Samstag, 29. Juni 2013

Saechsischer Patronenwagen

I've seen this vehicle for the first time in a book that was released before Germany got reunited for the 10th time. There was a Patronenwagen (Ammunition carrier) for the Infantry and the Cavalry. The 'Hauptpark' of the army had more than 80 such vehicles, which must've made them a very common sight.

I personally love the Trittbretter as well as the nice texture of the side-parts.

The wheels are Bavarian from my knowledge since our own Saxon wheels will only turn up on tuesday! :--)




Size comparison

Mittwoch, 26. Juni 2013

50K page-views

I'd say that's a perfect opportunity to celebrate!

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The first 25 to write either per email or leave a comment will receive one of our Cantinieres for free! (Obviously another miniature is fine too:-) You must be alright with being announced as a winner however!

I am looking forward to the next 50k!

Your ever so grateful Kawe

Sonntag, 23. Juni 2013

How obscure can it get over at Westfalia?

Bloody damn obscure! At least if men of the caliber of our valued Costumer Alexander Baden come to make suggestions.

What we see below is a Coach used by the French imperial Post Services. Iit's still in the middle of development, but I really thought this should be shared.

The model is part of Napoleons HQ which is a most interesting topic but certainly something with limited Gaming-value.

And that's that :--)