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Accessories  

XX001 3 x 3 cm bases (square)
These are used for the majority of Peter Pig rule systems.   Usually infantry
40 Bases in a pack.   
£3.50

XX002 3x 4 cm bases (rectangular)
Usually used for cavalry and equipment.
40 Bases per pack.   
£3.50

 XX003 4 x 4 cm bases (square)
These are usually used for guns and generals
10 Bases per pack £2

Battle Clock £4.50 (XX020)
To record the game countdown.
Goes from 0 to 21. Most Peter Pig games use a 21 point countdown.
Diameter 3" (7.5cm)

  The famous Piggy Dice £6
Bag of 20. Choose colour   All dice are 16mm size.   Piggy on the 6.
                                                 
Black D6. (xx201)
Red D6. (xx202)                                   Orange (xx203)
Kawasaki green (xx204)                   British racing green (xx205)
Blitzkrieg grey (xx206)                           Spitfire blue (xx207)  

16mm dice. Peter Pig first produced these dice with piggy head on the 6 (instead of the traditional 1 in 2003).  Another innovation from Peter Pig.


XX004 Pair of choice dice
2 faces "I choose" 4 Faces blank.
Used when a player wishes to choose the location of the casualties inflicted. Used in some Peter Pig rules.   
£1.50 per pair

Peter Pig 15mm figures
Peter Pig is one of the world's leading 15mm manufacturers.  We make 5500 different figures and models.  These are distilled into   1800 (15mm) packs. Every range has an associated set of 15mm rules. Also there are related 15mm scenery ranges to accompany the figure ranges.  In these days of wandering measures of sizes into 18mm, 12mm and other sizes close to 15mm, Peter Pig has remained true to the 15mm ideal.  These other sizes are often an attempt by a manufacturer to create a market  for just their peculiar size. It is also used by sculptors who cannot work well with the 15mm size restriction and so need extra size in order to create acceptable sculpts. Peter Pig will continue to do 15mm wargame figures.  We will also constantly return to each range in order to carry out updates and additions.
Thus we have 15mm ranges with longevity and future potential.


British

1. British Infantry firing EW

15mm WW1 figures - British infantry firing

2. British cavalry EW

15mm WW1 figures - British Cavalry

3. British cavalry, late war (1 pose)


4. British late war cavalry command

(2 teams)

5. British EW seated

7. British higher command EW

15mm WW1 figures - British Higher Command

8. British gun crew EW

9. British dead EW

11. British 18pdr gun(x1)

13. British HMGs EW
(2 teams)

20. Scottish infantry(caps)

32. British naval Infantry

38. British dismounted cavalry EW

79. British Mk IV Tank Male (1x resin and metal kit)
£6.50

15mm WW1 tanks

80.British Mk IV Tank Female (Resin and Metal kit)
£6.50

87. British 1914 infantry charging EW

88. British 1914 Guards infantry advancing (taller than 15mm!) EW

91. British cavalry lancers EW

92. British cavalry command EW

93. Indian infantry (turban)


118. British in helmet advancing. LW

119.  British in helmet firing LW

15mm WW1 figures - British Tommy in helmet

120. British in helmet and gasmask LW

15mm WW1 figures - British Tommy in gasmask

121. British in helmet and leather jerkin. LW

122. British gun crew in helmet LW

123. British Lewis gunners in helmet. LW

124. British Vickers HMGs/helmet. LW

(2 teams)


15mm WW1 figures - British Vickers HMG

125. British dead LW


126. British sportsmen in helmet (cricket, rugby, football) LW

132. British LW grenade launchers

133. British stretchers and bearers

(4 stretchers and 4 stretcher bearers- giving two teams moving and two spare stretchers on the ground- 8 castings)



6. British LW grenade throwers

281. Trench raiders

Germans





14. German 77m Gun (x1)

15. German higher command EW


26. German dismounted cavalry EW

90. German 1915 Stormtroopers in Pickelhaube helmet EW

15mm WW1 figures - German stormtroopers

98.  Stormtroopers +grenades LW

99. Stormtroopers +SMG LW

100. Stormtroopers +gasmasks LW


15mm WW1 figures - german stormtroopers in gasmasks

101. Dead stormtroopers LW

102. Stormtroopers with flamethrower LW

Flamethrowers worked in teams of 2 men. The man with the canister on his back is positioned behind the squirter man. the rear man's hose can be animated to show some flex.

