Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815

FeR Miniatures SKU: MHB00039
Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815
Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815
Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815
Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815
Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815
Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815
Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815
Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815
Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815
Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815

Officer, Coldstream Guards Waterloo, 1815

FeR Miniatures SKU: MHB00039
Incl. VAT:  Regular price £42.50
Excl. VAT:  Regular price £35.42
/
  • Low stock - 2 items left
  • Inventory on the way
All model kits require assembly and painting
Shipping calculated at checkout.
Add To Wishlist

1:12 scale resin bust. Sculpted by Paul Deheleanu. Boxart by Marc Masclans. Kit includes: 6 kit parts.

WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER BUYING THIS BUST:

– This fantastic sculpture by Paul Deheleanu has a lot of character and perfectly captures the dramatic mood of the final battle of the Napoleonic Wars.
– This bust offers a variety of textures to explore.
– Our signature resin quality allows you to get the figure clean and ready in almost no time, so you may invest your precious free time in what really matters: painting and having fun.

The Battle of Waterloo was the final and decisive episode of the Napoleonic Wars that saw the defeat of the French Imperial Army commanded by Napoleon Bonaparte.

The strategy followed by Bonaparte on the final days of his last campaign was mainly aimed to keep separated the allied Prussian and British armies, the first ones fielded against him after his return from the Isle of Elba. The French Army was greatly composed of hardened veteran troops and, if it managed to face its enemies one by one, the emperor was confident to even the odds and achieve victory over the Coalition forces.

The diverse engagements and maneuvering of the opposing armies culminated near the small village of Waterloo, in Belgium. The Anglo-Dutch forces had assembled a front opposed to the French deployment, trying to hold their ground until the arrival of the Prussian Army. Between both armies there were some scattered small farms that were promptly occupied by the British, to hinder the advancement of the French, and to force them to invest time, effort, and troops to try to capture them.

In one of these farms, Hougoumont, The British garrisoned forces from a few regiments, among them the Coldstream Guards and, since the opening moments of the battle, the French started to send wave after wave of attacks in order to capture the position. In one of the best-known skirmishes of the battle, some thirty French soldiers, commanded by Sous-Lieutenant Legros, managed to break into the farm through the north gate, leading to a desperate, no-quarter, hand-to-hand fight between them and the defending guards. None of the French survived, except for the young drummer boy, spared by the British in the last minute.

Our bust depicts a brave officer from the Coldstream Guards, getting ready to fend off another assault of the French.

Note: This is a resin miniature kit that requires assembly and painting.

Text Courtesy of FeR Miniatures

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Recently viewed