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Just another perplexity about the French soldiers for the Spanish Succession. I do not want to start new discussions, I would just like to know why Strelets chose the term "Early" to label the period for which the French line fusiliers and musketeers have been made. Do they wear different uniforms from their late war comrades?
Thank you all,
I agree with Alessandro, this is a bit mysterious. I am happy enough with the 'early' set, in fact very happy indeed, and I have a couple more sets on their way from my supplier next week. But so far as I am concerned, 'early' is fine all the way through to the end of the War of Spanish Succession, and for some years after that as well.
Would I be presumptuous to think that a 'late' set might be useful for years well after 1714? French infantry for the War of Austrian Succession perhaps (ie: 1740s)??:smile:
Well said Minuteman, a set for the French army in 1740' would be great too. Thank you for your opinion :relaxed:
I just received the French WSS french fusiliers from Hannants. They're wonderful!!! The details of the uniforms are incredible and are excellent for careful paint work. I really liked the critical evaluation made by PSR. Now I am waiting for more sets from the great Strelets on the theme: artillery, cavalry, other countries ...