Foot figures are sold in several ways. Command packs include 4 figures for $3.75 US, while the rank and file can be purchased in groups of 6 for $5.50. Finally, a regiment of 20 figures, including command, costs $17.50.
THE PLASTIC FIGURES
Manufacturers’ Designation and Number of Poses:
The Revell figures come from two boxes. From left to right they are: CHECK
B: 02574 “Austrian Infantry, 7 Years’ War.” This box includes 46 foot figures in 13 poses, plus a mounted officer. D: 02572 “Prussian Infantry, 7 Years’ War.” This box includes 46 foot figures in 11 poses, plus a mounted officer.
Height (measured from sole of foot to eyes): Box 2574: 23mm. Box 2572: 23mm.
Height (measured from sole of foot to top of head): Box 2574: 25mm. Box 2572: 25mm.
Availability and Cost:
These sets are not currently listed as being in production at Revell, but boxes and used figures can be found at online and local hobby shops.
Notes on the Samples:
Some of the Revell figures were obtained in a trade with Will McNally, and others donated by Liam Sullivan.
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