Napoleonic French cavalry on parade

Following on from the inspection parade of my Napoleonic French infantry, it’s the cavalry’s turn to be reviewed. I painted most of these figures back in the early 2000s. You’ll see that some of them are painted in a simple block colours, because at that time I hadn’t yet learned how to use highlighting and shading! As usual in my postings, you can click on the images to enlarge them. 12e Régiment de Dragons We the undersigned, administrative council of the 12th Dragoons, grant this certificate of “Congé Absolu” to Pierre van Dooren, trumpeter of the 1st Company of the 2nd Battalion, born 13 February 1787 in Weert, Department of the Meuse Inferieur. Height 170cms, brown hair, blue eyes, round forehead, broad nose, large mouth, no beard, round face, passbook number 1447. Colonel-President Binach, Chef de Brigade Delacpeine, Captain Ribet Versailles 22.4.1814 When I found the above transcript of the discharge papers of my great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfat

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