15mm Renaissance Figure Suppliers
This Madaxeman.com's directory of suppliers of 15mm Renaissance Figures. There is a sister directory for Ancients Figures also on this site
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If you are looking for 15mm ECW, TYW, Polish, Ottoman, Samurai (with guns), Dutch, Restoration British, Swedish, Tatar or French Wars of Religion wargames figures, you've come to the right place. This page has detail of the ranges carried by ALL the 15mm Renaissance suppliers I can find. For each supplier there is a full listing of the armies they have figures for, a guide to how they package their figures (singles, packs of 8 etc), details on how you can order from them, and a link to their site. The information on this site was hopefully correct when I created it, and I do try to keep it updated but please check shipping rates and quantities yourself when ordering. if you see anything that needs changing, please tell me via the email link on this page
You can also rate any of the manufacturers - please do vote on those you have figures for as this helps other gamers decide what to buy.
I have deliberately omitted listings for the "Late Medieval" and lots of the "Generic Eastern Islamic/Horse Nomad" armies as these can be found in the directory for Ancients Figures.
Whilst in practice there are differences, many ECW ranges also often promoted as being able to cover the Thirty Years War - and a number of similar era armies. Whether this is accurate or not is down to you - however I have tried to make a note of whenever a manufacturer lists a specific "TYW" range
These ratings are almost all separate to those in the Ancients Directory, as the quality of a manufacturers Renaissance and Ancients ranges may differ - so make sure to vote here as well as on the Ancients Page. Where a manufacturer only has one set of ranges in both periods, the rating is combined.
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The 15mm Figure Manufacturers Listings
- Essex have a vast range of 15mm figures in all periods and are often seen as the "baseline" for all other manufacturers - whatever army you are looking to buy Essex will have a figure range for it, and the decision you need to make is "can I find any manufacturer of figures I like better than those from Essex?" (or maybe "everyone will have these Essex figures - I want my stuff to look different as it will then give the impression that I have a personality of my own!"). IMO their figures are always to a good standard, take paint nicely but are sometimes accused of lacking a little in "personality" or animation. Very good consistency and compatibility throughout the entire range.
- In their Renaissance ranges they have ECW/TYW (combined), Scots Covenanters, Scots Royalists, Highlanders, Irish, some Croats, Stradiots, Reiters, Spanish, Ottomans, Polish, Landsknechts, Cossacks, Moghuls, Muscovites, Indians, Streltsi, Tatars, Swiss & a generic Italians Wars range, French Wars of Religion (Hugeonot and Catholic), Spanish & English 1559-1605.
- They also have a generic European Nations range for the periods 1660-1695 and 1695-1745, which also includes HIghlanders
- Essex sells figures in packs of 8 foot or 4 mounted, usually with 2-3 variants per pack in the newer ranges.
- The brand-new and updated Essex website has a full listing of figures, with a very complete set of pictures of all the figures, usually painted but some in bare metal.
- Essex used to be known as Mikes Models way back in (Reniassanace) history, and many 15mm Renaissance armies you will come across may well still feature Mikes Models figures. They are still available from Essex on special order and are even listed on their website - but were a very differently styled range. They were much shorter and less anatomically correctly styled that the current ranges - but are still much loved by some collectors & gamers.
- Vexillia sell Mirliton in the UK, but they are also available direct from Italy.
- Their ranges sneak up to the edge of the Renaissance, with some Alexander Nevsky Russians that might do for Tatar types, Condottieri that might make it into the Early Italian Wars, and some fairly early Swiss
- The Italian website has pictures of nearly all the figures - some painted, some not - and can take online orders using credit cards or Paypal. T.
- A venerable range of 15mm figures now owned and produced by Caliver Books in Nottingham. Ranges in the Renaissance include C16 Moorish, Aztecs and Incas, Burgundians, C16 French Italian Wars (with Swiss and Landsknechts), ECW and TYW (with specific Swedish / Imperialist / French / Spanish figures), Poles, Russians, Cossacks, Tatars, Moghuls, Muscovites, ECW, French Wars of Religion, Dutch, and Ottomans. They even have some Pirates. Aaaarrrrhhh!.
- Minifigs have been around since before I was born (-ish) and some of the castings are starting to show their age. The lack of raised, dry-brushable/inkable detail on many of the figures looks very, very dated. A new improved website sees pictures on the increase throughout the site, with none for some ranges
- Supplied in the usual packs of 4 and 8 all cast with spears and shields in place, cast in the UK and also in the US.
