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Botham1 writes:

Smal shop, I hear! How is everyone going to fit into it??

That caisson looks loveley although shouldn't the body be level to the ground rather than sloping forward??

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Alan Perry of Perry Miniatures writes:

We thought you might be interested in what's coming out later this month.

Guard Horse Artillery

I've been mostly making French Napoleonic artillery crews and limber teams, Line Horse and Guard Horse artillery to be precise, as well as Guard and Line limbers and ammunition caissons. Tim Adcock of T.A. Miniatures made the guns and equipment.

BAL rocket and crew

Michael's been concentrating on BAL Lancers and a Royal Marine rocket and crew for the Carlist War range, as well as working on the banners and livery artwork for the Wars of the Roses plastic box set.

Line Caisson

This Saturday (10th), we'll be at my wife's brand-new shop Inspired in Nottingham demonstrating historical figure sculpting. If you happen to be in Nottingham, feel free to pop in and chat. The shop is an eclectic mix of historical-inspired gifts and odd stuff which might be of interest to wives, girlfriends and/or grandmothers! There will be a stock of Perry Miniatures plastics, although not metals, I'm afraid, as it's only a small shop.

Line Horse Artillery

The shop is situated in the Flying Horse Mall (FH Mall), just off the market square in the middle of Nottingham, and will be open until Christmas.

Oh… and the Nottingham beer festival is on this weekend!