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'eDamn the heat and the flies! 

Iron Duke Miniatures

FLAGSHEETS

All sheets £5.00. 

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BRITISH/HEIC FINIALS

Up to 1858 the 'finials' adorning the pikestaffs of a stand of British Army (or Honourable East India Company) regimental colours took the form of a hollow gold coloured spear point, with a transverse bar running across the interior space. Each of the pikestaffs was further adorned with two trailing cords of twisted crimson and gold silk with tassels. You will find sets of cast metal finials and cords appropriate to the regimental colours below listed within our 'THEM' range (see THEM 12). This is a good place to mention that we also have cased colours available at THEM 13. 

IDM01 Union Flags (x 3).

Particularly suited for standard bearers in command groups, tented camps and HQ buildings etc.

IDM02 Red over white lance pennons (x 21).   

IDM03 HM 24th (The 2nd Warwickshire) Regiment (1849).

2nd Anglo-Sikh War. 

IDM04 HM 22nd (The Cheshire) Regiment (1843). 

The Scinde Campaign. 

IDM05 HM 44th (The East​ Essex) Regiment (1841-2).

1st Anglo-Afghan War.

Note that these colours were described by Major Hamlet Wade, who witnessed them passing in review before Sir Robert Sale in Kabul in July 1841, as "very ragged", so you may wish to 'distress' them in some way.

                                      IDM06 EIC Light Cavalry Regts.

Scinde and 1st Anglo-Afghan War. 

3rd Bombay LC and 9th Bengal LC served in the Scinde campaign, while the 5th Bengal LC was destroyed during the Retreat from Kabul. All the Bombay and Bengal Light Cavalry Regiments had guidons very much like these. 

IDM07 Generic EIC Native Infantry Regiment (Yellow Facings).

[Paint in the regimental numeral of your choice]. 

 IDM08 Generic EIC Native Infantry Regiment (White Facings).

 [Paint in the regimental numeral of your choice]. 

 IDM09 Generic EIC Native Infantry Regiment (Green Facings).

 [Paint in the regimental numeral of your choice].

 IDM10 Generic EIC Native Infantry Regiment (Blue Facings).

 [Paint in the regimental numeral of your choice]. 

IDM11 1st Bombay Native Infantry (Grenadiers). 

Scinde Campaign 1843.

IDM12 12th Bombay Native Infantry. 

Scinde Campaign 1843.


IDM13 5th Bengal Native Infantry. 1st Anglo-Afghan War. 

1st Anglo-Afghan War. Regiment of the Kabul garrison.

                  IDM14 37th Bengal Native Infantry. 1st Anglo-Afghan War. 

      1st Anglo-Afghan War. Regiment of the Kabul garrison.

IDM15 Afghan Banners

IDM16 HM 9th (The East Norfolk) Regt.

1st Anglo-Afghan War & 1st Anglo-Sikh War

IDM17 HM 18th (The Royal Irish) Regt.

1st Anglo-China War

Also carried in the Crimean War, with the addition of the battle honour 'China', on a scroll set over a Chinese Dragon device. In the interests of symmetry the Sphinx and 'Egypt' moved to the lower left side, just above the arms of Nassau, while the Chinese distinctions were placed in the corresponding position on the right.   

IDM18 HM 29th (The Worcestershire) Regt. 

1st and 2nd Anglo-Sikh Wars.

Also carried during the Indian Mutiny, with the addition of the battle honours 'Ferezoshah', 'Sobraon', 'Punjaub', 'Chillianwallah' & 'Goojerat'. 

IDM19 HM 31st (The Huntingdonshire) Regt.

1st Anglo-Afghan War & 1st Anglo-Sikh War. 

IDM20 HM 39th (The Dorsetshire) Regt.

Gwalior Campaign 1843. 

Also carried in the Crimean War, with the addition of the battle honour 'Maharajpore'. 

IDM21 HM 41st (The Welsh) Regt.

1st Anglo-Afghan War. 

Also carried in the Crimean War, with the addition of the battle honours 'Candahar', 'Ghuznee' and 'Cabool 1842' [sic in all cases]. 

IDM 22 HM 50th (The Queen's Own) Regt.

Gwalior Campaign and 1st Anglo-Sikh War. 

IDM23 HM 61st (The South Gloucestershire) Regt. 

2nd Anglo-Sikh War.

Also carried in the Indian Mutiny, with the addition of the battle honours 'Punjaub' [sic], 'Chillianwallah' & 'Goojerat' [sic].  

IDM24 HM 62nd (The Wiltshire) Regt.

1st Anglo-Sikh War. 

Also carried in the Crimea, with the addition of the battle honours 'Ferozeshah' [sic] & 'Sobraon'