- Minifigs also sell the Matchlock Miniatures ranges, which are being gradually brought back into production.
- These are slightly shorter, and far more actively moulded and posed figures than Minifigs own mouldings. They somewhat duplicate the Minifigs ranges, in having ECW, Irish Wars, Italian Wars, Late C17 Restoration British and others, Samurai and a dedicated TYW range covering all the main protagonists.
- Donnington have a range of 15mm figures which again cover most armies. They are in a range knows as Warfare in the 17th century - covering ECW, TYW, Poles and Eastern Europeans (Croats), Ottoman Turks, Wars of Louis XIV French, The Age of Turenne and Montecuccli (German, French and Dutch).
- There are several different sets of sculpts in this range - by general agreement the Louis XIV ones are the best, Turenne and Montecuccli and the TYW stuff is OK, but the later C17 European ones are a bit iffy. All are usually a touch larger than Essex, and chunkier too
- As a result of increased interest in the period Donnington have recently started a re-mastering and re-moulding programme for their Rennaisance ranges. The 'Thirty Years War' range is first to complete its rennonvation and photos of the range have now been posted in their online shop. A completely new 3pdr batallion gun has been added (ARTTY04) which fits onto a 25mm deep base making it ideal for FOGR Regimental Gun markers
- Donnington - unusually - sell figures individually.
- They also offer a painting service through sister company Ancient & Modern Army Supplies (who paint armies to order).
- Finally, they do some casualty figures useful to use as markers.
Gladiator Miniatures (formerly Black Hat, now owned by Fighting 15's)
- The Gladiator Miniatures range were formerly owned by Black Hat Miniatures, but as of September 2018 the ranges were sold to Figfhting 15's in the UK and are now all available from them.
- The ranges are of proper 15mm Essex-sized figures for the Malburian, Earl Rernaissance (i.e C15/6 Italian, Spanish, Swiss and Maximillian), Samurai, Aztec (and Enemies) and English Civil Wars. The ECW range is around 40 figure codes strong, and the Malburian/WSS set runs to almost 80.
- Different sculptors over the years mean some ranges are quite chunky
- Spears are generally cast in-hand.
- They sell in packs of 8 foot and 4 mounted
- The Fighting 15's site is in the process of systematically updating the (many thousands...) of pictures of the figure ranges, to replace them with better quality inked photos fo the bare metal figures. Site navigation is excellent, with the full catalogue taxonomy visible on the left hand side of each page. They take Paypal and credit cards.
- Well regarded and expanding US-based online-only retailer succesfully and regularly shipping worldwide
- Have an ever expanding range (check their website for new announcements) including Elizabethan English, West Sudanese, Arabs, Mapuche, Chichimec, Chinatecs, Irish and Scots ECW, Renaissance-era Swiss, Spanish Imperials, Iroquios Indians, Manchu / Quing Chinese (maybe even the Kushans?), Late C17 Eastern Europe Hungarians and Haiduks for the Kuruc Rebellion, Very Late Medieval Swedes, Renaissance Irish, Tibetans and a nice Thirty Years War range with proper TYW-designed figures. They also now make and sell the Testudo range, which also has it's own separate listing
- Figures sold in a variaty of pack sizes so make sure you check all the pack sizes before ordering!.
- Khurasan's own TYW ranges are designed to be big enough to mix with Testudo and the other 18mm-ish companies, and the only ones I have seen certainly fit that description. The Hungarians however are true 15mm.
- Most ranges also come from different sculptors, so compatibility between ranges is not always as good as with some other manufacturers.
- A fairly complete set of pictures of the ranges are shown on the site.
Testudo Miniatures from Italy
- The highly regarded Testudo range was temporarily revived by Italian military painter Guiseppe Rava, with a Thirty Years War range also usable for ECW (it has ECW Personalities too).
- The range however has now been sold to Khurasan Miniatures, who have just started to release the Testudo figures alongside their own lines They are generally very highly regarded sculpts, which are very large compared to the "Essex standard" but compatible with Khurasans own figures. Khurasan have used their own horses though.
- They sell at around $5 for 12 foot or 6 mounted
- Produced in Poland, and available from Polish gaming site wargamer.pl
- Technically the company is known as "Wargamer", however I suspect calling them "Fire and Sword System" is a touch more distinctive than saying "Wargamer Figures" (!!!)
- Also now available in the UK from North Star Figures under the By Fire and Sword brand
- Renaissance ranges with Muscovites, Swedes, Cossacks and Crimean Tatars as well as XVII Poles and Ottomans, as well as some natty flags, fortifications and buildings.
- Sold direct and via North Star in unit sized packs that work out at about 1 Euro per mounted figure.
- Museum sell 15mm figures cast in a pewter-like metal. For Renaissance gamers, they have a Renaissance range covering Islamic Persians, Landsknechts, Mamluks and Ottomans, a Reformation range of ECW Royalists, Scots and Parliamentarians, and some Samurai
- Sizing is usually bigger than Essex, veering towards the "18mm" end of the scale which can make some of the figures look a little lanky - but the website has a massive and good set of pics so you can decide for yourself easily enough.
- They sell in packs of 8 foot and 4 mounted, with many of the mounted coming as one piece castings of horse and rider. Swords, spears and shields are cast in hand, and all the ranges are designed and cast in house. There are a few variants in some packs, but where they exist they are not usually wildly different.
- The website has pictures of nearly all of the figures, usually painted,
- A huge range of all the usual suspects - ECW (including Scots), Early & Late C17 French (maybe - its sort of hidden on their website at this link but they might just be re-packaged TYW figures instead), Jacobites, Samurai, Eastern Renaissance (Polish, Cossacks, Ottomans), Italian Wars, a discrete Thirty Years War range with Early & Late Swedes, Danes, French, Croats, Germans and Peninsular Spanish, Later Spanish Imperial, Early Caroline English, Early Restoration Portuguese, Later 80YW Dutch, and also Ming Chinese and Koreans.
- The figures are compatible height wise with Essex, and many take a paint job excellently despite looking a little crude in the bare metal - with quite heavyweight pikes and muskets cast in-hand - than some other manufacturers out there.
- OG used to sell in packs of 50 foot and 16 mounted - with multiple poses per pack, but the numbers seem to have gone down to a more manageble 24 infantry now. 50 was a chunky number, so a good job they are among the cheapest on offer!
- The US site seems to have pictures for most of these ranges. Ordering about 8 packs from the US recently I paid around $20 in postage, which is calculated at the end of the order process - shipping is claimed at 10-14 days from the US to elsewhere. They take Paypal and credit cards
- Now available fromTimecast in the UK.
- Lancashire Games are the UK's "value" manufacturer with a lot of figures to bulk out your forces quite quickly. Quality is a bit patchy, but they tend to paint up better than they look in the bare metal
- In the Renaissance era they have ECW (suitable for TYW), Samurai, Easterners - Ottomans, Poles, Russians, Cossacks, and a LoA range as well
- They also have generic equipment and a range of Generals
- They come packed in two sizes - packs of 10 foot or 4 mounted or in even better value Battle Packs of 60 foot or 24 mounted - with lots of variants in each pack. At shows they tend to sell only the packs of troops bagged up in much bigger quantities. The figures are usually cast in a fairly soft metal - there are not that many photos on the site.
- Venexia made a large (i.e. closer to 18mm) range of figures covering Ottoman Turks, Italian Wars and the Wars of Louis XIV
- The range was initially sold to US-based company Sgt Major Miniatures, but they appear to have ceased production and at least some of the ranges have now appeared on the Lancashire Games website being sold from the UK.
- The Ottoman range is the first to appear
- Peter Pigs Regimente of Foote rules have spawned a neat ECW & Scots range with just over 40 packs of Horse, Foote and Guns. They also have a separate 50-strong Samurai range
- They come in packs of 8 foot and 4 mounted, all cast in a hard metal with spears in place, with 2-3 variants in most packs. There are pictures of them all on the website
- The home of the oft-overlooked Feudal Castings & - for Renaissance especially - Friekorps ranges, sold by QRF (who also used to use the LKM brand until 2 years ago). The ranges include ECW & TYW 1618-48 (52 products), ECW (31), Renaissance Turks (26), C16 Japanese (9), Renaissance (Italian and Burgundian Wars - 42), Moghuls (18), and a Tudor Wars range (31)
- Sold in packs of 8 foot and 4 mounted, with variants in most packs and there are many cast with separate spears and/or shields. They also sell bases and flags as well as other accessories.
- Quality varies a lot between ranges, but the website has a full set of pictures so have a look at the images on their website and decide
- Figures that can vary in quality but usually paint up better than they generally look.
- The Renaissance 15mm ranges cover TYW, ECW, Polish, Cossacks, Scots, Ottomans, Aztecs, Moghul Indians and Persians. They also have a League of Ausberg range which may well creep in at the back end of the period
- They do also do a wide range of animals, which are excellent for populating your baggage camp!
- Figures are sold individually and are cast with weapons in hand. There are some pictures on the website that will give you an indication of most ranges, using painted figures - but not the full range by any means.
- Fighting 15's are the UK supplier of the Oddzial Ozmy range of originally Polish-cast Tannenberg-era Poles which may just about sneak into this period
- They come in boxed sets with nice cover artwork.
- The Altuos range - sold by 15mm.co.uk - covers 7 chunks of the Renaissance. Lace C15 (6 Burgundian figures), Early C16 (43 Italians Wars and English Border Wars figures), Late C16 (not yet released), Early C17 (not yet released), Artillery & Crew (2 C16 guns plus crew), and Ottomans (18 figures). Some may be figures previously made by Tabletop Games, but they all come in packs of 8 & 4 as usual.
- The site has pictures of almost all of the figures in the ranges,
East Front Miniatures (formerly East Riding Miniatures)
- ERM stock their own Eastern Renaissance ranges suitable for use in many East European Renaissance armies
- It includes Boyars, Hungarian Gendarmes, armed Voynuks, Peasants and Vlad the Impaler - pictures of all the unpainted figures on their website.
- They also carry Grumpys Miniatures ranges (and produce them under licence in the UK) for Cossacks, Indonesians and Malayans, Colonial Portuguese, Pirates, Chinese Militia, Persians & Moghuls, Yi Korean, and Tupi - with Landsknechts promised soon. Grumpys are also stocked by Eureka in Australia.
Eureka Miniatures Figures
- Eureka's own site (carried in the UK by East Riding - see above).
- Eureka Ranges are also sold in the UK by Fighting 15's.
- Amazonian Indians, and Samurai in this period
- They also stock Grumpys Miniatures, Irregular, and Museum in Australia.
- Well put together site with pictures of unpainted minis for all ranges. They sell individual figures about AU 0.80 foot and AU 1.60 mounted.
- Another US manufacturer with a fairly large range of figures sold individually.
- Ranges for Early C16 (Italians Wars, Swiss, Burgundians, English and Scots, Spanish, Landsknechts), Late C16 ( English, French, Dutch), Early C17 (French, Germans, Swedish, Scots, ECW), all of which are the Asguard/Tabletop Games ranges, plus two Early & Late ECW ranges (which are the Matchlock range Minifigs distribute in the UK).
- Viking Forge have recently revamped their website with photos of nearly all the ranges however they only take $$ cheques or money orders so probably aren't trying too hard to sell to the UK!
- Giving new meaning to the word "niche" in connection with 15mm ranges, Baueda, mostly known for manufacturing resin bagage camps and fortifications also a small range of figures.
- They are Emeshi Northern Japanese tribal warriors, and some Ottoman-Balcan Yaya incendiary javelinmen for pre 1512 Ottomans
- Steel Fist Miniatures is a boutique casting house which started off producing high quality 28mm figures, and more recently branched into 15mm ECW as well.
- Oliver is the sculptor and started up the business around 10 years ago to offer his excellent sculpts, derived from his passion for historic armour. The 15mm ranges have separate metal pikes, and come in standard 8-packs as well as unit sized packs with about 24-28 figures. They are a surprisingly reasonable price for 15mm's, especially given the quality.
- Extensive War of the League of Ausgberg Range , recently (July 2012) purchased from Hallmark Figures, includes Highlanders, Foot, Dragoons, Grenadiers/Fusilers and Horse
- There are some pictures on the Deep Fried Happy Mice site of this range, and a short review however Magister Militum shoudl have some of their own pictures posted shortly too. The figures are a little smaller than the equivalent Essex ranges, and the horses especially are a noticably smaller
- Sold in packs of 8 infantry or 5 cavalry - but you have to buy horses separately, which isn't currently clear from the website and which also makes the mounted rather pricey as they come out almost twice the price of Essex!
