Napoleonic French Line Infantry (1812-1815)


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The French Army used the term fusiliers to designate ordinary line infantry, as opposed to specialist or élite infantry, such as grenadiers, voltigeurs, carabiniers or chasseurs.

In 1812, the cut of the coat was changed into a coatee that included short tails, a blue crowned N on the turnbacks, and the lapels fastened down to the waist and cut square. The waistcoat was made higher and was therefore not visible. The black gaiters came up to below the knees. The plate on the shako was now a crowned eagle over a semicircle with the regimental number inscribed on it. 

This minifigure is designed for scenes set from 1812-1815, and is well suited for mocs of the Battle of Quatre Bras, Ligny, or Waterloo. 


United Bricks custom printed collectable minifigures are printed on genuine brand new LEGO parts using a high quality UV printing method. They make the perfect gift or addition to a collection, and are a great way to learn history through building and creating scenes. This Minifigure features a fully printed 360 torso and legs, along with a printed head. It also comes with a bicorne hat and Brickarms flintlock musket with bayonet.

This product is not a toy. Not intended for use by persons 14 years of age or younger.

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Fig looks good and it feels good in hand the quality of the 3D printed shako is great

C A Rhodes | | July 2022

Bon titre.

Figurine excellente avec des détails très réaliste.

Samy Germain | Angers - France | July 2022

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