|Prince of Orange and assorted hangers on. |
Lovely Perry figures witha few Foundry thrown in as well.
However they resonated with me till this day.
So I have always endeavoured to try and make the command stands in my armies a little bit more animated than normal bases with a wider selection of figures whenever possible. There is no doubt that figures of today, though beautiful and well designed still do not have that massed animated style of the Connoisseur or Elite figures when viewed "en masse". So the Command bases give a little scope for imagination.
|Another view of the Prince of Orange - great figure.|
A few of us decided a few years ago to start a concerted effort into preparing a large collection of 1815 Napoleonics for the 200th anniversary in 2015. The efforts have borne a good deal of fruit so far.
|General Perporcher on foot with map,General Baron de Constant Rebecque|
|Another view showing the arrival of dispatches and staff.|
The command stands are progressing well also.
|Old favourite - Saxe-Weimar. This command base was fortunate enough to find |
its way into General De Brigade De Luxe
|The Duke of Brunswick - as I recall in this picture |
wondering where his Leib Hussars had gotten themselves to!!
|Brunswick Brigadier and Leib Hussar messenger|