American War of Independence British Infantry 1775-1783
This box contains centre company men (or hat men) of a typical British regiment for the war. The regiments flank companies were normally detached to for combined light and grenadier battalions.
They are represented in cut-down coats for campaign and come with three hat variants; the typical cocked hat, the un-cocked hat or board brimmed hat and the Saratoga cap, cut down from the cocked hat.
They can be assembled either at the charge or at the trail ( probably the most common drill position when operating in wooded countryside). They also wear the typical gaiter-trousers or American trousers which became very popular in the war. The officers are in simple undress coats favoured on campaign.
Box contains: 36 foot figures plus 2 casualties, units bases, full painting guide and flags
Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted