The Battle of Waterloo: British, KGL & Hanoverian Regiments 10 mm Scale Miniature Flags (TBW-04B printed version)

£14.95
£14.95
The Battle of Waterloo - for Metal Miniature Collectors and Wargamers
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"The Battle of Waterloo: British, KGL & Hanoverian Regiments 10 mm Scale Miniature Flags" A4 printed booklet, is specifically suited for collectors and wargamers who require accurate, detailed flags, for Wellington's British, King's German Legion and Hanoverian units that fought at Waterloo on June 18th, 1815.

This unique set features 150+ miniature flags that are designed and arranged to be cut out with scissors, and then glued to metal miniatures. All the flags have been measured to fit the 10 mm Pendraken range.

Features:

* Historically accurate flags for all the British and KGL infantry & cavalry regiments, including both the King's and regimental colours.

* Original recreations of flags for all Hanoverian regiments, based on conjecture, generic details and some creative licence.

* Natural-looking folds and creases for each flag.

If your aim is to paint, collect or wargame Wellington's British, KGL and Hanoverian Waterloo regiments in 10 mm scale, and you want a complete and realistic selection of flags to choose from already printed for you, then this selection is ideal.

"Very good quality product. Really nice professionally made set of flags. Came with notes about the flags, which was a nice touch." - Richard, Dalkeith, UK

"Brilliant value. Flags are perfect. Well printed and presented. 10/10!" - Gary, Carlisle, UK

"I love the flags. Will make my models stand out." - James, Coventry, UK

"Beautiful product. Very impressed." - Marc, Exminster, UK

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YOU WILL RECEIVE: A4 Booklet comprised of 5 pages of laser colour flags, 1 colour page of information, 1 colour cover, 1 index/copyright page. SHIPPING: UK - Free. USA/Canada, Rest of the World - 1-2 copies of any book, £10.00/ 3+ copies, £15.00 maximum. Excess shipping will be refunded within 24 hours. QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS PRODUCT?: email "Michael" at tbwaterloo@protonmail.com

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