- Whilst the website is very good indeed, MM have no pictures for this range at the moment
- Samurai, Aztecs, Conquistadores and Warriors of Abyssinia that work for this era.
- Some of the ranges have a very distinctive style that in its extremes veers towards the cartoonish - which is not to everyone's tastes, but is definitely exactly right for some as well.
- The figures are sold in the usual packs of 8 and 4. Shields and spears are cast in hand. They are all designed and cast by Tin Soldier.
- The site has had a recent upgrade to include pictures and online ordering.
- UK Manufacturer with some C16 Spanish & Dutch (Colonials) listed, and a Sedgemoor range with Scots and Royalists as well
- Some of his ranges are Tabletop Games figure ranges also sold by a few other companies, but these look to be Mick Yarrow originals.
- Pictures only for a scattering of the figures, including the Sedgemoor ones.
- The site takes Paypal cash and cheques. They sell in 8 foot and 4 mounted for £2.00 and claim to be "Essex-sized", although some ranges can differ in size and heft from Essex
- Samurai, Colonial Middle Eastern, Indian Mutiny (which might be OK for some Colonies and Conquest armies) and a Marlburian range that is almost OK for late C17. The Dixon/Two Dragons ranges were I suspect all originally sculpted by the same chap, however now the Samurai are manufactured and sold by Caliver Books with the Colonial, Indian Mutiny and Marlburian ranges still made and sold by Dixon. The default choice for Samurai - wonderfully animated figures. I've left them as one listing even though the ranges are sold by two different companies as the style is basically the same.
- Sold in packs of 10 foot and 5 mounted - horses are bought separately
- Blue Moon are a sub-set of Old Glory and sell 15/18mm figures for the Malburian and Great Northern Wars which just maybe creep in at the end of the Renaissance era, and also a range of Pirates (arrr!!) and - maybe - Deep Dark Africa as well. There is a Three Musketeers range in the pipeline, which is just about out now (March 2012). They are sold in the UK by Old Glory.
- The website has nice pictures of all the figures in the bare metal
- They sell in biggish packs (20-30) but with lots of variety in each pack - there are even some nice looking Civilians in the Pirate range
- The US site takes Paypal and credit cards
- Now available fromTimecast in the UK.
- Rebel Minis have one Renaissance era range - Pirates !
- The range is pretty new,and is based around a fairly cinematic view of Pirates - it also includes some fantasy figures such as a mermaid, and "Pirate-hunters" in tricornes
- The website has photos of all of the figures painted up
The former Jacobite Miniatures ranges from Elite Wargames and Models
- The moulds for the Jacobite Miniatures ranges previously sold by Stronghold has now been acquired by a chap from the Wargames Association of Reading club. They are trading under the name Elite Wargames And Models, and are gradually working through the moulds they have to put the ranges back together. They have now got a website where you can see the figures they have managed to work out what they are and put into ranges based on what apparently was a set of unmarked moulds.
- When they were listed at Stronghold the ranges included Hungarians, Poles, Lithuanians, Russians, Mongols, Early & Late C16 European Generic Medievals, Burgundians, Later Swiss, Elizabethan Irish & Scots and some ECW ranges too - they certainly had ECW and early Renaissance ranges on sale at Warfare 2012 and available. They appear to be "proper" 15mm, so in line with Peter Pig, Freikorps and probably Essex - they would absolutely not mix with the Heroci 18mm ranges out there
- There is no website as yet but I found a rather old review of the ancients figures available here on Fanaticus
- They are being sold for £2.50 for 8 foot/4 mounted.
- Seemed like nice people when I met them on their stand - email them for ordering details
- UK based manufacturer now produced by The Little Corporal with a couple of Renaissance ranges
- Sales are currently suspended whilst they look for someone to purchase the ranges (Sept 2018)
- A Nine Years War range suitable for all of the main nations, specifically Bavarians and Anglo-Dutch but also with some French-specific figures and also Inca, Canari and Mapuche as well as Chimu and Mochica ranges from the Americas, and some newer Jacobite and Restoration British ranges. Sold in battle groups, "pack breakers" (i.e. according to DBx basing conventions) and some army pack sizes. Essex-sized but a bit chubbier, and with lots of variety in each pack, cavalry are sometimes cast in 2 pieces with a split at the waist
- Madaxeman's Supplier Rating : 8/10
"Probably Defunct" Ranges
This is a listing of companies who as far as I can tell no longer produce 15mm figure ranges for Renaissance. They are all former producers, but for one reason or another are no longer operating
- This range was started in 2010 producing figures in the larger scale 15 / 18 mm style, but as of February 2013 it has been discontinued. They mixed well with Testudo and Donnington TYW ranges
- Vexillia were the distributor for Acies Edizioni in the UK, but they were also available direct from Italy.
