I have been going over the 'pile o lead' and re-encountered some things that had been under planning and/or consideration.
This post is to focus on some English Civil War (ECW) pike & shot, horse, and Scots that I have re-encountered. They were packed in Essesx, Dixon and Hinchliffe boxes, but I am reasonably sure they are not from those manufacturers. I share some quick photos (a little out of focus on one) to help in the identification process.
|The selection of pike and shot with an officer and drummer|
|The horse, with an armored torso and non, 4 heads and arms including a trumpeter|
|The Scots, including more pike and some different riders (no arms/heads swapping needed)|
|The peasants, clearly they are from a different manufacturer as they are smaller, come with shields and empty hands for holding spears or pikes (or could be used as artillerymen?)|
Maybe those of you out in the internet land that recognize these blokes could leave a comment about them?