Save 15% on these 5 sets of these 54mm scale Napoleonic moulds. Each one has three moulds in each set.
The Napoleonic Wars (1803-15) were a series of wars declared against Napoleon's French Empire by opposing coalitions. As a continuation of the wars sparked by the French Revolution of 1789, they revolutionised European armies and played out on an unprecedented scale, mainly owing to the application of modern mass conscription. French power rose quickly as Napoleon's armies conquered much of Europe but collapsed rapidly after France's disastrous invasion of Russia in 1812. Napoleon's empire ultimately suffered complete military defeat resulting in the restoration of the Bourbon monarchy in France.
This series of moulds is designed to enable you to create a variety of Napoleonic figures in "off-duty" poses. It contains civilians as well as military subjects. Also in the mould sets are a variety of accessories such as furniture , bottles, plates, etc which will enable you to create a range of dioramas depicting the Napoleonic soldier at ease rather than at war. The accessories are designed to depict either a scene in an inn or a military encampment or bivouac. The soldiers themselves are wearing the 1805 uniforms though a little adaptation could alter them into soldiers from any part of the Napoleonic era. Similarly, the civilians, which will include men, women and children in various poses can represent people at any period from 1800 to around 1815.
PA80-21: Three moulds to make a dragoon, infantryman and assorted accessories.
PA80-22: Three moulds to make a infantryman, women, boy, extra arms and assorted accessories.
PA80-23: Three moulds to make a Gentleman, woman with child, animals and assorted accessories.
PA80-24: Three moulds to make a Chasseurs à Cheval (Campaign Dress, 4th Regiment) + hat and 2 French Line Infantrymen 1805.
PA80-25: Three moulds to make a Wounded Soldier being attended by a field doctor and a nurse.
An epic film...enjoy!
An epic film...
An epic film...
An epic film!
This is the best part of the film...the last march of the old ...
History The battle of waterloo. Napoleon v Wellington.