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Avalon Artisan Supporting Member of TMP25 Nov 2021 10:15 a.m. PST

This unit of 28mm Wargames Foundry dismounted Dragoons from the Marlburian period (WSS, etc.) has been painted to a VERY high standard, as can be seen in the photos. Regiments of colourful Dragoons were a feature of most WSS battlefields, and they often dismounted to fight on foot as they were trained to do. The Battle of Blenheim (1704) is a classic example, where 4 regiments of French Dragoons fought on foot as part of the defense of Blenheim village itself, including the "Vasse's" regiment, depicted here. Whether you are starting a French Army for the period, or want to add some well-painted units to your existing one, these figures will make a great addition to your collection.

They are mounted on 2" x 2"(50mm x 50mm) wooden bases, to be compatible with "Beneath the Lily Banners" and many other wargame rules systems. VERY reasonably priced, at about $4.20 USD [USD] per figure. The auction lasts until Sunday night – Or, you can make me a reasonable offer, and they can be yours today!

WILL SHIP INTERNATIONALLY, including overseas. Can combine shipping on multiple purchases. (Buyer responsible for any duties/taxes involved)

The auction is here: auction

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