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BRITISH NAPOLEONICS

BRITISH FOOTGUARDS (MAITLANDS) WATERLOO 1815
TB218 FOOTGUARDS STANDING FIRING – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB219 FOOTGUARDS STANDING READY – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB220 FOOTGUARDS KNEELING READY – 6 figures. Two figures of each position  can be requested per box. £75 £32
TB220B MORTALLY WOUNDED – 5 figures. £60 £27
TB221 FOOTGUARDS SERGEANT  – with Pike. £15 £5.50
TB222 FOOTGUARDS OFFICER £15 £5.50
TB223 FOOTGUARDS SIDE DRUMMER £15 £5.50
TB224 FOOTGUARDS COLOUR BEARER £15 £5.50
TB225 FOOTGUARDS WOUNDED COLOUR BEARER – with Side Drummer assisting. £30 £11
TB226 MOUNTED COLONEL £40 £14.50
WATERLOO 1815  – ROYAL SCOTS GREYS & 92nd (GORDON) HIGHLANDERS
TB238A BRIGADE OFFICER – wearing  bicorne. £35 £14.50
TB338B OFFICER RSG. £35 £14.50
TB238C TRUMPETER RSG. £35 £14.50
TB238D STANDARD BEARER RSG. £35 £14.50
TB238E TROOPERS RSG. £35 £14.50
TB238F CASUALTIES RSG. – 2 pitching forward, 1 falling back. £120 £43
TB239  TROOPER RSG. CHARGING with 92nd Highlander leaping, grasping Trooper’s bridle. £50 £20
TB240 92nd GORDON HIGHLANDERS – Officer with left arm extended to grasp horse furniture or in normal charging £15 £5.50
position, 5 Highlanders, 1 with left arm  extended, 4 in normal charging position. £75 £27
TB241 ENSIGN 92nd GORDONS – charging with  King’s or Regimental Colour. £15 £6
TB242 SERGEANT EWART RSG. – capturing French Eagle. 4 figure group. £85 £30
TB273 ‘MERCER’S TROOP’ RHA. – WATERLOO 1815.Gun, Limber,6 horses (2 Leaders, 2 Centres, 2 Wheelers) & 3 Drivers wearing the Tarleton helmet. £250 £100
TB274 GUN DETACHMENT ‘MERCER’S TROOP c1815
TB274A – 3 mounted Gunners. £120 £43
TB274B – 3 mounted NCO’s, Troop Sergeant, Bombadier, Lance Bombadier. £120 £43
TB274C – Trumpeter. £40 £14.50
TB274D – Troop Captain £40 £14.50
TB274D BRITISH LIGHT DRAGOONS  –  BATTLE OF  WATERLOO 1815 available for 11th, 12th, 13th & 16th.
TB284A TROOPERS – 3 charging. £120 £43
TB284B STANDARD BEARER £40 £14.50
TB284C TRUMPETER £40 £14.50
TB284D OFFICER £40 £14.50
TB284A TROOPERS – 3 Wounded £120 £43
TB307 MERCER’S TROOP IN ACTION – ‘SERVING THE GUNS’ – WATERLOO 1815
TB307A ARTILLERY PIECE 6, 9, or 12 pounder, 5 gunners. £125 £50
TB307B OFFICER £15 £5.50
TB307C TRUMPETER £15 £5.50
TB307D 2 HORSE TEAM together with the driver & limber. R.H.A. in a stationary position £100 £40
TB315 LIFE GUARDS
TB315A TROOPERS – 3 figures,differing charging positions. £120 £43
TB315B TROOPERS – 2 wounded, 1 charging. £120 £43
TB315C OFFICER – charging.harging. £40 £14.50
TB315D STANDARD BEARER – charging. £40 £14.50
TB315E TRUMPETER – charging. £40 £14.50
 TB316 ROYAL HORSE GUARDS (THE BLUES)
TB316A TROOPERS – 3 figures,differing charging positions. £120 £43
TB316B TROOPERS – 2 wounded, 1 charging. £120 £43
TB316C OFFICER – charging.. £40 £14.50
TB316D STANDARD BEARER – charging. £40 £14.50
TB316E TRUMPETER – charging. £40 £14.50
TB320 BRITISH RIFLE REGIMENTS 95th & 60th (ROYAL AMERICAN)  – PENINSULAR & WATERLOO
TB320A RIFLEMEN – Sergeant, 2 Standing Firing, 2 Kneeling Fire, 1 about to Load. £75 £32
TB320B RIFLEMAN – 3 Standing Firing, 3 Kneeling Firing. £75 £32
TB320C OFFICER £15 £5.50
TB321 95th REGT.
