Range 5- Washington's Army (AWI)
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AWI army 8- Continental (American) late war army.(WAB08)   99                Add to Basket
AWI army 4- British Southern late war army.(WAB04)   97    Add to Basket
AWI army 5- British loyalist army.(WAB05)  120     Add to Basket
AWI army 6- Continental (American) early war army.(WAB06)     114     Add to Basket 

 

  Want to see more?  http://lee-libertyscall.blogspot.com/    Lee has done a splendid blog with PP troops!!!  Thanks Lee

This is a new range for 2010. The range covers the American War of Independence or Revolutionary war. 
The rules are called "Washington's Army". This range will be the most up to date of any manufacturer, incorporating the latest research.  There are already 160 original sculpts in this range (not just conversions of figures) with lots more on the way. This already makes the range much bigger than that of most other company's, wherein packs often only have one pose. Notice that the white stockings and bearskins beloved of AWI battles were not a  common feature on the AWI battlefield after the first few battles. Most research indicates that the bearskins did not even get to America! Flags were not always carried by British units either. The figures in this range are mainly sculpted in battle poses rather than marching, as the units in WA are in action from the game start! This range will start a whole new interest by companies and gamers in AWI as I don't think anyone has released new 15mm AWI figures in the last few years? This will be great for the period.


Don't forget that many packs could be used for both sides.
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Line infantry=standard units armed with musket and bayonet. Usually in 6 base/24 figure units. Flags.
Light infantry=better than line infantry and able to operate in various orders. Usually in 6 base/18 figure units. No flags.
Dragoons= the standard cavalry type of the war  for both sides. Usually in 3 base/9 figure units. Flags.
Field artillery= the standard type of artillery.  Usually 1 gun and 4 crew on a base.
Battalion gun= standard lighter gun. Usually 1 gun and 3 crew attached to a foot battalion.
Generals= mounted commanders. Usually 4 per army.
Militia = standard non line infantry. Not bayonet armed. Usually in 6 base/18 figure units. Flags.
Indians= native American . Musket armed but not usually the core of an army. Usually 6 bases/18 figure units. No flags.

 

       
AWI vignettes and men by Kevin Lowth....a very talented southerner
Queen's rangers highlanders!!

AWI unit "De Lancey's   by Richard Watts. Thank you Richard.

 

A= "Admirable". Smart uniform. Recently deployed units. Recently supplied units.
B= "Battle hardened". Uniforms showing adaptation and campaign wear.
C="Crikey".  War torn. Uniforms/clothes that need replacing

All basic packs have either 8 infantry or 4 cavalry figures .

1. British line infantry advancing (B)
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2.British line infantry foot command (A)
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3.British line infantry
firing (B)
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4.British light infantry (B)
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5.British light infantry command (no standard bearers!) (B)
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6. British line infantry (tricorne) (B)
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7.Scottish highland infantry in trousers
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8.Scottish highland infantry in kilts
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9.Scottish highland command in trousers
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10. Scottish highland command in kilt (B)
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11.Guards advancing (B)
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12.Guards lights advancing (B)
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13.Guards command (B)
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14. Dismounted dragoons (A)
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15. Dismounted dragoon command (A)
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16. Dragoons (A)
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17. Dragoon standards and buglers (A)
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18. British line infantry (tricorne)firing (B)
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19. American line inf, hunting shirt, firing (B)
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20. American line infantry Adv in hunting shirt (B)
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21. American line infantry firing (A)
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22. American line infantry command (A)
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23.Militia command standing (B)
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24.American light infantry in hunting shirt (B)
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25.Militia advancing (B)
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26. Militia infantry firing (B)
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27. Militia long riflemen firing (B)
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28. Indians advancing with muskets (B)
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29. Indians firing (B)
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30. Indians with hand to hand weapons (B)
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31. Mounted generals (American) (A)
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32. Mounted generals (British)(A)
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33. Gun crew in tricorne (A)
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34.Battalion guns x 2
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35. Field guns x 2
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36.Gun crew in rough clothing (C)
Can be used as militia gun crew

