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Dave's 6mm Napoleonic Austrian Uhlans

 Commission for another friend, some 6mm Austrian lancers, all four units that were ever fielded in the Napoleonic Wars. Dave will base them later.

Top view, not much to see really!

Front view

Hand painting Austrian flags, help!  Hypnotized Silly Nerd Hypnotized

Rear view


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