TB321A RIFLEMEN – Sergeant, 2 Standing Firing, 2 Kneeling Fire, 1 about to Load. £75 £32
TB321B RIFLEMAN – 3 Standing Firing, 3 Kneeling Firing. £75 £32
TB321C OFFICER £15 £5.50
BRITISH PERSONALITIES AT WATERLOO
TB324 HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON £40 £14.50
TB325A LIEUT. GENERAL SIR THOMAS PICTON £40 £14.50
TB325B LIEUT. GENERAL HENRY WILLIAM, LORD PAGET, EARL OF UXBRIDGE. (Commanding Allied Cavalry). £40 £14.50
QUATRE BRAS – WATERLOO 1815
TB332 THE 28th REGIMENT OF FOOT (THE GLOSTERS)
TB332A STANDING FIRING – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB332B STANDING READY – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB332C KNEELING READY – 6 figures. Two figures of each position  can be requested per box. £75 £32
TB332D SERGEANT  – with Pike. £15 £5.50
TB332E OFFICER £15 £5.50
TB332F SIDE DRUMMER £15 £5.50
TB332G COLOUR BEARER £15 £5.50
TB332H WOUNDED COLOUR BEARER – with Side Drummer assisting. £30 £11
TB332J  MOUNTED COLONEL OF 28th FOOT £40 £14.50
TB332k MORTALLY WOUNDED – 5 figures. £65 £27
TB333 THE 71st HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
TB333A STANDING FIRING – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB333B STANDING READY – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB333C KNEELING READY – 6 figures. Two figures of each position  can be requested per box. £75 £32
TB333D SERGEANT £15 £5.50
TB333E OFFICER £15 £5.50
TB333F ENSIGN  & KING’S COLOUR £15 £5.50
TB333G ENSIGN & REGTL. COLOUR £15 £5.50
TB333H COMMANDING OFFICER  –  mounted at attention (taking snuff). £40 £14.50
TB333J PIPER £15 £5.50
TB333K BUGLER £15 £5.50
TB333L MORTALLY WOUNDED – 5 figures. £65 £27
TB339 THE HIGHLAND SQUARE WATERLOO 1815 – CAMERON HIGHLANDERS also available as Gordons & Black Watch.
TB339A STANDING FIRING – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB339B STANDING AT READY – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB339C KNEELING AT READY – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB339D ADVANCING – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB339E OFFICER £15 £5.50
TB339F ENSIGN & KING’S COLOUR £15 £5.50
TB339G ENSIGN & REGTL. COLOUR £15 £5.50
TB339H MOUNTED OFFICER £40 £14.50
TB339J SERGEANT  – making thrust at French Hussar. £50 £20
TB339K PIPE MAJOR – being wounded by French Chasseur. £50 £20
TB339L MORTALLY WOUNDED – 5 figures. £65 £27
TB352 66th ( BERKSHIRE ) REGIMENT OF FOOT – ALBUERA 1811. An edition entitled  ‘The Flag’ from the painting by R. A. Wollen R. I. Nine individual figures & the two Colours £150 £75
BRITISH DRAGOONS UNION BRIGADE – WATERLOO 1815
TB352A TROOPERS CHARGING – 3 figures. £120 £43
TB352B TROOPERS – 1 charging. 2 different wounded. £120 £43
TB352C TRUMPETER  – charging. £40 £14.50
TB352D  OFFICER – charging. £40 £14.50
TB352E STANDARD BEARER – charging. £40 £14.50
 Tb352 6th INNISKILLING DRAGOONS
TB353A TROOPERS CHARGING – 3 figures. £120 £43
TB353B TROOPERS – 1 charging. 2 different wounded. £120 £43
TB353C TRUMPETER  – charging. £40 £14.50
TB353D  OFFICER – charging. £40 £14.50
TB353E STANDARD BEARER – charging. £40 £14.50
BRITISH HUSSARS – WATERLOO 1815.
