Complete collection as of Jan. 24, 2010
This is my collection of 25mm Napoleonics, gathered off and on for the past 30 years.
Almost all of the French.
This is a complete corps of French.
Corps command, with corps artillery battery of 12 pounders
Three infantry divisions of 12 infantry battalions and one artillery battery each
(organized into two brigades of two regiments each, three battalions per regiment)
One cavalry division of four regiments of light cavalry
Brigade and division commanders (the cavalry division commander is Lasalle)
5th Hussars and 11th Chasseurs, plus commander
from the Dave Allsop limited edition Old Glory boxed set
Old Guard Grenadiers
Mirliton French infantry
A Brigade of Front Rank French infantry
An entire division painted by myself
Light cavalry division
5th and 8th Hussars
11th and 16th Chasseurs
A brigade of French infantry from Glory! games
These were sculpted, cast and painted in China
The Glory! figures are cast to fit in pre-cut wooden bases,
with a magnet glued into a hole in the bottom of the figure to
keep them in place and allow casualty removal.
For me, it's a pain in the ass.
A Bavarian brigade. I still need to add Light infantry and Chevaux-leger
(Infantry painted a very long time ago by Steve Miller)
Front Rank cavalry, Cuirassiers and 1809 Carabiniers
Collection of various French generals, including Napoleon.
Beautiful Napoleonics painted by Ed Phillips 30 years ago
Dragoons from Ed Phillips - notice the pinned swords
A close-up of Ed's infantry
Oops! I need to be careful when handling figures with pins as weapons.
It is sometimes painful to play with antiques like this.
(but worth it)
An entire division of old Minifigs
I don't know who painted them, but he did a good job
Mirliton artillery limbers, the best
Napoleon oversees my French artillery
The mounted band! (painted by Steve Miller)
The Foundry vignette of Napoleon and his staff.
I just stuck them all on the same base.
The entire Austrian collection
Ed Phillips painted Austrians
A close up of the band
Austrian cavalry; dragoons, Cuirassier, Hussars and Uhlans
Old Glory Austrian infantry
The British, 15 battalions of infantry, 3 artillery batteries and two cavalry regiments
Some of this collection was painted by Peter Gilder
David Jones gave me his Prussians. I added some figures and
contacted Ian Hinds to cast them for me as they are all Hinchliffe
This is all of the misc. crap that I don't use
Except for that Austrian general for the Phillips troops...found it!
There seems to be a large amount of British cavalry...include some Scots Greys
The 95th rifle figures just don't look good enough
Those are Empress Dragoons on the right. They look good, but are way too small to fit in.
I have lots of spare cavalry figures and artillery bits.