Toy Soldiers and Dining Room Battles

Toy Soldiers and Dining Room Battles

Saturday, March 16, 2019

When Irish Eyes are Smiling

In honor of St. Patrick's Day here are some of my Irish troops:


 Manus O'Cahan's Regiment of Foot - English Civil War (28mm Warlord)

Colonel Alexander MacDonnell's Regiment of Foot - English Civil War (28mm Warlord)


Army of the Potomac Irish Brigade - American Civil War (15mm Old Glory)

164th New York Volunteer Infantry - American Civil War (15mm Essex Miniatures)



1st Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers - WW II (15mm Battlefront)


Dillon's Regiment of Foot in French Service - War of Spanish Succession (15mm Dixon) 



FitzJames Regiment Regiment of Horse in French Service - War of Spanish Succession                  (15 mm Dixon Miniatures) 



18th Royal Irish in the 2nd Afghan War.



88th Regiment of Foot (Connaught Rangers) - Napoleonic Wars (28mm Wargames Foundry and Front Rank) 


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    1. Thanks Ray - and your stuff isn't too bad either.

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  2. Sláinte mhaith!

    A lovely collection of Irishmen over the ages!

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    1. It's fun not to look at the different times, but the figures you have collected over the years.

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  3. Great looking units, expecially during the English Civil War imho, superb!!!

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    1. The ECW is my largest collection right now; I think I have been doing the project for about 7 years now. I'm slowly painted some generic Scotsman for all sides of the war.

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