TB359 7th HUSSARS
TB359A TROOPERS -3 charging. £120 £43
TB359B TROOPERS -2 charging and 1 wounded. £120 £43
TB359C OFFICER -charging. £40 £14.50
TB359D TRUMPETER -charging. £40 £14.50
 TB360 15th HUSSARS    
TB360A TROOPERS – 3 charging. £120 £43
TB360B TROOPERS – 2 charging and 1 wounded. £120 £43
TB360C OFFICER – charging.TB360D TRUMPETER – charging. £40 £14.50
 TB361 18th HUSSARS    
TB361A TROOPERS – 3 charging. £120 £43
TB361B TROOPERS – 2 charging and 1 wounded. £120 £43
TB361C OFFICER – charging. £40 £14.50
TB361D TRUMPETER – charging. £40 £14.50
TB362 10th HUSSARS    
TB362 TROOPERS – 3 charging. £120 £43
TB362B TROOPERS – 2 charging and 1 wounded. £120 £43
TB362C OFFICER – charging. £40 £14.50
TB362D TRUMPETER – charging. £40 £14.50
QUATRE  BRAS – WATERLOO 1815.    
TB370 This spectacular vignette is based on the painting by Vereker M. Hamilton R E .
PART 1 Consists of seventeen British Infantry in action defending the Colour, an Ensign is holding the tattered  Colour sword in hand. Add to this a dead French Hussar plus two mounted French Hussars attacking. Each base interlocks to form the complete diorama. £400 £150
PART 2 An exciting line of ten  charging 1st and 6th French Hussars. as Part 1 with our unique interlocking bases. £400 £150
TB366 ‘ SCOTLAND FOREVER’ Lady Elizabeth Butler’s sensational painting brought to life.Eighteen  individually mounted  figures.Each figure and its base fits together to make a diorama approx, 18 x 9 inches. £800 £300
TB373 CAPTURING THE  EAGLE  – BAROSSA.
Barossa – 5th March 1811 featuring the moment of triumph for Sergeant Patrick Masterton and his Regiment the 87th (Prince of Wales’ Irish). Masterton is shown holding aloft the captured Eagle with four other figures (French and British).   All bases fit together to form the vignette. £75 £35
TB378 “CHOSEN MEN ” 95th RIFLES.
A vignette  that owes its origin  to the Television series and the books by Bernard Cornwell  All the charactors are there, six in all.
£100 £40
MORTALLY WOUNDED BRITISH CAVALRY.
TB381A – Trooper with seperate dead horse – Scot’s Greys ( 2nd Dragoons, ) £40 £14.50
TB381B –      :          :        :           :       :     – 1st Royal Dragoons. £40 £14.50
TB381C –     :          :        :           :       :     –  6th Inniskilling Dragoons. £40 £14.50
TB381D –     :          :        :           :       :    – 1st Life Guards. £40 £14.50
TB381E –     :          :        :           :       :    –  Royal Horse Guards ( The Blues.) £40 £14.50
 TB382 THE DEFENCE OF HOUGOUMONT – WATERLOO 1815.
A  superb diorama of the closing of the gates at the height of the battle. Consists of a wall section and gates with firing platforms.
Size approx 15” x6” (370 x150 mm) 24 foot figures including Eagle Bearer, inspired by the painting by Robert Gibb.
£600 £150
(Figures and firing platform only)
TB382A – BRITISH  GUARDS  ADVANCING – OFFICER ,SERGEANT, GUARDSMAN. £45 £17
TB382B – FRENCH  ADVANCING – GRENADIER OR VOLTIGEUR – OFFICER – FALLING WOUNDED. £15 £5.50
TB382 DEFENCE OF HOUGOUMONT Part 2 ‘ GUARDS MAKE READY’
Fourteen figures of British Guardsmen in action consisting of a hastily assembled firing party commanded by a junior Officer and his Sergeant. The front rank in Kneel Fire position, second rank Standing Fire, Loading and At Ready, one wounded and one dead Guardsman ………. And a not overly amused farmyard hen.
