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Upcoming Release: British Peninsula Dragoons

Upcoming Release: British Peninsula Dragoons

Here are the renders for the British Peninsula dragoons in bicorn.

This uniform was in use up to 1812 but probably carried on into 1813 due to sporadic supply issues with all armies during the Napoleonic wars (regulations and actual practice are very different even in today’s armies)

The differences in this uniform are the shoulder wings and horizontal bars of lace across the chest. They do not have the striped girdle under the sword belt and the cuffs are different. We have done two sets of arms for this set to represent the British regiments and the Kings German Legion (they have a pointed cuff with chevrons of lace above it)

We have also included two options for the sword scabbard by itself or sword scabbard and sabretache. The sabretache was issued in 1812 to the heavy cavalry but again probably took a while to get to the troops, but is there for completeness.The officer has a choice of bicorn or cylindrical shako with cords.

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Keep checking our facebook page for updates. Alternatively, you can view the existing napoleonic range-here.

 

4 Responses

Brandon R Chamberlain

Brandon R Chamberlain

October 24, 2021

Gorgeous! I’m really looking forward to these British Dragoons!

alfonso jou

alfonso jou

October 15, 2021

hola amigos para cuando los dragones peninsulares gracias

alfonso jou

alfonso jou

October 15, 2021

hola amigos para cuando los dragones peninsulares gracias

Douglas Crabtree

Douglas Crabtree

September 28, 2021

These figures are simply stunning and take wargaming figures to a new level. The dynamic poses give them endless possibilities on the tabletop or in dioramas and will be a joy to paint as were the Guard Lancers. I’m especially excited about these being for the Peninsula war and can hardly wait to add these to my collection. Well done Victrix! and thank you for the article on figure design and manufacture which was very interesting to know how much effort goes into making the little armies we love.

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