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PA26: 40mm Scale 18th Century Cavalry trumpeter mould

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  • PA26 18th Century Cavalry trumpeter blister
  • 18th Century Cavalry trumpeter
  • French uniform of 1724
  • 18th Century Cavalry trumpeter mould
  • 40mm scale chart
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SKU:
PA26
UPC:
0735930000263
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.25 KGS
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Description

This is a 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 when we moved over to rubber moulds which could produce more rounded figures (Karoliners).

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

This figure was used as the basis for the figure in the shield of the Prince August Logo. This semi-flat range was remodelled as more rounded figures. The more rounded equivalent for this figure is PAS932.

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  • mennok - 17th Jun 2015

    5
    awesome pose!

    well, somebody just has to give this mould a 5 star rate, for the sculpting and pose are fabulous!

    for the generation who begun casting in the seventies and early eighties, the miniatures designed by holger eriksson where the ones to fall in love with. for me, this one in particular, together with a couple others, was the one standing out. it reflects royalty, drama, all classic "movie-like" pose, you can hear the trumpet blare!
    somehow also an ideal pose to use in front of (selfmade) castles, just like the old PA leaflets showed indeed :)

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  • mennok - 17th Jun 2015

    5
    awesome pose!

    well, somebody just has to give this mould a 5 star rate, for the sculpting and pose are fabulous!

    for the generation who begun casting in the seventies and early eighties, the miniatures designed by holger eriksson where the ones to fall in love with. for me, this one in particular, together with a couple others, was the one standing out. it reflects royalty, drama, all classic "movie-like" pose, you can hear the trumpet blare!
    somehow also an ideal pose to use in front of (selfmade) castles, just like the old PA leaflets showed indeed :)

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