Late 20th century - Tin, in good condition
From the DelPrado series 'Cavalry of the Napoleonic Wars’:
Russian campaign of 1812.
- Marshal Ney, Russia, 1812.
- General Caulaincourt shot at La Moskowa (Borodino), 1812
- Trooper, French Carabiniers, 1812.
- French Chasseur à Cheval, 1812.
- Officer, French (Empress) Dragoons of the Garde Impériale, 1812.
- Officer, Bavarian Chevau-Légers, 1812.
- Marshal Kutusov, Russia, 1812.
- Cossack, Platov's regiment, 1812.
- Russian Ordenski Cuirassiers, 1812.
- Trooper, Russian Pavlograd Hussars, 1812.
A total of 10 figures on horseback.
Scale approx. 1:30
The height of the figure on horseback is approx. 100 mm
The weight per figure is approx. 380 grams.
The figures are in a good condition (some figures have smaller paint damage or minor distortions).
In Marshal Ney the base of the hand to the head has been re-glued.
The figures are shipped in their original but opened packaging.
See photos for a good impression.
|Member since:||July 2, 2015|
Well packaged, fast delivery. Great service
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.You have not send the pic. of the horsesPlease note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Dear Mr. Christensen from Denmark,
You bought two books (including the book you mention with the pictures from the soldiers on horseback) and a framed picture and that is what you received. The value is ca. € 80,- and you got it for € 20,-
Now what is exactly the problem here?
I have send you the three items very well packed and within two days after your payment-release at Catawiki. You should send me a positive feedback for this transaction.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Very bad an false items (sabers)
The description of this items don't say that's a copy and the expert give an estimation for a false and bad sabers...Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.I am very sorry about the misunderstanding but I have given you a choice before sending the parcel with the question if you still wanted to have the sword. I mentioned in the Catawiki-description that it is 'in the style of' and that is a correct description of this sword. It is not an
€ 10.000,- value Napoleonic original but indeed a later (not modern) copy, which you bought for € 340,-
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Velp (GE), Netherlands.
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