I have manged to finish another unit in my Great Northen War Collection. This is a unit that previously painted, but with the appearance they had in 1676. This is the Västerbotten Infantry Regiment in the uniform they wore in 1708-09. The unit participated in a number of important battles until Poltava 1709, when it became more or less wiped out. It was raised again and participated in a couple of more minor engagements. The fact that this unit was raised in the northenmost part of Sweden is emphasized by the fact that the do have a Reindeer on their company flag.
This is more Great Northen War Swedes. This time with the unity uniform( the uniform worn by most Swedish units during the war. The head gear is the same as the one worn by the Västerbotten Infantry. It's a Karpus - a better suited head gear for a Northen climate than the Tricorne. The exactly unit these gentlemen will velong to is still an open question. Since it was a standard uniform there is are number of options.
Something slighly diffrent....
These are civilan onlookers that I intended to use for my Scanian War Scenery. It's an aggressive peasant, a lady and a preacher. Since the Scenery and the miniatures have a winter theme these miniatures have some snow on the bases.
These are miniatures that will be used in our Donnybrook games. The unit in question is the Gorham's Rangers. The unit in question was raised during the French-Indian War. Intially it was recruited among Indians loyal to British. However it eventually became more of a mixed unit with both Anglo- Americans and Indians being part of it.
Finally something very different....
This is miniatures to be added to my Pulp collection. We are currently playing Pulp Alley at the club. The strange piece of machinery(a domesday machine - a must in a Pulp game) and the oil can will be used as objectives( in this particular game known as plotpoints).