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gisbygeo10 Jun 2020 8:50 a.m. PST

When I sorted all my unused Renegade Miniatures WW1 Early War British I found two units worth of of marching/at trail figures. I'm not normally a fan of these poses, so they had been languishing in a drawer for many years.

The first I painted as a red-coated militia unit. This one I painted as a unit of Post Office Rifles. The British Post Office raised regiments for several wars, so they seemed quite likely for the VBCW.

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Given up for good10 Jun 2020 11:21 a.m. PST

Currently our male post office worker is in shorts and trainers despite the chill wind and rain!

Wonder if the museum has lots of postal uniforms? The PO museum in London is dedicated to their history including a neat train ride youtu.be/GVMUq1uSlF4

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