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Indian Mutiny And other early colonial British campaigns!

BRITISH IN BELL TOPPED SHAKO, MUTINEERS, MUTINY BRITISH, PERSIANS, SIKHS, SIKH WAR BRITISH, TAIPING CHINESE.

1820-40's BRITISH IN BELL-TOPPED SHAKOS

These figures can also be used as Colombians, Chileans or Argentineans, in the 1820's Latin American wars

Also use FZ146, mountain gun and team.

These figures from our Crimean war range are also suitable for the period. Painting and photography by John Watts.

FIEB 1, 2, 3 & 4

FIEB 1 Infantry in shell jacket advancing A
FIEB 2 Infantry drummer A
FIEB 3 Infantry standard bearer A
FIEB 4 Infantry officer A
FIEB 5 Light dragoon cavalry B

FIEB 6

Gun & 4 crew

H

FIEB 5 & 6

 

MUTINEERS

 

FIM 1, 2, 3 & 4

FIM 11, 3 & 6. painting and photo by OB.

Figures have up to 5 variants

FIM1

Mutineer sepoy in native garb

A
FIM 2 Mutineer sepoy advancing, musket held forwards A
FIM 3 Mutineer sepoy advancing, musket held across chest A
FIM 4 Civilian insurgent with assorted weapons A

FIM 5, 6 & 7

FIM 5 Mutineer bugler A
FIM 6 Mutineer commander with pistol A
FIM 7 Female commander with sword A

FIM 8, 9 & 10

FIM 8 Mutineer cavalry with sabre B
FIM 9 Mutineer cavalry bugler B
FIM 10 Mutineer mounted commander B

FIM 11

FIM 11 Mutineer gun & 4 crew H
FIM 12 Oxen, limber and attendant F
FIM 13 Mutineer siege gun & 4 crew H

FIM 14

Elephant with 2 riders and limber

P

FIM 14, without the limber!

More variety is possible by using Our Mogul, Arab and colonial ranges. I.E. MIP 12 and 17 can be used as  other civilian insurgent types

MUTINY BRITISH

Good for Sikh wars,Indian Mutiny and Anglo-Persian war of 1856-7

FIMB1 & 2

A column of FIMB 1 & 8. painting and photo by OB.

FIMB 1 British infantry advancing A
FIMB 2 British infantry firing A

FIMB 6, 7, the 2 variants of 8, the 2 variants of 5, 4 & 3

FIMB 3 Loyal sepoy, at the ready A
FIMB 4 Loyal Sikh, advancing A
FIMB 5 Gurka standing firing, or kneeling A
FIMB 6 Drummer A
FIMB 7 Standard bearer A
FIMB 8 Officer A

FIMB 9, 10, 11, 12 & 13

FIMB 12 & 13, by OB.

FIMB 9 Lancer cavalry B
FIMB 10 Heavy dragoon cavalry B
FIMB 11 Light dragoon/hussar cavalry B
FIMB 12 loyal sowar/hodgsons horse B
FIMB 13 Mounted officer B
FIMB 14 Foot artillery, gun & 4 crew H
FIMB 15 Foot artillery, siege gun & 4 crew H
FIMB 16 Horse artillery, gun & 4 crew H
  For highlanders, use our Napoleonic types  
  Also use FIM 14 elephant & limber  

FIMB 14 & 16

PERSIANS

These figures are suitable as Persians from the early 1800's to 1857, but can also be used as Ottoman Turks of the same period.

Figures have minor variants

FIP 1, nicely done by OB.

FIP1, 2, 3 & 4

FIP 1 Regular infantry marching A
FIP 2 Regular infantry drummer A
FIP 3 Regular infantry standard bearer A
FIP 4 Regular infantry officer A

FIP 5, 7 and the 3 variants of FIP 8

FIP 5 Russian Guard infantry standing A
FIP 6 Russian Guard infantry standard bearer A
FIP 7 Russian Guard infantry officer A
FIP 8 Militia infantry with mace and shield A

2 views of FIP 11, by OB

2 views of FIP 12, by OB.

