The individual photos of this new range in 'old 30mm' will be up in the next day or so but the infantry listing is there - I am quite tempted - seriously tempted - multipart figures in a classic toy soldier style - I reckon they'll sell like hot cakes especially at what seems like a reasonable price per figure. Bavarians and Chasseurs a Pieds are interesting new additions. They say:
'CLASSIC 30mm FIGURES
A brand new range of multipose 30mm miniatures which, given the 'scale creep' of recent years, fit extremely well with 28mm miniatures from other manufacturers.
This specially-commissioned range begins with the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71 but will grow over time to cover other major conflicts of the mid to late 19th century.
Elegantly proportioned, easy to paint and competitively priced, this range is destined to become a firm favourite with wargamers.'