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  • I need a detail view of Guard Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery. Is there anyone wishes to help???

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    • Do you mean like a picture of a guard infantryman, Cavalry,
      Artillery 'for say painting' or do you need the whole regiment in a
      picture for setup in wargaming or diorama.

      Like this;



      or this;

      Last edited by General Brock; 23 Jan 14, 22:31.

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      • Joachim-Napoléon Murat, Marshal of France
        Greatest cavalryman of all time



        In an age of ostentatious uniforms, Murat's exceeded all.

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        • Originally posted by General Brock View Post
          Do you mean like a picture of a guard infantryman, Cavalry,
          Artillery 'for say painting' or do you need the whole regiment in a
          picture for setup in wargaming or diorama.

          Like this;



          or this;

          not that form, I mean like these ...

          but I only got some, I mean the whole guard:

          Infantry:
          -Old
          -Middle
          -Young

          Cavalry:
          -Old
          -Young

          Artillery:
          -Old
          -Young
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          • Originally posted by Sultan Hamuddin View Post
            I need a detail view of Guard Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery. Is there anyone wishes to help???
            http://www.1789-1815.com/voir_planches.htm

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            • Originally posted by Dibble201Bty View Post
              Welcome to the ACG Ged.



              Paul
              Thanks Paul.....................Thats the regiment...........pretty tasty eh
              the Armani of 1815!!

              i read once that Gianni Versache was truly inspired by Murats Neapolitan
              Army with their high waisted trousers and wonderfully outlandish
              uniforms

              a chocolate box army indeed................

              regards

              Ged

              gjm.figurines.co.uk

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              • Originally posted by Ged Cronin View Post
                Thanks Paul.....................Thats the regiment...........pretty tasty eh
                the Armani of 1815!!

                i read once that Gianni Versache was truly inspired by Murats Neapolitan
                Army with their high waisted trousers and wonderfully outlandish
                uniforms

                a chocolate box army indeed................

                regards

                Ged

                gjm.figurines.co.uk
                Have a look at pages 47 to 50 for loads of Neopolitan uniforms.

                Ed

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                • Originally posted by Sultan Hamuddin View Post
                  I need a detail view of Guard Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery. Is there anyone wishes to help???
                  The link below gets you to almost every set of the 68 Napoleonic, Rousselot plates; the plates though have been devided and are not captioned.

                  http://fotki.lv/Remi/627119/

                  Paul
                  Last edited by Dibble201Bty; 27 Apr 10, 02:02.
                  ‘Tis said his form is tiny, yet
                  All human ills he can subdue,
                  Or with a bauble or medal
                  Can win mans heart for you;
                  And many a blessing know to stew
                  To make a megloamaniac bright;
                  Give honour to the dainty Corse,
                  The Pixie is a little shite.

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                  • please people any one know the 1812 French carabinier flag

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                    • Originally posted by Luzitanos View Post
                      please people any one know the 1812 French carabinier flag
                      Does this help?

                      Ed
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                      • Originally posted by ewpeyia View Post
                        Does this help?

                        Ed
                        no thats is 1804-1811 patern flag
                        with uniform 1810-1815

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                        • as you can see in this i have make


                          Originally posted by Luzitanos View Post


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                          but i need drawing the 1812 and cant find it

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                          • This was posted on another forum - any ideas on what unit it is?

                            Ed

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                            • I'm thinking that this is the "Gendarmerie d'Espagne" ("Mounted Spain's Gendarmerie".
                              Merlinoilmago

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                              • Originally posted by sabrivo1965 View Post
                                I'm thinking that this is the "Gendarmerie d'Espagne" ("Mounted Spain's Gendarmerie".
                                Merlinoilmago
                                Sorry, but no, not Spannish.

                                I have found out it is a Polish/Lithuanian Gendarme c1813.

                                Ed

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