FIP9, 10, 11 & 12

FIP 9 Regular cavalry lancer B
FIP 10 Irregular cavalry with musket B
FIP 11 Kurdish mailed heavy cavalry lancer B
FIP 12 Camel mounted zambuck gunner C
FIP 13 Gun & 4 crew H
FIP 14 Gholam-Tufangchis or Jazaurchis provincial infantry with very long musket with bipod stand! NEW 15/4/16 A

FIP 13

FIP 14

 

Also use CAU 1 (above) for more Persian cav. Painting and photo by OB.

For Arab infantry use AB 17, 18 & 19, MIP 10 FZ 29, 30, 31, 32, 34 & 35

For other irregular cavalry types and commanders use FZ 27, 37, 38 & 39

SIKHS

FSKH 1, 3 & 4, from the very nice collection of John Watts.

FSKH 5 By John Watts

FSKH 6 By John Watts

FSKH 1 Sikh regular infantry advancing A
FSKH 2 Sikh zealot throwing charka throwing quoit A
FSKH 3 Sikh standard bearer A
FSKH 4 Sikh officer A
FSKH 5 Sikh regular cavalry B
FSKH 6 Sikh gun & 4 crew H
  For other Sikh irregular infantry, use our colonial afghans and generic muslims, and our Mutineers in civilian dress. For Sikh irregular cavalry use Our arab, Mogul/ Persian heavy and light cavalry, and our colonial generic muslim cavalry.  

 

2 variants of FSKH 5 & FSKH 6

SIKH WAR BRITISH

FSKHB1, 2, 3 & 4 sepoys. painted and photographed by John Watts.

FSKHB 1  Bengal Sepoy advancing in peakless shako A
FSKHB 2  Bengal Sepoy standard bearer advancing in peakless shako A
FSKHB 3  Bengal Sepoy/British drummer in coatee and bell topped shako A
FSKHB 4  British officer in coatee and bell topped shako A
FSKHB 5  Bengal native cavalry sowar in peakless shako, B
FSKHB 6  Bengal irregular cavalry  in turban, B
FSKHB 7  British cavalry officer in helmet B
FSKHB 8  British Bengal horse artillery, gun & 4 crew H

FSKHB 8 Bengal horse artillery and FIEB 6 British artillery. By John Watts.

FSKHB 5 sowars, by John Watts.

BRCW 1-5 Infantry in full dress, by John Watts.

For queens infantry regiments, use FIMB1-2 and 6-8. For 10th foot and Bengal european regiments use FEIB 1-4. For infantry in full dress use Crimean BRCW 1-5. For lancers and light dragoons use Crimean BRCW 13-14.

 

TAIPING CHINESE

Figures have up to 5 variants

FTAP 1, 6 & 7,nicely painted by OB.

FTAP 4, again by OB

FTAP 1  Spearman attacking A
FTAP 2  Musketeer standing A
FTAP 3  Swordsman advancing A
FTAP 4  Miao ally spearman standing A
FTAP 5  Miao musketeer advancing A
FTAP 6  Infantry standard bearer A
FTAP 7  Infantry officer A
FTAP 8  Cavalry with lance B
FTAP 9  Cavalry officer/general B
FTAP 10  Gun & 4 crew H
FTAP 11  Jingal gun & 2 crew F

For Imperial Chinese, see our Colonials range.

FTAP 9 & 10, by OB

FTAP 3, 6 & 10, very nicely done by OB.

FTAP 8 & 9, by that man OB.

FTAP 8,2,1,3,4 & 5

 

100 piece armies (cavalry count as 2 pieces) (These discounted armies are  pre-packed to our organisation)

25.00

1820-40's BRITISH, mutineers, Mutiny period British, Persian, SIKH, SIKH WARS BRITISH, TAIPING CHINESE