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Excellent game!
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A glorious display, Mark. Everything looks just right.

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Yes, a splendid looking game. The figures have a wonderful elegance and liveliness to them.

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I have now added some Prussian artillery to the collection.

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The figures are a mixture of Kieler and Scholtz. The full round gun is from Eagle miniatures.

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Lovely paintwork Ilkey.
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Lovely!
Always an interesting dilemma with flats and artillery; flat or fully round?
Judging by Berlin Zinnfiguren there's a tradition of fully round guns as that's what they offer in the flats section.

As a newcomer to flats, it's all very shiny and addictive! ☺
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Nice to see some more progress on this project, Mark. Proper guns work.
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Very nice. Definitely think the 3D guns work best.

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Ilkley Old School wrote: Mon Apr 01, 2024 9:39 am I have now added some Prussian artillery to the collection.
Excellent painting, I love 3D cannons with flat figures.
Sorry I missed this when you first posted.

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