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Battle of Aliwal 1846

Battle of Aliwal 1846
By Michael Perry

Friday, 25 November 2016

1565 continuation

Hi gents,

Been quiet on the posting but still busy with the figures one of the chaps over at the Laf forum asked for some close ups of the Foundry WOR figures which prompted this shot along with the arrival of a new batch of figures from Dave Jarvis.

A couple of conversions mainly head swaps but see if you can work out who the drummer boy started out as?
A pic for Akbar of the LAF Foundry WOR figure pikemen

Another head swop this time on a Warlord figure
Another shot of the Foundry figures I didn't realise there were so many variations

Another couple of head swaps
Still got the bases to complete a recurring trend

Group shot of the conversions

About to become an amputee
Hoping these pics help Akbar

Still a lot to add to this collection

The head swaps were fairly simple to do

A few figures as they should be.

A Foundry sea dog figure

Foundry musketeers these really have stood the test of time I first bought these in my teens.

Dave has worked his magic once more.

Mounted Captain from Warlord

Foundry close up
Foundry close up
Thanks for stopping by

Foundry close up.

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Carlists collection for Sale

Hi Gents,

As a previous post this collection is now for sale over 500 foot and 100 mounted Figures representing both sides of the conflict British legion figures civilians and priests photos can be seen by clicking on the Carlist tab on the left hand side bar foot figures are priced at £5 and Mounted at £7.50.I think this collection shows Tony's painting skills at there very best the pics below give you a small flavour of what is on offer all painted and based to the same high standard. There has already been a

bit of interest but if you which to discuss email me  at the address below.



Saturday, 1 October 2016

Onward Christian Soldiers Malta 1565

Hi Gents,

The Knights of Malta collection is coming along nicely the Christian forces mustering for the coming war.

Latest batch of figures received from Dave Jarvis yesterday.

One thing I noticed when I was doing these shots was how many monks I own I think I could start my own order.

The figure are a mix of Foundry and Warlord

The monks are from Foundry and Perry

Mounted figure is a conversion

I was plesently surprise to see this fellow I hadn't realised that any of the figures had the bandaged head when I sent them off

Birds eye shot of the army coming together at the cross roads.
Once again delighted by the figures but really need to get some sand to sort out the bases.
           I have came to the realisation that something has to give to make room for the new collections so have been selling some bits on eBay recently a few of the larger collections may go up for sale on here if anyone is interested my first Peninsular war armies French/British/Portuguese and Spanish the Crimean collection Russian and British and the Carlist collection pics can be seen in the sidebar of the blog if anyone is interested drop me a line and I can send a list with fresh pics.

                                                            Best Wishes