British Artillery Crew
The British artillery crew are depicted in their campaign uniforms and are suitable for either the 1777-78 Philadelphia Campaign or the 1777 Saratoga Campaign. You can also use the American gun crews wearing tricorn hats as British artillery crew in regulation uniforms.
|AE-12. British Artillery Crew Firing (set of 4 figures)|
|AE-11. British Artillery Crew Loading (set of 4 figures)|
|British AE-11 crew shown with AE-3 6-Pound Cannon.|
|AE-3 British 6-Pounder. This cannon can be used by either British or American artillery crews.|
American Artillery Crew
These figures may be used for either Continental artillery crew or for British artillerists in their home uniforms.
|American crew loading (AE-13) set of 4 figures. Shown with AE-2 Swedish 4-pounder cannon.|
|American crew firing (AE-14) set of 4 figures. Shown with AE-1 French 4-pounder Valliere system cannon.|
|AE-1 French 4-pounder Vallier system cannon. This can also be used for the Seven Years War French army.|
|AE-2 Swedish 4-pounder provided by France, used by Americans in the AWI. This can also be used for the SYW.|
|AE-4 Galloper gun (3-pdr Verbrugen tube on a Pattison carriage). Used by British and Americans.|
|AE-4 set. 3-pounder shown unlimbered.|
|AE-5 Limber set includes British limber, two horses and civilian rider. Use for both sides.|