Figures to use to represent the White Company

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Figures to use to represent the White Company

Post by TigerG » Wed Mar 05, 2008 2:09 am

Trying to find figures to represent the men in the following link ... ompany.htm.

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Post by Kineas1 » Wed Mar 05, 2008 4:12 am

Understanding that this is a Wyeth illustration to a fictional book by Conan Doyle with only the most vague of references to the real White Company...

Wargames Foundry make some really excellent Medievals. Perry Miniatures (search the title online) make an even better range--the Agincourt range--which covers this period in beautiful detail--at a stiff price.

Old Glory in the USA makes fine figs for the period at a much lower price. All three manufacturers mix well for scale.

There are dozens--nay, perhaps hundreds--of 28mm and 15mm manufacturers. I recommend you search "28mm Hundred Years War" or "28mm Longbow" or some more imaginative search I'm not thinking of until you find what suits you (or substitute 15mm).

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Post by hammy » Wed Mar 05, 2008 8:53 am

In 15mm you can't go far wrong with Corvus Belli

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Post by Ironhand » Thu Mar 13, 2008 11:26 am

Hammy's right. Corvus Belli makes gorgeous 15MM figures - some of the best. I just wish they made Republican Romans :(

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