Saturday, February 25, 2012

17TH-early 18TH Century Sale

Hi all

I am continuing the rationalisation of my wargame miniatures collection.

Find below a sale of interest to people wargaming in the 17th and early 18th century as well 1/72 scale (20mm). Shipping is handled by the buyer.

1/72 Polish and Ottoman Miniatures Painted (most based some not based, rebasing easy)

18 Ottoman Cavalry (Zvezda) 40$
43 Jannisaries (Zvezda) 35 $
6 Polish Hussars (Zvezda) 20$
22 Cossacks (Strelets) 15$
1 Coassack Gun and Crew (Strelets) 5$
11 Russian Streltsy painted as Polish foot (Zvezda)15$

1/72 Polish and Ottoman Miniatures Unpainted

10 Polish Hussars (Zvezda) 5$ (or free with the painted Hussars)
35 Russian Streltsy (Zvezda) 5$ (or free with the painted Streltsy)
Mint box of Ottoman Cavalry 5$ (or free with the painted Ottomans)
Mint of Ottoman Jannisaries 5$ (or free with the painted Ottomans)

All miniature stuff 50$ SOLD

Here are some pictures

Monday, February 13, 2012

They Have Arrived! WAS

They are here!

My order from Freikorp 15/QRF has arrived!

I do not have time to take a detailed look at them due to work, but I should be able to show some mock ups of units after the weekend. Here is a picture of the stuff out of the box!

I shall start the WAS project after I finish the DBA Polybian Roman I am currently painting.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Thursday, February 2, 2012

DBA IV/61 Venetian Italian Condotta

A Happy new month to you all!

Since the holiday break I have not painted much. I am waiting for my 18th century order, and trying to learn Prussia's Glory II. I have also played a lot of Arkham Horror with friends.

That said I do have an army to show you! This is an Italian Condotta army representing Venetian forces in the First Ottoman-Venetian War.

The majority of units are Mirlton and they are a treat! The "Greek" stradiots are Essex.

The Flags of the army represent the Venetian Republic, the family of D'Este (one of who was a commander in the first campaigns, the Loredan family (a scion was the overall commadenr) and the Mocenigo family (A later overall commander and Doge).

The army is heavy in light cavalry and light troops to represent the more mobile warfare the Venetians waged against stronger Ottoman armies.

The Army Arrayed
From the back
Knights and Command Element

Another view
Other Knights
"Greek" Stradioti
Light Infantry