Prussian Dragoon 1910 BMM42

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The Prussian’s always considered the dragoon as a mounted infantryman. In the early day’s they carried drums and infantry weapons and their name derives from the type of weapon which they originally carried. Although they were of lower status than cuirassiers and rode on smaller horses, they were in combat more often. The dragoons were universal troops, they could skirmish, scout, fight dismounted and make all-out charge in pitched battle. The dress of the German dragoon had always had some characteristics of the infantry, the helmets and tunics followed the infantry pattern in many respects.
This bust is based on the Imperial German Westfälisches Dragoner-Regiment Nr. 7, Rittmeister(Captain),1910. However with the change of the regiment number on the epaulettes and following the painting guide below the bust can be painted to any of the regiments listed.
Note: Glue in place the regiment number’s of choice between the stars on the epaulettes. All tunic’s pale sky blue (cornflower) Helmet Plate and Fittings: Gold, Regiments 7, 8, 11. Silver: Regiments 4,5,6,12. Helmet Cockade: Left side: State colors ,Right side: inside out Red ,Silver, Black, all plumes black.

 PAINTING GUIDE REGIMENT     HELMET PLATE AND   FITTINGS COLOR     TUNIC EPAULETTES-GOLD     BUTTONS     FACING-COLOR   
No.4SILVERPALE YELLOWSILVERPALE YELLOW
No.5SILVERPOPPY REDSILVERPOPPY RED
No.6SILVERBLACKSILVERBLACK
No.7GOLD GILTPINKGOLDPINK
No.8GOLD GILTLEMON YELLOWGOLDLEMON YELLOW
No.11GOLD GILTCRIMSON REDGOLDCRIMSON RED
No.12SILVERCRIMSON REDSILVERCRIMSON RED

THE BUST IS BASED ON THE COMPLETE WESTFÄLISCHES DRAGONER-REGIMENT NR. 7, RITTMEISTER(CAPTAIN), 1910 UNIFORM IN THE CRAMER MUSEUM.

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Description

Prussian Dragoon 1910
Westfalian Regiment No. 7
Can be painted Dragoon Regiments 4,5,6,11,12
1/10 scale resin bust
Sculpted by: Aaron Brown
Box Art Painted by: 7th Dragoon by Sang Eon Lee
4th Dragoon by Ben Dekker
BMM42

Unpainted/assembly required

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