All on it’s own base designed to butt up against Part 1, but equally capable of display by itself.
£250 £100
TB382 DEFENCE OF HOUGOUMONT Part 3 THE FRENCH ATTACK ’
Emerging from the copse, the infantry of Jerome Napoleon’s division fling themselves against the wall pierced with loopholes from which their attack suffered heavy losses. They tried repeatedly to force their way through the gates, during the attack Colonel Cubieres was mortally  wounded. Lieutenant Legros managed to force his way through only to be exterminated by the garrison.
Part 3 …………. Voltiguers sharp shooting at the loopholes whilst Grenadiers advance. Complete with its scenic base that butts up to the rear of Part 1 it consists of seventeen infantry figures in various advancing and firing positions. The mounted Colonel reels from the saddle mortally wounded. A Voltigeur, his grapple hook secured attempts to scale the wall; another is about to cast his……….
£350 £120
TB386 27th INNISKILLING REGT. OF FOOT – WATERLOO 1815.
TB386A STANDING READY – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB386B STANDING FIRE – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB386C KNEELING FIRE – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB386D KNEELING READY – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB386E STANDING LOAD – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB386F KNEELING LOAD – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB386G OFFICER £15 £5.50
TB386H OFFICER  FALLING WOUNDED £15 £5.50
TB386J MORTALLY WOUNDED – 5 figures. £65 £27
TB386K KING’S COLOUR £15 £5.50
TB386L REGT’L COLOUR £15 £5.50
TB386M  COLOUR SGT’S – 2 figures. £30 £11
TB386N SERGEANT £15 £5.50
TB386O DRUMMER £15 £5.50
TB386P MTD. COLONEL £40 £14.50
TB386Q FRENCH  CUIRASSIEUR DESPATCHED BY PVTE. £60 £20
TB386R FRENCH LANCER   DESPATCHED BY PVTE. £60 £20
TB386S PVTE. LEADING WOUNDED COMRADE £30 £11
TB386T STANDING  BITING CARTRIDGE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB386U STANDING EXTRACTING CARTRIDGE FROM CARTOUCHE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB386V KNEELING  BITING CARTRIDGE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB386W KNEELING EXTRACTING CARTRIDGE FROM CARTOUCHE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB386X WOUNDED 5 different positions of wounded privates. £75 £32
TB388 THE COLOUR 3rd 14th BUCKINGHAMSHIRE £20 £7.50
BRITISH WATERLOO & PENINSULAR LIGHT INFANTRY
TB390A  STANDING FIRING – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB390B STANDING READY –  6 figures. £75 £32
TB390C KNEELING READY – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB390D KNEELING FIRING – 6 figures £75 £32
TB390E STANDING LOAD ramming his rifle  – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB390F KNEELING LOAD – 6 figures £75 £32
TB390G MOUNTED OFFICER £40 £14.50
TB390H OFFICER  with drawn sword. £15 £5.50
TB390J OFFICER  pointing. £15 £5.50
TB390K OFFICER falling wounded. £15 £5.50
TB390L ENSIGN, KING’S COLOUR £15 £5.50
TB390M ENSIGN, REGT’L COLOUR £15 £5.50
TB390N SGT. MAJOR £15 £5.50
TB390O COLOUR SGTS. (2) £30 £11
TB390P SERGEANT £15 £5.50
TB390Q BUGLER £15 £5.50
TB390R STANDING PVTE. DESPATCHING FRENCH CAVALRYMAN £60 £20
TB390S KNEELING PVTE. BAYONETING FRENCH CAVALRYMAN £60 £20
TB390T PVTE. LEADING WOUNDED COMRADE £30 £11
TB390U MORTALLY WOUNDED – 5 figures. £65 £27
TB390V STANDING  BITING CARTRIDGE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB390W STANDING EXTRACTING CARTRIDGE FROM CARTOUCHE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB390X KNEELING  BITING CARTRIDGE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB390Y KNEELING EXTRACTING CARTRIDGE FROM CARTOUCHE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB390Z  WOUNDED 5 different positions of wounded privates. £65 £27
TB391 “PENINSULAR FORAGING”
This figure tells its own story . Napoleonic soldiers of all armies had to forage to survive. Wellington ’s Army was no exception.
