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Prussian Uniform Plate 85
Prussian Uniform Plate 142
Prussian Uniform Plate 163
F3 Grenadiers in campaign dress
F6 Grenadiers in campaign dress
F9 Grenadiers in campaign dress
P10 Mounted officers in Kollets
P13 Trail arms poses foot officers in Kollets
F24 Four grenadiers in march-attack poses
F27 Four grenadiers in march-attack poses
F30 Four grenadiers in march-attack poses.
Prussian Uniform Plate 1
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This set of figures is based on Edouard Detaille's sketch of French line infantry marching in Belgium in 1815 (see above). All the figures are in campaign dress. They wear their coats with the front flaps buttoned back to allow greater freedom of movement while on the march. Other sources have been used to provide the accurate historical information required for items of uniform and equipment. The more important ones worth mentioning are the Rousselot plates, the Bucquoy uniform cards and the Rigo (Le Plumet) plates.View Route March Range
The figures in this range are designed to be suitable for the late Empire period, 1813-15. Although the Bardin regulation uniform is often described as the 1812 uniform, very few formations received these uniforms before 1813.View French Range