Thursday, October 30, 2014

Artillery & Infantry of Saxe-Bearstein

Artillerists & Artillery (heavy, light and medium) of Saxe-Bearstein

Above you see some of Saxe-Bearstein's splendid Artillery and Artillerists.  Below you will find images of her famous Infantry (please note the grenadiers -- on your left)(Also remember to click on images for a larger view).

Regular Infantry: 

von Beck's Regiment -- rated superior
von Molson's Regiment -- rated superior
von Busch's Regiment -- rated veteran
von Pilsen Pioneers -- rated veteran
von Sleeman's Regiment -- rated veteran
von Egger's Regiment -- rated ordinary
von Koch's Regiment -- rated ordinary
von Schlitz's Regiment -- rated ordinary

Irregular Infantry:

Grolsch Grenzers -- rated veteran
Pabst Poles -- rated ordinary

Skirmishing Foot:

Veltin's Jagers -- rated superior
Richter's Jagers -- rated veteran
Blatz' Jagers -- rated ordinary

 -- Jeff


Paul Liddle said...

Very nice Jeff, who makes the soldiers?.

Archduke Piccolo said...

What a fine army!

Jonathan Freitag said...

Nice collection and an interesting project.

The chunky figures look to be Black Hat. Is that correct?

El Grego said...

That is a sharply turned out force, Jeff.

I hope that you are staying dry up there!

Bluebear Jeff said...

Paul & Jonathan,

The figures are by "Bloodaxe" (sculpted by Lance Runolfsson).

While I purchased most of mine many years ago directly from Lance, I have since filled out the collection from Historifigs (to whom Lance sold the molds and rights about 10-12 years ago).

They are not listed on Historifigs website per se, but you can order them by contacting them:

(note -- email addresses at foot of above website)

These figures ARE chunky and are sculpted in a rathaer rough style that doesn't match well with most other manufacturers but I like them and they are very easy to paint!

-- Jeff

Capt Bill said...

What a handsome lot they are. Well done, sir...Bill

Fitz-Badger said...

Shaping up very well!

Mad Padre said...

More great figures. I like the brewery names for your regiments, especially the Sleemans and Molson's regiments - did my Canadian heart good, that did.
The Grenzers look especially fierce, well done.