36153 - Brunswick Leib Battalion Standing Firing No.2
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36161 - British 1st Foot Guard Battalion Company Standing Firing No.2
36001 - French Light Infantry Voltigeur Charging No.1
Napoleon on Marengo On 6 April 1814, Napoleon Bonaparte abdicated his throne. After some 15 years of armed conflict, the Emperor of France – and conquerer of a large portion...
36162 - British 1st Foot Guard Battalion Company Kneeling Firing No.2
36154 - Brunswick Leib Battalion Reaching for Cartridge No.1
36155 - British 95th Rifles Standing Firing No.3
36156 - British 95th Rifles Kneeling Firing No.3
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36076 - French Line Infantry Fusilier Officer Advancing No.1
36003 - French Light Infantry Voltigeur Charging No.2
French Imperial Guard Kneeling Defending, No.2 Before the flintlock musket and socket bayonet, the infantry was composed of matchlock musketeers and pikemen. The pike was the main infantry weapon of...
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A Desperate Struggle French Imperial Guard Officer and British 1st Foot Guards Officer Fighting, 1815 With the introduction of firearms to the battlefield, the military importance of swordsmanship rapidly diminished. And...
French Imperial Guard Standing Defending, No.2 Members of the Old Guard were selected based on physical traits, most notably above average height – Grenadiers had to be at least 5...
French Imperial Guard Casualty It is generally estimated that between 500,000 and three million French soldiers perished during the Wars of the Empire (1805-15). The actual totals are lost to history...
French Imperial Guard Reaching for Cartridge, 1815 The 1801 regulation French cartridge pouch was made of blackened calf skin with a large exterior flap. Under the main flap would be a lighter...
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36061 - "Forward Gordon's" No.2, Scots Grey Bugler and Gordon Highlander.
36063 - British 1st Royal Dragoon Trooper Charging No.3
36062 - British 1st Royal Dragoon Trooper Charging No.2
36050 - British Major General Hussey Vivian Mounted
Imperial Guard at Present Arms The “present arms” command has been used as a sign of respect by militaries around the world since the 16th century. The weapon is brought...
Vive L’Empereur! Cheering French Imperial Guard After Napoleon escaped his island prison of Elba, 26 February 1815, he marched on Paris to resume this throne. When royalist troops were deployed to...
French Imperial Guard in Campaign Trousers Standing Defending, No.2 While on campaign, the Imperial Guard wore pantaloons of Imperial Blue, which were lined with white cotton. The cost was somewhat...
French Imperial Guard in Campaign Trousers Kneeling Defending, No.2 Kneeling in defense during the age of musket was a daunting task. Soldiers formed up in ranks of two or three, and...
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French Imperial Guard Tearing Cartridge, 1815 A paper cartridge combines a pre-measured amount of powder with a ball in one sealed unit. A typical cartridge consisted of two compartments: The first compartment...
36190 1/30 Scale Matte Finish Single Figure A spontoon is a pole arm, a type of close combat weapon consisting of a long shaft topped with a fighting implement like an...