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Hanover had 2 cavalry regts in red tunics, other cavalry and dragoons in white or white/grey, the Strelets WSS British cavalry set ideal for these as well as for other nations
cheers old John
More cavalry standards and dragoon guidons. Can't comment on how accurate they are.
Thanks, they have either been "borrowed "from Warflag or Warflag have borrowed them ;-) Most of the issues as far as uniform I think I have got the answer, ie ensigns uniform, what are the things on the mucician/buglers back ? (false sleeves I am now told ) and what did they look like for painting ? best guess on that one as most artists leave him out of paintings, were his colours reversed ?, yes I now know they were. What colour were the officers wigs ? etc. In fairness I quite like not knowing as I enjoy the research and finding out. I have to say I am truly enjoying painting these guys, especially as Strelets have done a truly world class job on production, almost zero flash and almost zero mould lines !!! and given the hours spent removing them from Strelets figures past and present that is both a real surprise and a real time saver in terms of preparation to painting, I hope it is a sign of things to come. But the figures themselves are the best from Strelets I have ever handled, and cannot praise them highly enough, a proper WOW! moment when I took them out of the box.
have a look here for some red coated regts
stay safe out there
cheers Old John
Thanks for sharing these links. I've also found sources difficult to come by for WSS uniform details.
I agree with other comments, the British Cavalry set has taken the Strelets range to a new high standard. The figures are verity beautifully done with some really good poses. The standard of this set and the French set (which is also lovely) bode well for all these samples of other cavalry sets being shown.
In my view the WSS range is Strelets most accomplished range yet in terms of sculpting, flash and pose quality. Congratulations to them.