We are working on an expanded line of artillery in the usual 28mm or 1/64th scale.
The first piece, which is still in development, is a generic 18th century field gun. This piece would be useful from the very beginning of the century in The War of the Spanish Succession right through the Seven Years’ War to the American Revolution.
There is also going to be a howitzer model to accompany it, as well as a limber, pictured below.
The limber is the typical one horse wide variety, where the rear horse is between the poles and then a number of horses (depending on the gun being pulled) are harnessed together single-file in front. As you can see, these are no the later caisson-limber style; ammunition was carried in separate wagons.
We are looking at doing quite a variety of 18th and 19th century pieces as we work out the process of making the masters and casting them. We would love to hear from you about what you think you’d like to see–and of course, buy.