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Paskal Supporting Member of TMP13 Dec 2023 3:59 a.m. PST

Hello everyone ,

Impossible to find models, illustrations or period photos of the Prussian M1867 Krupp C/67 6-pdr (9cm) field gun ?

Kuznetsov13 Dec 2023 5:52 a.m. PST


The Egyptian artillery consisted mostly of Krupp field pieces, of the pattern used by the Prussians in their 1870 war against the French (C67)


Is this it?

Paskal Supporting Member of TMP13 Dec 2023 6:19 a.m. PST

Sorry, but this jacklex miniatures model is not a Prussian M1867 Krupp C/67 6-pdr (9cm) BLR field gun for the wars of 1870, but alas a Prussian M1873 Krupp C/73 (9cm) BLR field gun …

Personal logo ColCampbell Supporting Member of TMP13 Dec 2023 8:12 a.m. PST

Is this what you are looking for:





Personal logo ColCampbell Supporting Member of TMP13 Dec 2023 8:31 p.m. PST

Plus the Perry Brothers have both the 4-lbr and the 6-lbr in their 28mm Franco-Prussian War range.



Paskal Supporting Member of TMP14 Dec 2023 1:50 a.m. PST


Thanks for your help.I don't know what caliber SteveBarber's is, but I think it's an M1864 Krupp C/64 – 4 pdr field gun.

The Prussian 90mm Krupp Field Gun is from the front so the illustration is unusable for me.

On the other hand, the illustration of the PRU 22 of the Perrys is very interesting, I would have to know their sources or I would have to find the same for 20mm gunner figurines.

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