Pieces: 50Scale: 1:72Plastic model kit. Requires assembly & paintingGlue & paint not included
- 50 unpainted figures in assorted poses
The line infantry was the backbone of Napoleon's Grande Armée. The “shako” headgear adopted in 1806, replacing bicorn hats, and the Charleville 1777 musket, are the most characteristic elements of French line infantry. The equipment was completed by the briquet, a sort of infantry shortsword. The kit also includes the regiment's drummer and the “eagle-bearer” carrying the regiment's insignia.