103. German gun crew LW


104. Stormtrooper field gun
(1 Gun; crew NOT included)

105. Minewerfer (mortars) (6 of)

106. German LMGs (Lewis) LW


15mm WW1 figures - german Lewis gun

107. German HMGs LW

(2 teams)

108. Stormtrooper reinforcements LW

111. German infantry in helmet firing LW

112. German infantry in helmet charging LW

130. German 105mm howitzer (x1)


134. German stretcher bearers
(4 stretchers and 4 stretcher bearers- giving two teams moving and two spare stretchers on the ground- 8 castings)

149. German Freikorps....will do as LW Germans in light kit. Advancing





190. German EW HMGs (3 of)

191. German EW firing


192. German EW advancing


193. German EW charging


194. German EW command advancing


195. German EW gun crew

196. German EW dead

197. German EW standing casualties


198. German EW jaegers advancing


199. German EW jaeger command

15mm WW1 figures - German jaeger command

200. German EW jaeger  HMGs

(2 teams)
 

15mm WW1 figures - German Jaegers

201. German EW jaeger firing


202. German HQ staff
Telephone/despatch/others



203. German EW cavalry
One piece models (3 variants)


204. German EW cavalry command
One piece models

240. Uhlan dismounted

241. Uhlan dismounted command

242. Uhlans
One piece models (3 variants)

15mm WW1 figures - Uhlans

243. Uhlan command
One piece models (3 variants)

15mm WW1 figures - Uhlan command

244. Uhlan empty horses +holders



French

This is the largest WW1 late war French range of figures available in 15mm. The French equipment was used by US forces too. The FT17 is slightly different in US service but not significantly so.

160. French infantry EW advancing

161. French EW infantry firing
 


162. French EW infantry command


163. French EW gun crew

Figure on far left has no base because he goes astride the gun trail sides to service the 75mm gun!

164. French dragoons mounted




165. Dismounted French dragoons

166. French EW dead


167 .French EW HMGs

(2 teams)

168. French EW higher command

169. French 75mm gun

170. French alpine infantry (alpine beret)

171. French Zouaves

172. French zouave command

173. French LW advancing with bayonet


174. French LW charging with bayonet


175. French LW NCOs


176. French LW standing firing

177. French LW Hotchkiss HMG

(2 teams)


178. French LW grenade launchers

179. French LW advancing no bayonet
 

180. French LW assault troops with rifle

181. French LW  LMGs

182. French LW officers

183. French LW kneeling firing

184. French LW assault LMG, grenades

185. French LW gun crew

186. French LW ragged veterans

187.  French LW dead

188. French LW
trench gun (2 of)

189. French LW gasmasks advancing

220. French LW flamethrower teams

221. French LW surrendering

222. French LW trench raiders


280. Tirralliers Senegalese

250. FT 17 octagonal turret + gun (£5)


251. FT 17 octagonal turret + MG(£5)


252. FT 17 round turret + gun (£5)

253. FT 17 round turret + MG ( £5)



Belgian

These 15mm figures are for the early war Belgian army. This army faced the German 1914 onslaught and fought bravely.  The Belgian equipment was showing its age in terms of practicality.

