Prussian High CommandAdd to Wish List
The Prussian High Command during the 100 Days campaign leading up to the battle of Waterloo. Field Marshal von Blücher. General August von Gneisenau, Blücher’s chief of staff. Marshal Friedrich Karl von Zieten. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Polish Army Marksman, Anti-tank rifle and light mortar teamsAdd to Wish List
Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Arthurian Romano-British mounted knights BAdd to Wish List
Clad in thick armour, these knights would create devastating results once they charge into a flank or an exposed gap in the enemy lines! This pack contains 4 Arthurian Romano-British mounted knights. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Italian Airborne Paratroopers sectionAdd to Wish List
Italian Paratroopers, like all Italian special forces, established an astonishing reputation for dash and stubborn fighting in all the theatres where they were deployed.. Well trained and superbly equipped for their role they shored up the reputation of the Italian...
Saxon Huscarls with Dane axeAdd to Wish List
Huscarls were non-servile troops in service to a Saxon Lord or someone of similar ranking. Well trained and often used decent equipment, you'll have to think twice before you go against a group of Saxon Huscarls... Models supplied unassembled and...
British Galahad Armoured Infantry OfficersAdd to Wish List
As the numbers of units equipped with the Rift-tech designed Galahad armour increases, the creation of fully equipped infantry battalions is now feasible and platoon, company and even battalion HQs are now entering the field in full Galahad armour. Models...
Napoleonic French Guard Horse Artillery with 6 pdrAdd to Wish List
During the Napoleonic period, artillery rained death upon the battlefield with an unprecedented ferocity. Whilst the 12 pdrs were the ‘Queens’ of the battlefield, the horse artillery was the most elite of all Napoleon’s Guard Artillery, renowned across all militaries...