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Battle of Aliwal 1846

Battle of Aliwal 1846
By Michael Perry

Thursday, 9 June 2011

Indian Mutiny

Hi guy's
Some shots of the Mutiny figures collected last week from the War office this was a natural extension of the Sikh war collection and will be 300 to 400 figures strong.


Mob on the rampage.

These figures are by Old Glory not a company that I have had any figures from before but having seen them on the Iron Brigade's fantastic table at Carronade decided that they would fit in with the foundry figure's quite well.

Foundry mutineers these have stood the test of time great sculpts by the Perry Twins.

Guy at the back with raised sword is a mutineer miniature.

Building's from Touching History sandbags  bought last week in Glasgow these are very handy.

Sikhs this time on the side of the British.

Again all figures painted by The War Office.

Another shot of the Sikhs.

I have decided to have a few units in close formation and the rest individually based.

I love the atmosphere of the mutiny having read a number of books on this pretty amazing that the British held on to India for so long.

bringing up the guns.


Last shot.
Thanks for taking the time to have a look.

4 comments:

  1. So presumably you'll have the whole lot finished by weekend?

    ;O)

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  2. Crazey Joe,
    No hurry with this one,War Office currently working on the Mutiny /Crimean war and AWI with Jame's Roach finishing the punic wars towards the end of the year hopefully.

    Captain, Thanks again for your kind words always good to have some encouragement,Love the new look of your blog.

    Cheers
    Willie

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