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AGregory10 May 2018 6:24 a.m. PST


I have tried to pull together a listing of all the 25mm/28mm figures for mid-19th century European conflicts. There may very well be some things missing – take a look and let me know if there are figures which I should add. This is not for colonials, but for conflicts taking place within Europe itself.

The link is:

Many thanks,

A. Gregory

Cerdic10 May 2018 6:45 a.m. PST

Seems pretty comprehensive to me!

Have you cross-referenced with this list in case there are any others…?


AGregory10 May 2018 7:31 a.m. PST


Thanks for this. I caught a couple I had missed, and have crossed-linked to the site.


A. Gregory

Evzone10 May 2018 9:28 a.m. PST

Well done. Nice comprehensive go-to list.

Bargain Bin DM Supporting Member of TMP10 May 2018 7:25 p.m. PST

…and don't forget the 1866 Miniatures Hanoverians and Prussian Landwehr for the Seven Weeks War. Comparable as far as size with Northstar and Cibo's Little Dudes…

AGregory11 May 2018 4:04 a.m. PST

Bargain Bin DM:

Thanks much for that – I was not aware anyone was making Hanoverians. No Landwehr on the site, but I will keep an eye on these.


A. Gregory

bargainbindm11 May 2018 5:18 a.m. PST

…if you are a Facebook user Dave has his 1866 Miniatures page. There are a few "workbench" figures you can see there including the Landwher and a group of Hanoverian jaegers that aren't on his webpage yet.I have a couple of primed examples, and size comparison in a post on the "19th Century Warfare and Wargaming" Facebook page.

I don't have a stake in the line, I'm just trying to put together a LAngensalza scenario, and the 1866 line is the easiest way to get my Hanoveians!The figures are nice to boot, as painting has commenced on the jagers!

AGregory11 May 2018 5:53 a.m. PST

Bargain Bin DM:

Won't go on Facebook anymore – haven't in years. I would be happy to post your size comparison info on my site for non-FB users if you want to send me a copy (ilg21 at yahoo). With credit, of course.

I'm a huge fan of the 1866 German campaigns (until last week I was living in Wuerzburg – I could see the Bavarian gun positions in 1866 from my balcony). By the way, Perry makes a nice 24# gun in their ACW line which you could use for your scenario – the carriage is probably wrong but the gun itself is awesome in 28mm! Anyway, I am likely to be ordering some Hanoverians soon…


A. Gregory

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