Parliamentarian Command

Here's Parliament's command. Painting by Alan Tuckey, basing by me.

Cromwell, and cornet (with his cavalry regiment standard rather than his Lord Protector's standard).


Parliament's second in command, identified by having a dog. A proper dog, not a poodle. Haven't decided who it represents yet.


Another as yet unidentified general


This is a Matchlock general, paint job is one of mine. Has a look of Black Tom about him. Might rebase him with the dog. His sash looks a bit untidy ''blown up' so he might get a minor repaint too.



Finally a brimfire and treacle preacher.



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