Colonial Nineteenth Century
THE COLONIAL NINETEENTH CENTURY RANGE features foot and mounted figures for British and colonial armies as well as artillery and equipment to suit all sides. If you are fighting on the North West Frontier then the Russian figures from the Russo-Japanese War range might provide Queen Victoria with an additional adversary!
THIS WAS JACK ALEXANDER'S first and most admired range and it is easy to see why. In particular the lovely and extensive artillery and equipment range was well ahead of its time when first produced and still is hard to beat today. Can one really have enough Gatling guns? After all, most jam on a double one!
HOT OFF THE WORK BENCH are a small range of 1882 Egyptian Army. Infantry, cavalry and Krupp 6pdr Field gun and crew. SOME OTHERS include British dismounted cavalry, colonial German infantry, infantry and Highland colour bearers. I know the British Army did not carry colours in the latter part of the century but it does give you the option to make your army look more colourful. Other new items include Royal Navy ship's crew, a Boer pom-pom gun, limber and crew as well as some splendid British and Egyptian camel corps figures. Look out for more new products as they are added to this range. See the 'JACKLEX MINIATURES NINETEENTH CENTURY COLONIAL WARS PRODUCT LIST' for full details.
A SAMPLE BAG consisting of five random foot and mounted figures is available from this site.