John Holt of Warrior Miniatures recently expanded his 20mm catalogue to include a new Indian Mutiny line. The 24 foot figures produced so far include British regulars, Highland infantry, Sikh infantry, Afghans, mutineers and rebels, and civilians. On the mounted side, there are 9 more codes, while each side also can find a gun and crew. All figures have been designed and sculpted by John.
Foot figures sell for 40p each, mounted types for 80p, and the guns with 3 crew members retail for £2.40.
At this point there are no pictures available. This is the first Warrior offering in 20mm to date from before the 20th century. They already cover campaigns from the Spanish Civil War to the present day in this scale.
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