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Cardinal Richelieu, The Red EminenceAdd to Wish List
Cardinal Richelieu! The Red Eminence, as he was known, was a powerful clergyman acting as the French King Louis XIII's First Minister. Richelieu transformed France into a strong central power and wielded not inconsiderable influence during the war.Pack contains 2...
Colonial Provincial Regiment commandAdd to Wish List
Although by the end of the French and Indian War there were a substantial number of British regular battalions in America, at its outbreak the relatively small number of regular battalions necessitated the reliance on provincial regiments and militia. The...
Dacians: King Decebalus and his Shaman AdvisorAdd to Wish List
Decebalus, or "The Brave" , was a king of Dacia and is famous for fighting three wars and negotiating two interregnums of peace without being eliminated against the Roman Empire under two emperors. In the short peace granted by Trajan, Decebalus continued to act as an...
Early Imperial Romans: Auxiliary CommandAdd to Wish List
Auxiliary troops fought in line much like their legionary counterparts and were not, as is fashionable to suggest, lesser quality troops - in fact they were the equal of the legionary in training, drill and combat capability. Recruited initially from...
Early Imperial Romans: Legionary CommandAdd to Wish List
With any self-respecting Roman general fielding multiple units of legionaries it's only natural we provide even more variety to the command models in the plastic boxed set. These highly detailed models represent a highly decorated centurion with vinestick under arm...
Early/Middle Bronze Age CommandAdd to Wish List
These models can be used to command armies of the Early and Middle Bronze Age, including those of the Amorite Kingdoms & Desert Nomads; Later Akkadian & Neo-Sumerian City-States; Later Highlanders and Elamites. Includes figures that can be used for...
French Indian War: Highlander commandAdd to Wish List
Officers of the 78th Highlander Regiment wore a scarlet jacket and waistcoat similar to those of their soldiers, with the trim of collars, cuffs, jacket fronts and waistcoats of gold. However, such embellishments were kept to a minimum in active...
Landsknechts PikemenAdd to Wish List
The late 15th and early 16th centuries in Europe were defined by near-constant warfare. National ‘standing armies’ were unheard of and the ambitions of empires were reliant on the mercenaries they could afford to hire. This box contains: Plastic components...