On to the figs and the penultimate post
Angel Gang - End of range sale from Warlord
Perry Bengal Lancers - Maybe useful in Back of Beyond
Bengal Lancer officer painted as a Natal Carabinier
Northstar Greek Light Cavalry
My final post, which I thought would be enough but Miles was too competitive and dropped a massive bomb in the form of a 28mm Bolt Action German Army - I mean really.
Capt Bentine - 7th Cav, Foundry
Tintin and Snowy - my Curtgeld form Copplestone
Warbaes Pierce Arrow Truck with LMG deck gun from Pulp. Flat bed is magnetic paper. Completes my Royalist flying column
Persian spearmen - ebay, unknown manufacturer
1st Corps Sparabara - these are really beautiful figures
The Persians will complement my Ancient Greek/Persian army for Matt's Greek campaign
And finally I ended big with some 10mm Pendraken 1864 Prussians and Danes to complete both armies.
Prussian Regiment. I like 10mm because I can fight really huge battles with many regiments that fit on a 6x4 table. I plan to use my modification of the Days of Iron rules by Adam Stone. They are designed for regiments with more bases and you roll 1D6 per 4 stands. I put 4 figs on a stand and roll 1D6 per stand. Plan to fight my 1st battle in a couple of weeks
Prussian skirmishers or dismounted cavalry
This is how I feel