|As the flag shows this is an American privateer (the cannons are still missing)|
Here is a review:
- Brigade Games: British Napoleonic Navy (BG-NBR 022, 030-034), French Napoleonic sailors (BG-NFR 140, 141); Pirates (BG-BPP 008 etc.). Well sculpted types of seamen.
|British seamen: 2 Midshipmen, boaring party I, gun crew of 4|
|British Navy Command figures|
|Pirate gun crew|
- Britannia Miniatures: Napeleonic gun crews and officers. The simple sailors are quite pittoresque characters (RIC 1-6; BTC 1-11).
|Command figures: Master, gun commander, bosun, lieutenant, sailing master|
- HistoriFigs: They have a number of Marbleheaders and two sailors of the AWI period (HFG-014 - 017; TA-001 - 006).
Marbleheaders and two AWI sailors
- Newline Designs: British and French Napoleonic sailors, mostly gun crews and boarders (NN01 - NN58); the able bodied seamen are quite suitable for our period.
Some examples, a French captain on the right
- Redoubt Enterprises: There are rowers and a tillerman with tricorn hat with their landing barges sets (FIX 6 and FIX 7), and of course lots of pirates that are suitable for 18th century sailors (BC 22...).
|The man at the tiller and with the boat-hook are Redoubt sculpts (the rowers are by Brigade Games)|
|Rowers by Redoubt man my British gun-boat|
|Some pirates by Redoubt|
|Another Redoubt pirate at the bow|
- Steve Barber Models: Some Britsh sailors (NN1-10), and some French counterparts (NN 31-35); the officers are definitely Napoleonic.
|British sailors (and a converted "Admiral Nelson")|
|French seamen: Captain, lieutenant, and 3 sailors|
- War Modelling Miniatures: Sailors (NAV0015, NAV0016) and officers (e.g. NAV0001, NAV0003, NAV0006).
2 captains, a lieutenant, and 2 climbing sailors