Before I add them to my online catalogue,
here are some more of my “best guess” so far Peter Laing IDs for your comment – feedback always welcome.
First some cavalry:
Figure 1 – Indian Mutiny
Figure 4: M6001 British cavalry or M6002 British volunteer cavalry ?
Further mounted figures
Figure 9- Samurai range? F9003 Ashigaru spearman?
Compare this to John the Wargaming Hermit’s Samurai figure post
Figure 10 – Possibly a naval Figure, bell bottoms and all ? Colonial range?
Figure 12 – WW1 Bedouin Cavalry? M712
These are my best guesses so far – I would welcome your comments and ID of these figures.
Peter Laing catalogue pages with figure listings on each range can be found via my front page. Thank you!
More figures to come in my next ID post.
Blog post by Mark Man of TIN, 9 November 2021
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Okay – here are my opinions on these figures:
Figure 1 – Actually a rather nice conversion (I agree for the Indian Mutiny) – but underneath I believe that it is actually a Crimean British figure, probably M0803 – British Light Dragoon charging. I cannot be completely certain as the Hussar, Light Dragoon and Heavy Dragoon from this range are the same base figure but with different headgear!
Figure 2 – Is M0601 – Indian Cavalry, from the Colonial range
Figure 3 – I believe is M0008 – Turkish Cavalry with lance, from the Napoleonic range
Figure 4 – Another nice conversion, likewise I would say for Indian Mutiny, but ‘under the bonnet’ it is actually M0701 – British Lancer, from the WW1 range
Figure 5 – Agreed, A0716
Figure 6 – Not sure (I have the same figure, but as part of a ‘job lot’) – could also be M5002 – Turkish Spahi or M5003 – Turkish Akinji, both from the Renaissance range
Figure 7 – Agreed, F5012
Figure 8 – Not sure, but as you say probably F5019. I suspect not F5018 as that figure would have had a ‘cast on’ short pike
Figure 9 – Not sure, but I would likewise go with F9003
Figure 10 – A6005, British Naval Brigade Seaman from the Indian Mutiny range
Figure 11 – Agreed, A0421
Figure 12 – Agreed, M0712
Hope that helps!
Thank you very much Ian – I hadn’t figured conversions but this is an interesting variation for each blog post page per casting, as variations on the bare metal casting.
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