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Empress Miniatures Sponsoring Member of TMP of Empress Miniatures writes:

Colonel Mike Snook has gone mad with new releases for his 28mm Indian Mutiny range. Far too many to show pictures of, but all available on the Empress Miniatures site.

Indian Mutiny

This is probably the best range covering this war, and Mike has worked very closely with sculptor Paul Hicks to ensure that the accuracy of the range is unsurpassed.

So if you fancy something different on the colonial front, look no further.

IMBC

IMBC 53 – Mounted Field Officers. Set of 6 riders & 6 horses. Suitable for almost any regiment or HQ staff officers.

IMBC 54 – Mounted Personalities and Staff (Set II). Set of 6 riders & 6 horses. Includes Sir Henry Lawrence, Sir James Outram (wielding his malacca cane this time), Brig. John Nicholson and his Sikh orderly, a generic general officer and a staff officer in 'Roman' style sun helmet.

IMBC 55 – Bengal Artillery, gun team at the gallop, (8-fig set). All European. Officer and 7 drivers/gunners. [For artillery horses use the 8-horse code IMH 6. For gun and limber use IMLA 1 & 2.]

IMBC 57 – Bengal Artillery, gun team at the gallop, (8-fig set). Mixed: European gunners with Indian drivers. Officer and 7 drivers/gunners. [For artillery horses use the 8-horse code IMH 6. For gun and limber use IMLA 1 & 2.]

IMREB

IMREB 30 – Irregular Infantry Command (II) [Afghan]. (4-fig set). (Suitable for Afghan mercenary elements in 1857-8, or more generally for Afghanistan and NW-Frontier Province at any point in the 19th Century).

IMREB 31 – Irregular Infantry Command (III). [Mahratta Household Matchlockmen]. (4-fig set).

IMREB 33 – Irregular Cavalry (I), (4-figs). Bengali civilian clothing, Mahratta headdress, armed with lances and shield, (leader with tulwar). [Use horse codes IMH 4 or 5].

IMREB 34 – Irregular Cavalry (II), (4 figs). Bengali civilian clothing, conventional headdress, armed with lances and shield. [Use horse codes IMH 4 or 5].

IMREB 35 – Rebel Infantry, Command, (8 figs). Supplemental variant figures, mixed orders of dress.

IMREB 36 – BNI sepoys, native dress, muskets, firing line (III), (8 figs). Supplemental variant figures, mixed headdress.

IMREB 37 – 'Sepoy Rabble' Firing Line. ['Sharp Practice' Army Lists refer]. (8 figs). Robes, mixed headdress, matchlocks; [mix with orthodox sepoy firing line figures to give lower grade units.

IMREB 38 – 'Sepoy Rabble' Attacking. ['Sharp Practice' Army Lists refer]. (16-fig set).

Ready mixed assortment of tulwar- and musket-armed rebel infantry.

IMREB 39 – Mutineer gun team at the gallop. (8-fig set). Consisting of 1 x officer, 3 x drivers, 3 seated gunners and outrider with carbine. Bengal Artillery regulation uniform, all forage caps. [For artillery horses, use the 8-horse code IMH 6. For gun and limber, use IMLA 1 & 2].

IMREB 40 – Mutineer gun team at the gallop. (8-fig set). Consisting of 1 x officer, 3 x drivers, 3 seated gunners and outrider (trumpeter). Bengal Artillery regulation uniform, mixed headdress. [For artillery horses, use the 8-horse code IMH 6. For gun and limber, use IMLA 1 & 2].

IMREB 41 – Mutineer Heavy Artillery in action (I). 8-fig gun crew in native dress, loading 18- or 24-pdr. [For gun, use IMLA 18 or IMLA 19].

IMREB 42 – Mutineer Heavy Artillery in action (II). 8-fig gun crew in native dress, firing 18- or 24-pdr. [For gun, use IMLA 18 or IMLA 19].

IMLA

IMLA 34 – Static Limber Set. Consists of Limber Kit (IMLA 2), 4 standing artillery draught horses (IMH 9), 2 European drivers, and 2 Indian drivers; use for either side.

IMLA 35 – Assorted Civilians. (16-fig set). Consists of 4 bhisti water carriers (3 variants); 2 seated hackery/cart drivers with whips; a snake charmer,; 6 walking or standing hackery/cart drivers with sticks; and a prone 'Bob the Nailer', the notorious Lucknow sniper, said to have been an African eunuch, together with his spotter, seated alongside him on the rooftop.

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