Infantry

Charging Musketeers

Charging Musketeers

These active poses with raised legs can only be cast with ‘runners’ supporting and feeding metal to the lifted limb. The ‘runner’ is designed to be cut off easily with a set of straight line cutters but care should be taken when doing this so that the figure is not damaged.

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Trail-arms Musketeers

Trail-arms Musketeers

This is the classic ‘at the double’ pose for the Prussian army of this period. The men were trained to advance this way until they reached the point where they were needed on the battlefield. They would then form up and advance in the usual ‘march-attack’ poses or advance with levelled muskets if in close proximity to the enemy. These figures never sell in large quantities but should from part of any Prussian collection. Note that some assembly is required with these figures as the musket needs to be glued to the figure.

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Advancing Musketeers

Advancing Musketeers

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Six Prussian musketeers in march-attack poses.
P22 Six Prussian musketeers in march-attack poses

P22 Six Prussian musketeers in march-attack poses

£7.20

Six Prussian musketeers in march-attack poses. Two are head turn variants, two wear forage caps, one is bare-headed and the last has a bandaged head.
P23 Six Prussian musketeers in march-attack poses var.2

P23 Six Prussian musketeers in march-attack poses var.2

£7.20



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