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Welcoming our latest member - bgran11.
20 May 2013
Welcoming Murawski Miniatures!
Please join me in welcoming Murawski Miniatures as our latest TMP advertiser!
"Frustrated by the lack of historically accurate 28mm Poles for the Napoleonic Wars," writes Roger, "we decided to take matters into our own hands, and made contact with Paul Hicks, who in our opinion is one of the best sculptors in the business. Between us, we planned a complete range of Duchy of Warsaw Poles for the period 1807-1814. This was meant at first to be a private endeavour, but the reception we received from across the globe was so overwhelmingly positive that we decided to start our own miniature company in order to share the figures with our fellow wargamers and collectors.
"Presently, the range consists of line infantry (available in full or campaign dress), foot artillery, Krakus and officers (generals and ADCs), with Uhlans, available both in pre- and post-1810 uniforms, soon being made available from our website. The figures have been designed to match the Perry, later Foundry Perry, Calpe and Victrix figures that make up the mass of our collections. Later this year, the Vistula Legion will be launched, as well as infantry in firing poses, and we hope to expand our range to include other of the smaller (and often ignored) states in the coming years.
"For more information, please see the website: murawskiminiatures.com."
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