Also, I've been trying to find suitable cavalry for my Renaissance Polish Haiduks to be able to use them(Winged hussars just seemed to anachronistic for the mid 18th Century). after a bit more reading on the polish in the early 18th century, I began looking for pictures, and the miniatures of early Uhlans. what's interesting is that the early Polish Uhlans were dressed in a similar fashion to Haiduks. I found that Front rank(early bosniak lancers) and Eureka(Polish Uhlans in the Saxon range) both make some. The Eureka figures end up cheaper after shipping, So I'll probably go with these.
|Polish Uhlans in Saxon Service |
|Polish Haiduk circa 1683|
I already have 72 TAG haiduks(48 musketeers and 24 with Bardische axes) If i get these cavalry, they will fit in nicely style-wise with them. I'm also going to bet some Old Glory Renaissance Polish artillery crews, as they are also dressed in the haiduk style. this will give my army the uniformity expected in an 18th century style army, but with the cool and unusual style of the Haiduk uniforms. the nation, as you can see on the map, is called the " Vojewodeztwo na Polhynow" (Palatinate of Polhynov in English).
I also received my Electorate figures earlier this week:
|The Full Kurfurst Regiment Incuding the detached grenadiers, |
and the first squadron of the Metzger Kuirassier
|Close-up of Obrist-Leutnant Erlichmann and the Command party.|
Just need to add the static grass and flocking.