- They had just the one small TYW range
- The Italian website had pictures of all the figures
Vexillia Napoleonic Ottomans
- Cast by Vexillia in the UK, the militia, light infantry and cavalry would have been of use in this earlier period. The range was put up for sale and has not been seen since
- Totentanz Miniatures were a Spanish manufacturer with a briefly famous Continental TYW range
- They were " :100 scale, 16mm to the eyes figurines" and were highly regarded, however the company now seems to have ceased trading as there have been no updates to their website in many years.
- Once produced in the UK, the ranges were sold to a US company who's website now appears unavailable as of 2023
- They did have Renaissance WSS, Ottomans, Italian Wars, Landsknechts, Swiss, some Scots and an Americas ranges of Mexican Triple Alliance, Tarascans, Mayans, Incas, Tupi, plus some civilians and animals.
- The owner of Outpost has posted about his serious health issues on his website, and currently these ranges are out of production. They have some Mughal and similar era Indians that might work for Indian armies of the period, including matchlock men. Their Late Samurai and "Ching" (i.e. Qing/Ch'ing) ranges would also be relevant in this era
- All figures designed and cast in Scotland.
- Another Italian manufacturer who had several highly regarded ranges for this era, sadly the owner passed away around 2020, and whilst there was initially talk of his nephews taking on the business there has been no sign of this coming to fruition, so it is assumued these ranges are now lost. They had 1683 Polish, Imperials and Ottomans from the Siege of Vienna with around 20 figure codes in each, as well as Burgundian Wars Swiss and Burgundians (pre 1490), .
- All packs came with separate shields and open hands for lances, and all had variety in them too
Roundway (as sold by Naismith & Roundway)
- Roundway had a significant range of Late Medieval-Early Renaissance figures which mixed nicely with Essex and similar ranges, but since the ranges were sold a few years ago they have now gone out of production, and the website of the company who had taken them on has disappeared.
- Countries covered included Burgundian, English, French, German, Hindu Indians, Hungarians, Irish, Italian/Venetian, Mameluk, Mughal Indian, Ottomans, Medieval Persians, Poles, Russians, Scots, (Highlanders and Pike-types), Spanish, and Swiss. A Great Northern War range worked for WSS, and included some nice Muscovites.
Naismith (as sold by Naismith & Roundway)
- Navwar had a "true 15mm" range of figures under the Naismith banner but since the ranges were sold a few years ago they have now gone out of production, and the website of the company who had taken them on has disappeared.
- The range had ECW (including Scots), Samurai and Aztecs, Incas and Conquistadores in the Renaissance era. The figures had fine detail and were on the tiny end of the range of "15mm" figures out there. Scale seemed to vary significantly within the range - I have some ECW Royalist pikemen who are 15mm from foot to the top of their hats/helmets and match well with the advancing musketeers, but the kneeling musketeers from the same range were practically the same height even when kneeling.
- QR Miniatures was/is a Polish company selling 15mm figuirs relating to Polish history - from Poland.
- Their website has not been updated for what must be getting on for a decade now, so it would be a brave shopper who would send them money hoping for figures. They list/listed ranges of Poles and Hungarians (1576-1631), Muscovites (1553-1630) and ECW (1642-52) - all in packs of 8 foot or 8 mounted. They also do/did some earlier ranges - the Magyars may have some relevant figures for Renaissance
Gallia from Warrior Miniatures
- Small range of around 50 ECW figures, and also some Samurai all sold by Warrior Miniatures in Scotland who's website now appears defunct.
- Figures were generally quite small
Aquilifer's Flower of Scotland Range
- Italian-based manufacturer who rather winningly described their figures as 16mm "because it's a middle way amongst 15 and 18mm".
- Their website now appears to be defunct (2023).
- They had just one Renaissance range, of Scots and Highlanders
- The Italian website had pictures of all the figures
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