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First Legion American Revolution Collection

Scale 60mm / 1:30, made in Pewter.

American Revolution Personalities

General Washington and Cornwallis.

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British 22nd Regiment of Foot

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British 38th Regiment of Foot

The 38th Regiment landed in Boston in 1774 and took part in the battles at Lexington/Concord, Bunker Hill, Long Island, Brandywine, Germantown, and Monmouth Court house among others so this is one of the storied regiments of the war.

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British Foot Artillery

British Foot Artillery of the American Revolution. With five crew figures and an officer manning the wonderful 6lb gun, British Artillery can now play a prominent role your American Revolutionary War dioramas.

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Continental Militia

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Continental Dragoons

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Haslet's 1st Delaware

This regiment was one of the elite regiments of the early Continental army of 1776. They were among the best uniformed, trained, and equipped of Washington's forces at the time of the Battles of New York and Long Island and were one of the very few units that wouldn't be classified strictly as "militia."

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Woodland Indians

While part of our American Revolution product range, these figures are of course perfectly useful for a much wider time period including but not limited to the French & Indian War. They can represent such tribes as the Iroquois speaking Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Seneca, and Huron or Algonquian speaking Abenaki, Chippewa, Delaware, or Mohicans.

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