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28mm scale 40 figures Uniform guide Unpainted figures, assembly with glue and painting required Molded in gray The figures in this box represent a battalion of a Russian Infantry regiment from 1809-1814. All figures have the option of the 1809 or 1812 kiwer (shako) or forage caps. The 1809 kiwer continued in use alongside the 1812 pattern until late in the war. The 1811 regulations stipulated that a grenadier platoon was attached to each battalion , these are also included in the box. The figures can be painted as a regular ‘Infantry’ battalion, or that of Jagers or Marines. There are 40 figures in the box as well as unit bases, flags and painting guide.

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Approximately 2.25” tall (54 mm) 5 unpainted highly detailed dragoons and 5 unpainted horses Packaged in a box Minor assembly required Recommend for hobbyists and miniature gamers 14 years and above This Expeditionary Force boxed set of 5 mounted British Dragoon figures of a typical British unit from 1803 - 1815. At the start of the French Revolutionary Wars, the "heavy" cavalry were equivalent to dragoons. They consisted of three regiments of Household Cavalry, seven regiments of Dragoon Guards and six regiments of Dragoons. The Dragoon Guards had been regiments of heavy cavalry in the eighteenth century, but had been converted to dragoons to save money. The heavy cavalry wore red uniforms and bicorne hats. From 1796, they were armed with the straight 1796 Heavy Cavalry Sword, a heavy hacking sword which was reckoned to be useless for thrusting, and also carried a long carbine. (The Scots Greys wore a bearskin headdress and had a more curved sword.) The British cavalry was usually organized into brigades, but no higher formations. Brigades were attached to infantry divisions or columns, or sometimes acted directly under the command of the cavalry commander of an army. British cavalry were excellently mounted and were reckoned superior to French cavalry if squadrons clashed, but because brigades and even regiments were rarely exercised in battlefield manoeuvres and tactics, they were inferior in larger numbers. Wellington in particular was highly unimpressed by the quality and intelligence of many of his cavalry officers. He said: I considered our (British) cavalry so inferior to the French from the want of order, that although I considered one squadron a match for two French, I didn't like to see four British opposed to four French: and as the numbers increased and order, of course, became more necessary I was the more unwilling to risk our men without having a superiority in numbers.

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Expeditionary Force 54 IPG 02 French Imperial Guard Horse Grenadiers Cavalry New in Box 5 Figures - 5 Poses with swappable heads, arms and weapons - Blue Plastic 5 Horses - 3 colors - 3 poses/Dark Brown, white, chestnut/light brown plastic Figures are approximately 2.25" tall These figures can be used for the Napoleonic War Napoleonic Wars 1803-1815 Assembly required on figures - glue may be needed

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Expeditionary Force 54 BRT 01 British Line Infantry Centre Coy New in Box 9 Figures - 9 Poses with swappable heads, arms and weapons - Red Plastic Figures are approximately 2.25" tall These figures can be used for the Napoleonic War or the War of 1812 Napoleonic Wars 1803-1815 Assembly required on figures - glue may be needed

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Napoleonic Wars – The British Army Collection Approximately 2.25” tall (54 mm) 9 highly detailed historically accurate plastic figures Unpainted in various poses molded in red. Packaged in a box. Box dimensions: 8.2” L x 5.9” W x 1.7” H Recommend for hobbyists and miniature gamers 14 years and above. This Expeditionary Force boxed set of 9 British Highland Light Infantry foot soldiers of a typical line company from 1803 - 1815. The Highlands is a historic region of Scotland. The 71st Regiment of Foot was a Highland regiment in the British Army, raised in 1777. At the start of the French Revolution the regiment was based in India. The regiment returned to Scotland in August 1798. The 1st battalion embarked for the Cape of Good Hope in August 1805 and took part in the Battle of Blaauwberg in January 1806. The battalion then sailed for South America and took part in the disastrous expedition against Buenos Aires under Sir Home Popham. The battalion was taken prisoner and the Regimental Colours were captured. New colours were presented to the regiment by Lieutenant-General Sir John Floyd in April 1808. The 1st battalion was reformed and embarked for Portugal in June 1808 for service in the Peninsular War. Renamed the 71st (Glasgow Highland) Regiment of Foot later that month,it saw action at the Battle of Roliça in August 1808, the Battle of Vimeiro later that month and Battle of Corunna in January 1809 before being evacuated from the Peninsula. In March 1809 it became a light infantry regiment, and the regiment next took part in the disastrous Walcheren Campaign in autumn 1809 before returning home and being renamed the 71st (Highland) Regiment of Foot (Light Infantry) in spring 1810. The regiment returned to the Peninsular in September 1810 and saw action at the Battle of Fuentes de Oñoro in May 1811, the Battle of Arroyo dos Molinos in October 1811 and the Battle of Almaraz in May 1812 as well as the Battle of Vitoria in June 1813. It then pursued the French Army into France and fought at the Battle of the Pyrenees in July 1813, the Battle of Nivelle in November 1813 and the Battle of the Nive in December 1813 as well as the Battle of Orthez in February 1814 and the Battle of Toulouse in April 1814. The battalion returned home in July 1814 and then embarked for Ostend in April 1815: it saw action as part of the 3rd Brigade at the Battle of Waterloo in June 1815.

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Expeditionary Force 54 BRT 03G British Grenadiers Infantry New in Box 9 Figures - 9 Poses with swappable heads, arms and weapons - Red Plastic Figures are approximately 2.5" tall These figures can be used for the Napoleonic War or the War of 1812 Napoleonic Wars 1803-1815 Assembly required on figures - glue may be needed

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Expeditionary Force 54 FRN 07 French Line Command New in Box 8 Figures with swappable heads, arms and weapons - Blue and Green Plastic 2 Figures on horseback - 2 poses 6 Figures on foot - 6 poses Figures are approximately 2.25" to 2.5" tall These figures can be used for the Napoleonic War Napoleonic Wars 1803-1815 Assembly required on figures - glue may be needed

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Expeditionary Force 54 BRT 09 British Line Infantry Command New in Box 6 Figures with officer - 6 Poses with swappable heads, arms and weapons - Red Plastic 2 Figures on horseback - 2 poses 2 Horses - 2 colors - 2 poses Saddles are removable Figures are approximately 2.25" to 2.5" tall These figures can be used for the Napoleonic War Napoleonic Wars 1803-1815 Assembly required on figures - glue may be needed

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Napoleonic Wars – The British Army Collection Approximately 2.25” tall (54 mm) 9 highly detailed historically accurate plastic figures 8 figures on foot 1 mounted figure Unpainted in various poses molded in red. Packaged in a box. Box dimensions: 8.2” L x 5.9” W x 1.7” H Recommend for hobbyists and miniature gamers 14 years and above. This Expeditionary Force boxed set of 9 British Highland Infantry Officer figures is representative of Highland regiments from 1803 - 1815. The Highlands is a historic region of Scotland. The original Highland regiments were raised in the 18th century with the object of recruiting rank and file solely from the Scottish Highlands.

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Expeditionary Force 54 FRN 03 French Line Infantry and Officers New in Box 6 Figures - Foot soldiers/officers - 6 Poses with swappable heads, arms and weapons - Medium Blue Plastic 2 Figures on horseback - 2 poses 2 Horses - 2 color - 1 pose Figures are approximately 2.25" to 2.5" tall These figures can be used for the Napoleonic War Napoleonic Wars 1803-1815 Assembly required on figures - glue may be needed

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