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JasonAfrika Inactive Member05 Mar 2017 10:47 a.m. PST

Can someone provide a list of companies with the most extensive 19th Century (post-Napoleonic but non-ACW) figure lines in 15mm? Focusing mainly on Crimea, Indian Mutiny, Colonial, Franco-Prussian, and other minor European Wars.
I know of Essex, Blue Moon, Freikorps, Old Glory…but I know I am missing quite a few. Thanks! ***BTW, I only want names of companies that are still actually in business…lots of ranges are sadly out of production it seems.

vexillia Inactive Member05 Mar 2017 11:06 a.m. PST

Mirliton link and pdf catalogue

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Personal logo The Virtual Armchair General Sponsoring Member of TMP05 Mar 2017 11:08 a.m. PST

Well, TVAG has a definitive line of "True 15mm" ranges for The Spanish-American War and Moro Wars, as well as the "general purpose" figures in the "Perdicarris Alive, Raisuli Dead!" range: Berbers (foot and mounted), German Infantry, French Cavalry (foot and mounted), US Marine and Sailor Landing Parties, artillery and MG's befitting the original subject, as well as FFL.

These may be ordered via this link

The "Rajah Brooke" range is returning soon, as is the altogether new "Special Mexican War" range in support of the rules, "Gone To See The Elephant."

Other ranges already being sculpted include Martians/Earthers for "Edison's Conquest of Mars." The latter will all be historically authentic for the period of the 1890's to pre-WW I.

In the meantime, don't forget to check out Musket Miniatures, and MiniFigs 15's, among many other outstanding providers.


JonFreitag05 Mar 2017 11:13 a.m. PST

Lancashire Games: link

martin goddard Sponsoring Member of TMP05 Mar 2017 11:23 a.m. PST

Peter Pig has a very big colonial range for the first sudan war against thr Mahdi. Includes buildings,scnery and a gunboat.

240 individual sculpts.

Oh Bugger Inactive Member05 Mar 2017 11:30 a.m. PST

Black Hat Miniatures has some good Sikh War stuff and you must check out Irregular Miniatures loads of stuff there.

DisasterWargamer Supporting Member of TMP05 Mar 2017 11:32 a.m. PST

Dixon has some very nice indian mutiny figures
Rank and File also has quite nice coverage of the era

Tony S05 Mar 2017 11:46 a.m. PST







Magister Militum


(oops – I was making this post while the others chimed in before me)

Hafen von Schlockenberg Supporting Member of TMP Inactive Member05 Mar 2017 12:30 p.m. PST

I 9th Century Miniatures/Old Glory 15's carry the Rank and File range here in the US. Pretty extensive coverage of European wars.


Personal logo Extra Crispy Sponsoring Member of TMP05 Mar 2017 1:53 p.m. PST

Capitan/BattleModels do figures for the Carlist Wars and the Spanish American War…

Personal logo Bashytubits Supporting Member of TMP05 Mar 2017 1:54 p.m. PST

I second Hafens suggestion, 19th century miniatures LLC has some excellent figures.

JasonAfrika Inactive Member05 Mar 2017 1:58 p.m. PST

Mr. Hafens and Mr.Bashytubits…I do not see any pics on that website so I wouldn't know how nice the figures are…Since I have learned the hardway I never biy sight unseen…sorry

Personal logo Saber6 Supporting Member of TMP Fezian05 Mar 2017 2:56 p.m. PST

Minifig is another

Hafen von Schlockenberg Supporting Member of TMP Inactive Member05 Mar 2017 8:33 p.m. PST

There are some pics here:


A TMP search will turn up several discussions.

GurKhan06 Mar 2017 3:59 a.m. PST

To amplify Saber6's post, Minifigs have sizeable ranges for Colonial, Crimean, Franco-Prussian, US-Mexican, and US-Indian Wars – see link

Legio Heroica don't class as "extensive" but have Sardinians and Austrians for 1848 – link

TimeCast Sponsoring Member of TMP06 Mar 2017 4:00 a.m. PST

Here you go:



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