Gallery



Thought I would just include a gallery of some of my Classic Wargaming units for ease of reference for visitors to the blog...

Below: The Pils Holstein Infantry Regiment: Stadden figures. A "Charge" 4-company regiment.



Below: More Stadden figures - The Erbprinz Regiment... a direct copy of the unit featured in "Charge", with just two exceptions - I included the 3rd drummer (whereas Peter Young shows only 2 in the book), to conform with the 3 company regimental structure. And secondly, I stuck with the 3 company structure, whereas the original PY unit had a Light Company as well.


Below: The Saxe Coburg Regiment... in their glorious claret and blue uniforms. Stadden figures.
Note the regimental mascot, "Mortimer", a Gripping Beast figure.


The Innsbruchen Infantrie Regt - Spencer Smith figures. A 4-company "Charge" based regiment.


Now, the same unit in it's alternative organisational structure for "The Wargame" rules, seen here alongside The Battenburg Regiment and The Leibgarde regiment...




Below: a company of The Constantinov Regiment. Stadden figures.


Now for the Light Infantry - a company of Garde Jagers.





Above and Below: Artillery batteries deployed for action. Again based on those artillery batteries featured in "Charge", using the anachronistic Stadden Napoleonic RHA figures.

 
Below: The Kronenbrau Kuirassiers. Holger Erikkson figures.
 
Chevaliers de Rouen, also Holger Erikkson figures.
 
The Marchmont Dragoons (my version of the Dragoons of Montmort from "Charge"). Again, Holger Erikkson figures.



 
 
 And now, various action scenes...
 








6 comments:

Heinz-Ulrich von Boffke said...

You've done it again, Phil! I'm speechless.

Best Regards,

Stokes

Chris Gregg said...

Absolutely brilliant Phil, thank you.
Chris

Prince Lupus said...

The clue's in the title - "Classic".

Phil Olley said...

Thank you. It's a pleasure to share. I enjoyed the trawl through all my old pictures. Very therapeutic!
Phil

Graham said...

I take my tricorne off to you, sir! What's your secret?

Neil Moulden said...

Even though I've seen these photo's before, it's always nice to come back for some more inspiration.
Cheers.
Neil.