The Sergeant is bringing winter cheer, between hard campaigning.
£20 £7
TB393 PENINSULAR INCIDENT
TB394 STUMBLING HORSE & RIDER
FRENCH CAVALRY REGTS. – TWO RIDER POSITIONS  – A OR B AVAILABLE AS FOLLOWS :-
1 – CARBINEER,  2 – EMPRESS DRAGOON,  3 – RED LANCERS,  4 – POLISH LANCERS,  5 – CHASSEUR A CHEVAL,
6 – GRENADIER A CHEVAL,  7 – HUSSAR,  8 – CUIRASSIER.
£40 £14.50
TB396 ‘ RUNNING UP THE COLOUR’ – BADAJOZ 1812
The 45th Nottinghamshire Regiment claim to be the first to enter the French held fortress.Lieutenant Macpherson was one the first attackers over the wall and succeeded in pulling down the French Tricolour.Not having a Union Flag to hoist in its place, the Officer took off his red coatee and ran that up instead. This feat is commemorated on the 6th of April each year when red jackets are flown on Regimental
flag staffs and at Nottingham Castle .  TB396 is a spirited vignette with Lt.Macpherson in shirtsleeves a sergeant and a wounded private of the 45th ‘Cheering the Colour.’
Complete with flag pole and coatee and with interlocking flag stone base.
£60 £30
TB397 THE STORMING OF BADAJOZ – 1812
When they stormed and entered the fortress,Corporal Kelly was the first man to jump from the ramparts, killing a French Colonel as he did so….. Our diorama shows the 45th at the height of the action………scaling ladders and boarding parties, Cpl. Kelly having despatched one unlucky Frenchman is about to confront his Colonel.
This is a large piece approx. 18×18” by 18” high. Considerable study, work on the masters ensures clarity of detail and animation……..
£1000 £300
(Figures only)
‘ONE FOR THE POT’
TB399B RIFLEMAN 60th FOOT (ROYAL AMERICAN) including victim. £20 £7
TB400 ‘GORDON’S AND THE GREY’S’
“It was squadrons at the gallop (Gawd the ‘orses!) An’ the Gordons makin’ ‘ istry with the Greys, It was brimstone, ‘ail an’ fire……….”
Inspired by the painting in the Scottish United Services Museum , Edinburgh we decided to produce a series of vignettes, sculptured as closely as possible to the original by Stanley Berkeley that could if required,end as a complete diorama.
  PART 1 captures the action and heroic spirit of this famous charge at Waterloo . The centrepiece of the picture is a Scots Grey’s Officer at full gallop with a Gordon hanging on to his stirrup leaping over a fallen Cuirassieur and his stricken horse. £100 £40
  PART 2 a dismounted Cuirassiur with his fallen horse; the Frenchman is firing his pistol, he is about to be sabred by a Scot’s Grey’s Trooper. £80 £30
  PART 3 Sergeant Ewart, Scot’s Grey’s, with the captured Eagle of the French 45th Infantry.Ewart is exchanging blows with a mounted Cuirassier attempting to recapture the Eagle; meanwhile a Gordon clutching his stirrup is reeling backwards having been shot by the Cuirassier in PART 2. £100 £40
  PART 4 Twelve Highlanders advancing, including Ensign with Regimental Colour and Two Colour Sergeants.All the bases fit together
and are designed to fit curves and to butt-up against Parts 1, 2, and 3.This completes the diorama.Parts 2 and 3 need  extra interlocking pieces to join preceeding Parts together.
