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oberdu28 Sep 2023 5:46 p.m. PST

Here is my AB Miniatures Guard Mamelukes reverting to they're Ole Egypt days. Anthony Barton makes fine figures that are well worth the price. Anthony is an accomplished artist and has vast knowledge of history which makes his efforts stand above the rest. I hope he will expand his Revolutionary line in the future. I figured since there are little details of the unit other than the French supplied them with funds, food and some weapons. The unit members provided their own mounts, saddlery and uniform except for the hat which the French required them to wear for identification purposes. The standard is a typical Mameluke horsehair standard as the French standard of later period wasn't available not being issued until the early 1800's

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Personal logo lewis cannon Supporting Member of TMP28 Sep 2023 6:12 p.m. PST

Solid!

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