A friend has asked me to help him liquidate his collection. Today I have for sale a painted 15mm Polish army (c.1600-1648) renaissance army. These have all be professionally painted and the army comprises 12 battlegroups with a total of 126 mounted and 47 foot figures. All appear to be Essex figures.
I have grouped the units in a way that I believe makes sense for the soon-to-be-released Field of Glory Renaissance ruleset (September release). You might legitimately group the units differently. All are based on 40mm frontages and have DBR depths which, as far as I can tell, are compatible with FoG:R.
The first battlegroup (BG) comprises 6 bases of winged hussars (18 figures).
This close-up shows the detailed of the painting a bit better.
The second BG comprises four bases of winged hussars and two bases of mounted men-at-arms (18 figures).
Again, a better look at the detail.
The third BG comprises 6 bases of foot (a mix of shot and pike) with 26 figures total).
The flags are hand-painted.
The fourth BG is again a foot unit, comprising 6 bases of musket (18 figures).
Hey, what is Henry the 8th doing here?
The fifth BG comprises 6 bases of light cavalry (who might also do as dragoons). There are 12 figures here.
And a close-up.
Battlegroups seven, eight, nine and ten are all four-base units of cavalry (12 figures each so 48 figures total). The picture above is BG 7.
A close up.
There is one BG (11) comprising two stands of cannon (six figures and two cannon total).
The last of the horse is in BG 12 which comprises 6 bases of light cavalry (12 figures).
Finally, there is a wagon and two carts which would form the basis of a good camp. I will also throw in 3 foot and and 14 extra mounted (all painted as above) so you can make commander and subcommander bases.
We're asking $300 OBO (this includes shipping with insurance in Canada or the US). For shipping, each base will be bubble-wrapped and then floated in a box of peanuts. Offers to email@example.com