£180 £80
       
TB404 BRITISH LIGHT COY. “SHARPSHOOTERS”
TB404A STANDING FIRING – 6 figures £75 £32
TB404B KNEELING FIRING – 6 figures £75 £32
TB404C STANDING READY – 6 figures £75 £32
TB404D KNEELING READY – 6 figures £75 £32
TB404E KNEELING LOAD – 6  figures £75 £32
TB404F STANDING LOAD – 6 figures £75 £32
TB404G SERGEANT – POINTING, and at READY – 2 figures £30 £11
TB404H OFFICER £15 £5.50
TB409 TB409 QUATRE BRAS “ THE  BLACK  WATCH AT BAY ”

Inspired by the painting of  W. B. Wollen R. I. in the Black Watch Museum , Perth , Scotland , it depicts the 42nd Highland Regt.being attacked by French Lancers of the Line. “On horses foam-flecked by the fury of their charge,Kellermann’s Cavalry circle a Highland square, fighting desperately, standing in the Rye ”.

Utilising our unique interlocking system, the various parts provide an exciting vignette.

  PART 1 A Black Watch Officer and three standing Highlanders, one in defence and two firing £60 £22
  PART 2 In the immediate foreground a fallen trumpeter of French Lancers – still holding his trumpet aloft, lies alongside his wounded horse while a kneeling Highlander waits on guard. £60 £20
  PART 3 An Officer of the 5th Regt.of French Lancers charges his mount full-tilt sending one Highlander reeling, whilst another lunges  with the bayonet.At their feet lies a fallen comrade….. his duty done. £90 £35
  PART 4 A French Officer of Lancers stampedes his horse into the rear of the battered square, a Highlander is almost bowled over ……….A Sergeant with Pike moves in defence! £75 £25
  PART 5 A French Lancer is reeling back in the saddle, having been shot by a Highlander in Part 1, meantime a
wounded 42nd Drummer wonders if he will miss being trampled underfoot by the lancers startled horse.
£60 £22
  PART 6 More Highlanders in action, seven figures in all, Standing Ready, Kneeling, Reeling back and a crawling
Highlander bowled over by the horse in Part 3
£120 £45
  PART 7 A French Lancer, lance lowered charges ‘ Hell for Leather ’ at the rapidly closing side of the square as the others stand firm.
A Highlander from Part 1 takes aim intent on stopping him. Another Highlander falls backwards from the impact
of the French Officer’s horse in  Part 4. A Highlander takes aim to bring him down, another desperately primes
the pan of his musket……..
£90 £35
BRITISH LINE INFANTRY PENINSULAR WARS 1808-1814
TB415A Privates marching/advancing:- 6 figures £75 £32
TB415B Officer marching/advancing £15 £5.50
TB415C Sergeant marching/advancing £15 £5.50
TB415D Colours Bearer -King’s £15 £5.50
TB415E Colours Bearer -Regtl. £15 £5.50
TB415F Drummer marching, playing £15 £5.50
TB415G Drummer marching, drum at rest £15 £5.50
TB415H Drum Major marching £15 £5.50
TB415J Colonel – mounted £40 £14.50
TB415K Privates advancing ‘On Guard’ :- 6 figures £75 £32
TB415L Privates advancing ‘At Ready’ :- 6 figures £75 £32
TB415M Privates ‘Standing Fire’ :- 6 figures £75 £32
TB415N Privates ‘Kneel Fire’ :- 6 figures £75 £32
TB415O Privates advancing :- 2 falling wounded, 2 ‘On Guard’, 2 ‘At Ready’ £75 £32
TB415P Officer falling back wounded, :- Centre or Grenadier Coy. £15 £5.50
TB415Q Officer falling on knees wounded, :- Light Coy. £15 £5.50
TB415R Sergeant advancing dressing line, Centre or Grenadier Coy. £15 £5.50
TB415S Sergeant  advancing, Light Coy. £15 £5.50
TB415T Privates advancing, Light Coy. Skirmish line, 1 of each :- ‘On Guard’, ‘At Ready’, ‘Stand Fire’, £45 £17
TB416 ‘OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY’
utilizes figures from TB415 the choice of Regiment is yours. The terrain is moulded in resin and hand painted and measures 28″x15″x 8″ high. The Regiment is represented by 41 figures, fifes and drums, the Colours, Colonel, Light company skirmishers, Grenadier company, and just into view the beginning of the Centre company. A French observer is close at hand……
£900 £300
(Figures only)
TB417 utilizes figures from TB418 :- 79th Cameron’s, 42nd Black Watch and 92nd Gordon’s are available the choice of Regiment is yours. The terrain is moulded in resin and hand painted and measures 28″x15″x 8″ high. The Regiment is represented by 41 figures, pipes and drums, the Colours, Colonel, Light company skirmishers, Grenadier company, and just into view the beginning of the Centre company. A French observer is close at hand…… £900 £300
(Figures only)
TB418 HIGHLAND INFANTRY PENINSULAR WARS 1808-1814

HIGHLAND INFANTRY 1808-1814 – Suitable as marching column or as battle positions.

TB418A Privates marching/advancing:- 6 figures £75 £32
TB418B Officer marching/advancing £15 £5.50
TB418C Sergeant marching/advancing £15 £5.50
TB418D Colours Bearer -King’s £15 £5.50
TB418E Colours Bearer –Regtl £15 £5.50
TB418f Drummer marching, playing £15 £5.50
TB418g Drummer marching, drum at rest £15 £5.50
TB418H Piper marching £15 £5.50
TB418J Drum Major marching £40 £14.50
TB418K Colonel – mounted £40 £14.50
TB418L Privates advancing ‘On Guard’ :- 6 figures £75 £32
TB418M Privates advancing ‘At Ready’ :- 6 figures £75 £32
TB418N Privates ‘Standing Fire’ :- 6 figures £75 £32
TB418O Privates ‘Kneel Fire’ :- 6 figures £75 £32
TB418P Privates advancing :- 2 falling wounded, 2 ‘On Guard’, 2 ‘At Ready’ £75 £32
TB418PQ Officer falling back wounded, :- Centre or Grenadier Coy. £15 £5.50
TB418R Officer falling on knees wounded, :- Light Coy. £15 £5.50
TB418S Sergeant advancing dressing line, Centre or Grenadier Coy. £15 £5.50
TB418T sergeant advancing, Light Coy. £15 £5.50
TB418U Privates advancing, Light Coy. Skirmish line, 1 of each :- ‘On Guard’, ‘At Ready’, ‘Stand Fire’, £45 £17
TB419 ‘PENINSULAR MARCHING ORDER’   WELLINGTON ’S FOOT ARTILLERY £250 £120
ARMY OF THE ELECTORATE OF HANOVER – WATERLOO 1815.  FELD BATAILLON VERDEN
TB421A   STANDING FIRING – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB421B   STANDING READY –  6 figures. £75 £32
TB421C   KNEELING READY – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB421D   KNEELING FIRING – 6 figures £75 £32
TB421E   STANDING LOAD ramming his rifle  – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB421F   KNEELING LOAD – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB421G   MOUNTED OFFICER. * £40 £14.50
TB421H   OFFICER with drawn sword. * £15 £5.50
TB421J   OFFICER Loading pistol.  * £15 £5.50
TB421K   OFFICER falling wounded. £15 £5.50
TB421L   OFFICER Pointing , with drawn sword. *** £15 £5.50
TB421M  ENSIGN, REGT’L COLOUR . * £15 £5.50
TB421N   COLOUR SGTS. (2}. * £30 £11
TB421O   SERGEANT . £15 £5.50
TB421P   SERGEANT with rifle. ** £15 £5.50
TB421Q   BUGLER or  Drummer. £15 £5.50
TB421R   STANDING PVTE. DESPATCHING FRENCH CAVALRYMAN £60 £20
TB421S   KNEELING PVTE. BAYONETING FRENCH CAVALRYMAN £60 £20
TB421T   PVTE. LEADING WOUNDED COMRADE £30 £11
TB421U   MORTALLY WOUNDED – 5 figures. £65 £27
TB421V   STANDING BITING CARTRIDGE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB421W   STANDING EXTRACTING CARTRIDGE FROM CARTOUCHE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB421X   KNEELING BITING CARTRIDGE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB421Y   KNEELING EXTRACTING CARTRIDGE FROM CARTOUCHE, – 6 figures. £75 £32
TB421Z   WOUNDED 5 different positions of wounded privates. £65 £32
VB1 ‘The Union Forever’(English, Scots, Irish)
Three animated mounted horsemen immortalising  the famous charge of the Union Brigade at Waterloo .
