Dániel Mészáros

Dániel Mészáros

Dániel Mészáros
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Hungarian fusiliers, 1796

Hungarian fusiliers, 1796

Austria- Granaderos, oficial y soldado 1806-15

Austria- Granaderos, oficial y soldado 1806-15

French grenadier's uniform, circa 1750.

French grenadier's uniform, circa 1750.

French Line Cavalry as per the Ordinance of 1762. Top Left to Bottom right; Berry, Carabiner du Comte de Provence, Artois, Orleans & Chatres.

French Line Cavalry as per the Ordinance of 1762. Top Left to Bottom right; Berry, Carabiner du Comte de Provence, Artois, Orleans & Chatres.

The Zvezda 1/72 Swedish Infantry 17th-18th Century plastic figures accurately recreate real life Swedish soldiers from the Napoleonic Wars. This plastic figure set requires paint, and may require glue, to complete.

The Zvezda 1/72 Swedish Infantry 17th-18th Century plastic figures accurately recreate real life Swedish soldiers from the Napoleonic Wars. This plastic figure set requires paint, and may require glue, to complete.

Hungarian Infantry - Seven Years War (Kronoscaf)

Hungarian Infantry - Seven Years War (Kronoscaf)

Prince August  - PA518: 25mm French 8

Prince August - PA518: 25mm French 8

French regimental soldier uniform from "Barry Lyndon" - In other words: a movie costume version of a French regular's uniform from the Seven Years War. Not every day I get to see that!

French regimental soldier uniform from "Barry Lyndon" - In other words: a movie costume version of a French regular's uniform from the Seven Years War. Not every day I get to see that!

Prussian officers in the Seven Years War

Prussian officers in the Seven Years War

Grenadier officer, 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot, 1757-1767 - "The 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot was raised as part of an effort to create units of the British army drawn from the American colonies....Grenadiers wore the distinctive pointed cap shown here until these were replaced by fur caps in 1768. The officers and drummers (but not the ordinary soldiers) of the 60th had their uniforms trimmed with lace."

Grenadier officer, 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot, 1757-1767 - "The 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot was raised as part of an effort to create units of the British army drawn from the American colonies....Grenadiers wore the distinctive pointed cap shown here until these were replaced by fur caps in 1768. The officers and drummers (but not the ordinary soldiers) of the 60th had their uniforms trimmed with lace."