Sunday, 28 February 2016

Some of my SYW Saxons on parade

I have far far far too much stuff. I've been sorting out my troops' accommodation this weekend, as I need to make room for another couple of infantry btns, two heavy cavalry, another couple of guns and and squadron each of the two polish Uhlan regiments (I am working on those as we speak), so while the Saxons were out of their box, er, barracks I lined them up for a few photos. They will be joining with Robbie's Saxons at the AMG16 event in June.
 Saxon 32pdr siege mortar.
 The cheveaux-leger brigade - Graf Bruhl, Prinz Karl and Prinz Albrecht
 Von Rochow fusiliers lead the infantry forwards - Graf Bruhl and Pr Gotha
 Combined grenadiers - Btn Pfundheller in the lead (Leibgrenadieregarde & Pr. Clemenz) followed by Btn Milkau (Konigen & Rochow)
Furst Lubomirsky infantry regiment.

I have a game to prepare for on Thursday and at the moment I have no idea what to put on. Plenty of time and plenty to choose from. 


  1. Splendid figures, love the Lubomirsky regiment, absolutly stunning!

  2. A grand turn out indeed, it's a good job we don't have to feed them all.

  3. More Saxons. . . YES! Very pretty figures you have there.

    Best REgards,


  4. We seem to have doubled up on the Saxon regiments. Clearly we both like the same uniforms.Still its going to be a sizable contingent.

  5. Good taste is everything obviously. ;-)

  6. A wonderfully colourful array of chaps! I do so enjoy browsing your wonderful collection Colin.

  7. Lovely & Awesome Saxons you have here - better than my Napoleonic Saxons! :o)

  8. Great pictures. The one unit I like most is that on the last picture.

  9. Once again you have set up a splendid table but the scenario is particularly interesting.

    Your mates who live close by Durham and who can Carry On up there are a fortunate lot!