never been fond of their Spanish neighbours. This was doubly so when in 1807 Napoleon sent a large French and Spanish army across the border to crush Portugal and take its fleet to continue their war against the detested British. Great Britain and Portugal, however, had been old allies for countless years, and before long a largely untried British general called Wel…
Black Powder Napoleonic Russian Command 1812-1815 Black Powder Napoleonic Russian Command 1812-1815
£6.00
1 in stock
Blister pack containing 2 metal foot and 1 mounted miniature Supplied unbuilt and unpainted
Black Powder Napoleonic War Late French Line Infantry (1812-1815) Black Powder Napoleonic War Late French Line Infantry (1812-1815)
£16.00
£14.40
1 in stock
En avant! The cry went up in hundreds of French throats as the blue columns marched forward on the battlefields across Europe. The all conquering French line infantry ‘Les Bleus’ used a combination of massed columns, fast manoeuvre, and firepower to shatter the armies of Prussia, Austria, Spain and Russia, culminating in a death struggle against Wellington and Blucher’s alliance at Waterloo in 181…
Black Powder Napoleonic Wars: Russian Line Infantry (1809-15) plastic boxed set Black Powder Napoleonic Wars: Russian Line Infantry (1809-15) plastic boxed set
£20.00
Out of stock
These are our Early War Russian Infantry. The infantry wear the taller shako while the Grenadiers wear outlandishly large plumes. Many of these uniforms would see service until the end of the war. After previewing these at Salute earlier this year we are now ready to take pre-orders for our new plastic Napoleonic Russians! The infantry formed the backbone of all armies in the Napoleonic Wars, but…
Black Powder Russian Line Infantry (1809-1814) Black Powder Russian Line Infantry (1809-1814)
£16.00
£14.40
1 in stock
Despite, or quite possibly, because of, the harsh conditions they were brought up in, the Russian soldier was stubborn, resilient and unflinching. The Russian infantryman played decisive roles in each of the great battles against the French and their allies during the Napoleonic Wars. Culminating in the great battle at Borodino, the Russian soldier proved to be a very tough opponent indeed, often…
Black Powder Russian Line Infantry (1812-1815) Black Powder Russian Line Infantry (1812-1815)
£20.00
1 in stock
The infantry formed the backbone of all armies in the Napoleonic Wars, but no army relied more on its humble private foot soldier than that of Imperial Russia. Brave, stubborn and resilient they had to cope with poor conditions, worse supplies and a cadre of mostly incompetent officers. Whenever western observers spent time with the Russian army they were constantly amazed by the sheer tenacity an…

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The 95th Rifles were an elite unit of hard marching, sharp shooting light infantry that served in many bloody battles of the Napoleonic Wars. Unusually they did not wear the classic red coat of the British army, but instead a dark bottle green uniform which gave them their nickname of the ‘Sweeps’ or the ‘Grasshoppers’ by their French foes. They were equipped with the Baker rifle – a supremely acc…
This box will allow you to make a unit of 12 cavalrymen of the Horse Guards or either of the Lifeguards regiments. Contains: 12 plastic British Household Brigade heavy cavalry. 1 metal officer miniature. Metal bugler arm. Background leaflet. Some of you eagle eyed historians may have noticed the Scott's Grey's in the picture above. These are made from the Union Brigade Cavalry box which will allow…
This set allows you to build any of the three regiments in the Union Brigade as well as headgear options for the Peninsular campaign. Contains: 12 plastic British Union Brigade heavy cavalry. 2 metal command miniatures (officer and trumpeter). Includes options for bearskin, oilskin-covered bearskin, Grecian helmet, oilskin-covered Grecian helmet, bicorne, and watering cap. Background leaflet. Some…
Formed originally back in 1743, the Chasseurs à Cheval (mounted hunters) were hard riding, green clad light cavalry whose main role was patrolling and raiding for the French armies. A good Chasseur was at home on his light horse, skirmishing with the enemy cavalry or scouting enemy movements and thus providing valuable intelligence for their commanders. Armed with carbine, curved sabre and bayonet…
There are few soldiers more famous than the Grenadiers of the Old Guard, veteran soldiers of many campaigns who would literally give their lives for their Emperor if needed. Formed from the Consular Guards in 1804, they were the elite of an elite, each man hand-picked for his height and military bearing. They proudly grew fierce moustaches, powdered their pigtailed hair, and wore gold earrings whi…
72 Plastic and metal British Line infantry in Belgic Shakos 24 Plastic and metal Hanoverian infantry 12 Plastic and metal British Union Brigade heavy cavalry Officer on horse Royal Horse Artillery 9-pdr cannon Full-colour flag sheets Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Widely held as the finest body of fighting men to have fought under the Union flag, the British army in the Peninsular campaign tasted defeat but were far more often to be found savouring yet another victory over their old foe, the French. Led by great commanders such as Moore, Crauford and Wellesley, the British army was a well-drilled and, on the whole, disciplined force that saw service on the…
Our Napoleonic French Waterloo Starter Army is packed with proud Frenchmen ready to join the battle to see the Emperor Bonaparte restored to the throne of France. This set is good for battles from 1812 onwards. The box contains a mighty 144 plastic infantry models including command figures, led by a proud French officer atop his trusty steed and supported by a 6-pounder cannon with 4 crew. Also in…
Napoleonic warfare saw bewildering varieties of exotic uniforms worn by the various armies that marched and fought in the early 19th century. There were none so exotic and magnificent as the Hussar regiments of the French army. These dashing light cavalry donned outfits originally inspired by Turkish, and later Hungarian, cavalry. Each of the fourteen regiments formed wore a differing uniform, wit…
Description The Portuguese have never been fond of their Spanish neighbours. This was doubly so when in 1807 Napoleon sent a large French and Spanish army across the border to crush Portugal and take its fleet to continue their war against the detested British. Great Britain and Portugal, however, had been old allies for countless years, and before long a largely untried British general called Wel…
Blister pack containing 2 metal foot and 1 mounted miniature Supplied unbuilt and unpainted
En avant! The cry went up in hundreds of French throats as the blue columns marched forward on the battlefields across Europe. The all conquering French line infantry ‘Les Bleus’ used a combination of massed columns, fast manoeuvre, and firepower to shatter the armies of Prussia, Austria, Spain and Russia, culminating in a death struggle against Wellington and Blucher’s alliance at Waterloo in 181…
These are our Early War Russian Infantry. The infantry wear the taller shako while the Grenadiers wear outlandishly large plumes. Many of these uniforms would see service until the end of the war. After previewing these at Salute earlier this year we are now ready to take pre-orders for our new plastic Napoleonic Russians! The infantry formed the backbone of all armies in the Napoleonic Wars, but…
Despite, or quite possibly, because of, the harsh conditions they were brought up in, the Russian soldier was stubborn, resilient and unflinching. The Russian infantryman played decisive roles in each of the great battles against the French and their allies during the Napoleonic Wars. Culminating in the great battle at Borodino, the Russian soldier proved to be a very tough opponent indeed, often…
The infantry formed the backbone of all armies in the Napoleonic Wars, but no army relied more on its humble private foot soldier than that of Imperial Russia. Brave, stubborn and resilient they had to cope with poor conditions, worse supplies and a cadre of mostly incompetent officers. Whenever western observers spent time with the Russian army they were constantly amazed by the sheer tenacity an…