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This part of the blog wil consist of:

A) a list of manufacturers of French Revolutionary figures
B) a list of figures per country for this period
C) comparison pictures of figures I have

If possible these list will include the period up to 1801 so will include the landings in Holland, the Russian participation in Italy and Switzerland and the Egyptian campaign.
This, although I myself concentrate on the earlier 1792-1796 campaigns.

If you have any additions, please let me know.

A) MANUFACTURERS OF FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY FIGURES 
in 28mm
- Eureka Miniatures: www.eurekamin.com.au - French, Austrian, Russian
- Trent Miniatures: viawww.northstarfigures.com - French (incl Vendee), Austrian, Russian, British, Irish, Caribbean,
- Brigadegames: www.brigadegames.com - French (incl Egypt), Turkish, British
- Great War Miniatures: viawww.northstarfigures.com - Russian in Potemkin uniform1786-1796, Swedish for the same period
- Reiver Castings: via www.reivercastings.com - British 1792-1800, Vendee
- Eagle figures: via http://eaglefigures.co.uk/ - French,
- Dixon: via http://www.dixon-minis.com/ - French in Egypt
- Perry figures: via https://www.perry-miniatures.com/ -  French in Egypt, British in Egypt, South Africa and India
- Mirliton: via http://www.mirliton.it - in their Napoleonic range are early Austrian and early French figures

in 15mm
- Miniatures figurines: via www.miniaturefigurines.co.uk - French (incl some Egypt), British, India and in Napoleonic range some early (1799) Napoleonic figures eg Austrian in helmet
- Two Dragons production: via: www.miniaturefigurines.co.uk - British 1796 onwards for India, Egypt and Europe
- AB figures: via http://abfigures.com/ - Austrian 1792-1800 and Russians 1799-1800



B) LIST OF 28mm FIGURES PER COUNTRY 

FRANCE                                                      



AUSTRIA                                                    



RUSSIA                                                        

Eureka: 28mm in 1797-1803 uniform
- line musketeers (in various coats-with or without lapels)
- line fusileers (in various coats-with or without lapels)
- line grenadiers (in various coats-with or without lapels)
- jagers
- cossacks (mouted and dismounted)
remark: a great range

Trent Miniatures: 28mm in 1797-1803 uniform
- line musketiers
- line grenadiers
remark: small range

Great War Miniatures: 28mm in 1786-1796 uniform (Potemkin)
- line musketiers
- line grenadiers
remark: small range

PRUSSIA                                                       



BRITISH                                                        



NETHERLANDS                                          
Up to now, no range available for the Dutch Republic (1792-1795) although some regiments/troops can be made of available figures of other ranges
For the Batavian Republic (1795-1806), French can be used

SWEDISH                                       



GERMAN STATES                                       



VARIOUS                                                       





C) COMPARISON OF FIGURES

As I have various figures of different manufacturers I think it is a good idea to take some pictures of them so that you can compare those.

In 25/28mm mm: on the left is a Eureka french infantryman; on the right a Mirliton Austrian one.

1 opmerking:

  1. Nog ideeën over cavalerie? Voor 1799 kun je wel wegkomen met Awi denk ik voor de Engelsen

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