1st Royal Dragoons, 2nd Scots Greys, 6th Inniskillings …… with interlocking bases.
In the centre an Inniskilling Sergeant Major brandishes his sword, on his left rides a Trooper of Scots Greys, on the right a 1st Royal cuts down a French Voltigeur.
£135 £50
VBFG “NOW MAITLAND! NOW’S YOUR TIME!” THE FIRST FOOTGUARDS AT WATERLOO .
The 3rd Regiment Chasseurs a Pied of the Imperial Guard marched up the slope towards the Allied position, drums were beating the ‘ pas de charge’ and with arms presented and the Eagles lifted  high they marched with measured step as if on parade.
At this time no man in the British Foot Guards was visible to the advancing French. They had been ordered to lie down in the thick wheat on the reverse side of the slope, under the crest of the ridge.
As the advancing columns neared the Duke shouted, “ Now Maitland! Now’s your time”, and the Foot Guards stood up as one man, before the French could properly deploy, they fired volley after volley into the dense enemy mass with devastating effect. For some time the bewildered French remained almost stationary under this murderous fusillade. Maitland, then ordered the 1st Foot Guards to charge with the bayonet forcing the French down the slope in confusion.

Consists of eighteen Guardsmen of the Grenadier company deployed in line in two ranks, Officer, Sergeant and side drummer. The Duke of Wellington is mounted on Copenhagen , shouting his famous order to Sir Peregrine Maitland who is shown mounted on his favorite hunter.
The terrain features part of the crest, with its trampled wheat and slope falling towards the oncoming French.
A  Red Lancer lies crumpled by his dead horse, elsewhere a  dead French Carabinier lies with sightless eyes towards the sky. The fore ground is littered with appropriate battle debris.

£550 £200
(Figures only)
VP1 ‘FORWARD THE COLOURS’
27th INNISKILLING 1808- 1814…… PENINSULA, ALBUERA , BADAJOZ , SALAMANCA , VITTORIA , ORTHES
Tattered, bullet holed, somewhat torn and grimed with dust and hard campaigning the Colours are proud and seasoned like the Regiment, Wellington ’s men veterans of the Peninsula campaign.
  PART ONE – Captures the moment of battle, Ensigns carry the King’s and Regimental Colours flanked by their two Colour Sergeants …… featuring our unique interlocking bases. £75 £25
  PART 2A – Right flank, consists of  five individual fully animated advancing Privates { two of which are are wounded } led by an Officer with drawn sword. Interlocking pieces are included to fit Part 1. £75 £30
  PART 2B – Left flank, again five different character figures advancing to complete this exciting vignette.
OTHER REGIMENTS OF THE LINE THAT FOUGHT WITH WELLINGTON CAN BE PRODUCED TO ORDER.
£75 £30
VP2 ‘ FOLLOWING THE DRUM
Our vignette is of a very fortunate Light Dragoon being comforted and nursed by his lady, having survived the latest skirmish during Wellington ’s campaigns in the Peninsula . Featuring its own scenic resin base
£50 £20
VP61 THE 61st FOOT AT SALAMANCA 1812 PRIVATES CRAWFORD and coulson with the colours £40 £15
VS2 SHARPE’S EAGLE
Sharpe and Sergeant Harper are caught in the act of capturing the Eagle of Napoleons Dutch Regiment in French service as vividly described by the author.
A six figure vignette with interlocking bases.
£90 £40
V60 60th RIFLES { ROYAL AMERICAN } – WELLINGTON ’S FINEST.
features five 60th riflemen in various skirmish positions, with number six determined to take no hassle from a French Voltigeur.
Provided with its own scenic resin
£100 £50