A range of Napoleonic wargame figures designed to be compatible with Hinton Hunt figures - (22mm from bottom of foot to eye level)
Commissioned by Ron Marshall for personal use and as a labour of love although made available to others at near cost price to help defray costs of the limited runs.
Designed and sculptured by Andy Stadden (son of the renowned Charles Stadden)

Austria - German Infantry in Helmet

(click on any image to see larger version)

AN01 Fusilier Marching with separate musket for user installation - (in stock)

AN02 - Fusilier

AN12 - NCO

AN15 - Drummer

AN18 - Pioneer 1

AN19 - Pioneer 2

AN21 - Officer 1

AN22 - Officer 2

AN27 - Ensign with Ordinärstandarte
The only difference between the Fusilier and the NCO is that the NCO has a Sabre. So the NCO could well be used to mix and match into the fusilier ranks if required.
The Ensign and the flagpole with engraved standard is cast separate so your own custom pole and printed paper flag can be used if preferred.
Marching Figure (AN01) is sold as individual figures in any quantity - £0.95 (95p) / US$1.50 each
All others are sold in the following packs at USA$ 6.00 / £ 3.60 per pack:
Pack Contents   Pack#
(German) 4 Fusiliers AN02 and 1 NCO AN12ANP01
(German) 1 each of Officer AN21, Drummer AN15, Pioneer AN18, NCO AN12ANP02
(German) 1 each of Officer AN22, Standard Bearer AN27, Pioneer AN19, NCO AN12ANP03

Order by email for total price including shipping and insurance if required at cost. Please supply your address for shipping

Order from my Email address lazylimey@hotmail.com which is also at bottom left of this page - (Contact Me)

I accept PayPal payable to same email address lazylimey@hotmail.com

Pricing reflects the relatively short production runs and smaller market versus costs.
I have had to change my original policy of allowing single figures and any mix to be ordered since I have received all sorts of lopsided orders - example 20 Pioneers! This was not contemplated and the Helmet figure moulds were set up for a more balance production. This has been corrected in later series.

See various figure images in previous posts and separate pages.