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jocknroll Supporting Member of TMP14 May 2017 5:58 a.m. PST

A little report from the Carronade show yesterday in Falkirk..

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Marcel180914 May 2017 5:59 a.m. PST

While checking E bay for interesting warames figures, I came across a unit (from Stuart asquith's collection) Labelled russian PULTAVA guards, they were Front Rank Pavlovski grenadiers but painted light blue with red facings and a red flag with a bear. i never came across this unit in any Napoleonic OOb. Is this a real unit that I missed all this time, or is it a fictivious unit? Hope some members can shed some light on this matter. Thanks

Personal logo jeffreyw3 Supporting Member of TMP14 May 2017 6:22 a.m. PST

Imagi-nation? The only reference I have to a Pultavskii regiment is one that was formed in the 1600s (disbanded 1775) consisting of Cossacks and peasants.

Sho Boki14 May 2017 6:47 a.m. PST

These may be not Pultava but Poltava grenadiers.
Not actual unit, but just imaginational grenadiers for Poltava battle, as uniform was different.

RittervonBek14 May 2017 10:45 a.m. PST

If memory serves the wonderful "Charge!" Rules make mention of this very unit!

Marcel180914 May 2017 11:08 a.m. PST

Thanks for the reactions,I must have these Charge rules here somewhere, buried in some box…
I also tend to believe this is not an historical unit I never came across but rather inspired by Imagine Nations. So I will not place a bid, even though they look nice and "differen" from the rest of the Russian army.

Three Armies Supporting Member of TMP15 May 2017 3:07 a.m. PST

Marcal at Austerlitz and Eylau the Russian grenadiers would have had Mitre hats like the Pavlovs as standard but with different coloured backing and facings according to parent unit.

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