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37. Militia command advancing (B)
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38.Militia command in hunting shirt
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39.Mounted militia
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40.Scouts(B)
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41.Gun crew in round hat (B)
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42.Queen's rangers advancing
(These can be based as either light or line infantry in WA)
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49. Queen's rangers command (B)
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50. Militia in shirts firing (B)
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51. Militia kneeling firing (B)
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52. Militia standing, with muskets "at ready"(B)
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53. Militia in bandana/headscarf
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55. British grenadiers advancing with bayonet (A)
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56. British grenadier command (A)
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57. British grenadier or line battalion command (A)
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58. Tatty continentals (C)
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60. Hessian musketeers firing
 (line infantry)
(A)
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61. Hessian grenadiers advancing (line infantry)(A)
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62. Hessian grenadier command (A)
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63. Hessian officers (to match any Hessian unit)(A)
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64. Hessian grenadiers firing (A)  
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65. Hessian musketeer command (A)
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66. Hessian Jaegers (light infantry)
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Pictures by Kev Lowth!

67. Hessian fusiliers advancing (A)
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68. Hessian fusilier command (A)
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69. Hessian Jaeger command
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70. Hessian gun crew
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71. Hessian mounted officers
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72. Militia skirmishing (B)
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73. Continental infantry in hat (B)
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74. Continental infantry standing ready
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75. Continental infantry charging
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76. Legion infantry advancing (B)
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77. Continental infantry loading (B)
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78. Continental infantry command charging
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79. Legion infantry command (B)
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80.  British light infantry (bobs) in caps.
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81. AWI ammunition cart 3
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82. AWI baggage cart 3
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83. American infantry in hunting shirt marching
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84. American infantry in uniform marching
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85. American command marching
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86. British Grenadiers marching
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87. British in round hat marching
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88. British in cocked hat marching
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89. Hessian grenadiers marching
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90. Hessian fusiliers marching
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91. Hessian musketeers marching
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92. Hessian casualties
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93. Dragoon horse holders and empty horses(4 empty horses, 2 mounted dragoons)
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94. Dead Indians 
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95. 17th Light Dragoons troopers
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96. 17th Light Dragoons horn and standard bearers. (Use troopers for officers)
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97. 17th Light dragoons on foot
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98. 17th light dragoons foot command
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99. French line marching
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100. French line firing
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101. French command advancing
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102. French flank chasseurs advancing
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103.French Chasseur command
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104. French grenadiers marching
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105. French Grenadier command
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106. French sapeurs with axes
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107. French gun crew
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108. French line advancing + backpacks
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109. French colonial advancing
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110. French colonial command (drum, officer and NCO)
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Kev Lowth has kindly rushed up a picture to help identify the new French .  Thank you Kev.

 

 

Markers for Washington's Army

43.Disordered markers
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44.Casualty markers 
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45.Low on ammunition markers
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46. Extra ammunition markers
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47. Ladies waving
(use as flanker record markers)
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48. Artillery casualties
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54. Happy workers
(use as flanker record markers)
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59. Dead markers
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Steffen Marbach  has painted some PP AWI for skirmish gaming. They look good. These miniatures were from the  Spielzug 2013 gathering.  Thanks Stefan.

 

 

Shakespeare studios..thanks Jez!

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  A full set of AWI photos featuring PP figures.
We were playing Knyphausan's attack at the Brandywine river.
The battle was victory for the Crown forces with both crossings taken but the Americans retreated in good order to fight another day. All miniatures Peter Pig (including houses and sheep) 840 painted PP miniatures.

 

 

These pictures from Rage Olsen's Piggy collect
Thank you!

 

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Accessories

XX001
3 x 3 cm Bases (Square)
These are used for the majority of Peter Pig rule Systems.
Usually infantry
40 Bases in a pack.    3.50
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XX002
3x 4 cm Bases (rectangular)
Usually used for cavalry and Equipment.
40 Bases Per pack.
3.50
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XX003
4 x 4 cm Bases (Square)
10 Bases per pack
These are usually used for guns and
2
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Battle Clock 4.50
 (XX020)
To record the game countdown. 
Goes from 0 to 21.  Most Peter Pig games use a 21 point countdown.
Diameter 3" (7.5cm)

  

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XX004
Pair of Choice Dice
2 faces "I choose"
4 Faces Blank.
Used when a player wishes to choose the location of the casualties inflicted. Used in most Peter Pig rules.
1.50 per Pair
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6
Piggy Dice. Bag of 20. Choose Colour
All dice are 16mm size. Piggy on the 6.

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16mm dice. Peter Pig first produced these dice with piggy head on the 6 (instead of the traditional 1 in 2003).
Another innovation from Peter Pig. 

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