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Rob UK writes:

WOOHOO!! I wonder if I can smuggle in a box each of cuirassiers/carabiniers, dragoons and hussars??!!

So many variations of the hussar headgear in there, the possibilities are mouth watering. Ooh, I wonder if they have a shako in there that would cover Garde D'Honneur?

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Alan Perry of Perry Miniatures writes:

We are now able to announce the dates for the next two plastic boxes, the French Napoleonic Dragoons and Hussars. The Dragoons will hit the finishing post first and will be available in March. The Hussars will be available for the first time at our stand at Salute in April.


We have not been sitting on these as you might well think, Renedra (the tooling company) have been hard at it all along and have been very busy with many other projects too. We always wait until they can tell us their finishing date before we pass it on to our customers, so we don't give anyone false info.


As you can see, Peter Dennis has finished the box art for the Dragoons and I'm working on the colour guides for both boxes.

Metal-wise, the first ten codes of French AWI will be out at the end of this month, along with Lee's Legion Infantry. I'm working on British Light Dragoons and Royal Horse Artillery for 1815 in metal, too.

Michael will be up on here soon with more about the Wars of the Roses range.