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PA11: 40mm Scale 18th Century Cavalry Man mould

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  • PA11 18th Century Cavalry Man blister
  • 18th Century Cavalry Man
  • Prussian uniform of 1756
  • Swedish uniform of 1709
  • English uniform of 1750
  • 40mm scale chart
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SKU:
PA11
UPC:
0735930000119
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.25 KGS
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Description

Cavalry are mounted soldiers that often are used to outflank or scout enemy positions or chase down disorganised infantry.

This is a vulcanised black rubber mould that can be reused hundreds of times. The figures can be painted in the uniforms of 1700-1760 for England, France, Sweden, Prussia and Russia.

The master figures were initially carved out of wood and still retain some features of a wood carving. Many of these were re-made, as Karoliners, when we moved over to rubber moulds which could produce more rounded figures.

These early flats are quite hard to cast and require more of the detail to be 'painted in' than our more modern series.

This semi-flat range was remodelled as more rounded figures. The more rounded equivalent for this figure is PAS931.

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  • Chirs Salander - 16th Sep 2015

    5
    The Best Dragoon

    If you have the older version of this mold, get rid of it and buy this one! The old horse was sick, with ill-defined details and letters scratched on its belly. And no carbine. This new figure has a healthy horse with lots of good detail, no brands, and a long gun, showing that this guy is a dragoon! After you vent the sword tip, and maybe the hooves and tail, this mold casts well over and over again.

1 Review

  • Chirs Salander - 16th Sep 2015

    5
    The Best Dragoon

    If you have the older version of this mold, get rid of it and buy this one! The old horse was sick, with ill-defined details and letters scratched on its belly. And no carbine. This new figure has a healthy horse with lots of good detail, no brands, and a long gun, showing that this guy is a dragoon! After you vent the sword tip, and maybe the hooves and tail, this mold casts well over and over again.

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