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unknown member writes:

>>>Working from period records We have not found any orders for bearskins until much later c.1750.<<<

I defer to your current research, that correspondence was almost 40 years ago and my university French was hardly better than it is now unfortunately. I'll add your post to my binder on the 1740-63 era.

>>>I'll work out postage at cost<<<

That sounds good, hope to be ordering quite often.

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The "D" Range, The Piedmontese


Box D-WIP 1 The Piedmontese Infantry Command (8 figures)



two each of

  • D-WIP 1 Piedmontese Infantry Officer in tricorn, marching with spontoon,
  • D-WIP 2 Piedmontese Standard bearer in tricorn, marching,
  • D-WIP 3 Piedmontese Sergeant in tricorn, marching with halberd,
  • D-WIP 4 Piedmontese Drummer in tricorn marching

Box D-WIP 2 The Piedmontese Foot (8 figures)



  • eight of D-WIP 5 Piedmontese Fusiliers in tricorn marching