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Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut




Yarkshire





https://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.com/2020/06/28mm-ww1-mesopotamia-cavalry-british.html

After much pondering and thinking and trying different figures I've finally finished a unit of 24 x 28mm Cavalry for Mesopotamia.

These boys are Great War Miniatures with head swaps from Woodbine Design Company and represent the Cheshire Yeomanry who fought in Palestine in WW1.

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

   
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Napoleonics Obsesser




MN

Very nice. I love your WWI in Mesopotamia stuff.

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Buttons Should Be Brass, Not Gold!






Norn Iron

Well done. I like the colours on the horses especially. Are the banners/flags hand painted?

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Yarkshire

Thanks everyone

Vermis, the flag is hand painted, it's something I try and avoid these days but when they aren't avaliable there is no choice.

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

   
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Mekboy Hammerin' Somethin'





Dorset, England

Very cool, I especially like the horses! You even got me to read the wikipedia page on the Cheshire Yeomanry.
   
 
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