19. Belgian dismounted cyclists kneeling

21. Belgian infantry kneeling firing

22. Minerva A/C (Belgian) £5

23. Belgian dog carts/MG (2)

24. Belgian HMGs

Version  Hotchkiss

(2 teams)


25. Belgian carabinier infantry (



27. Belgian infantry standing firing  

28. Belgian infantry advancing (New)

29. Belgian guide cavalry 4 figures

 ( one piece poses)

30. Belgian infantry officers

33. Belgian guide cavalry  command 4 figures
 (one piece poses)

34. Belgian gun crew


35. Belgian NCOs

36. Belgian grenadiers (Elite)

37. Belgian 1905 Krupp gun


40. Belgian dead

109. Belgian higher command


224. Belgian on bicycles (6)

225. Belgian HMG V2  Browning
(2 teams)



Russian



17. Russian greatcoat advancing

18. Russian greatcoat command

31. Russian infantry advancing

41. Russian gun crew

42. Russian Cavalry command (officer and bugler)

43. Russian cavalry with carbine

44. Russian cavalry lancers

(can be used as standard bearers)


45. Russian higher command

46. Russian dead


47. Russian 76mm Putilov field gun

48. Russian infantry standing firing


49. Russian HMG's

(2 teams)


50. Russian infantry without rifles

51. Red guard ( R/W)

52. Cheka(R)

53. Red Guard HMGs(R/W)

54. Infantry in peakless caps-colourful units (W)

55. Naval Infantry(R/W)

56. Navy gun crew (R/W)


57. Naval HMGs(R/W)

(2 teams)


58. Infantry in greatcoat (R/W)

62. Priests and nurses

63. Austin Putilov armoured car

£5.50

64. Russian infantry kneeling

65. Russian infantry command advancing

66. Russian infantry command standing

67. Russian infantry charging





59. Armoured engine and tender.

This is a resin and metal kit £14

Requires TT track


60. 2 Turret armoured carriage.£8
The turrets are octagonal 76mm turrets. This carriage can be supplied with T34 76mm turrets if you want but bigger turret holes will have to be drilled by you.
Requires TT or HoM track.

61. Flat car with sides £5.50

Requires TT or HoM track

16300. Russian armoured train set

A collection of pieces from our Russian WW1 train (Range 16) as follows :  #59x1, #60x2, #61x1           £32

Railroad track
Our train products will  fit TT  rail track products,
We suggest the following options:-

1. Use TT (Table Top) track.  TT is an old gauge  that is  still popular in Europe.
2. Use  PECO "SL -1400" HOm rail track. PECO are usually  reluctant to help (they will refuse to tell you where you might find what you want-commercially sensitive!),  but might be persuaded.   You can go to a model railroad stockist in your own area and ask if they are willing to source it.
3. Buy "cast track"  from a wargame manufacturer such as QRF, Ironclad or Flames of War.

69. Red army infantry

70. Red army gun crew

71. Red army HMGs (red army troops are in pointy hat)(2 teams)

72. Tchanka with 4 crew in peaked hats. Three horses

£5

73. Officers carriage . Five figures and two horses standing.

£5

74. Tchanka with 4 crew in Cossack dress.  Three horses  £5


75. Dismounted Cossacks

76. Crossley Staff car with crew of 3
£5

77. Russian infantry in German helmets

78. Russian tatty partisans

81. Czech Legion infantry

82. Womens battalion of Death(!)

84.Red cavalry/sabre

85. Red cavalry/ command


86. Red cavalry/carbine

95. Russian red army infantry in greatcoats

96. Russian infantry in greatcoat and furry hat

97. Russian officer battalion

129. Russian civil war standard bearers


131. Russian 4 horse limber £4.50





Polish

89. Polish infantry

French uniform + Czapka

113. Polish gun crew

114. Polish lancers

115. Polish HMGs

(2 teams)

116. Polish cavalry command


117. Polish higher command


127. Polish dead





Austrian

135. Austrian infantry advancing/Greatcoat

136. Austrian Infantry advancing

137.Austrian infantry firing

138. Austrian infantry kneeling (waiting to attack)

139. Austrian gun crew

140. Austrian Higher command

141. Austrian dead

142. Austrian HMG

(2 teams)


143. Austrian 80mm field gun


245. Dragoons (1 piece castings)

246. Dragoons - Command(1 piece castings)




General WW1 pieces

21042 Grid markers for Square Bashing Rules (7 pieces)
£3.50

35. Fort turret large (resin)

£5
Ideal for Belgian forts.


36. Fort turret small (resin)
£4.50

21.043 HQ Stuff  
(WW1/WW2) (tables, chairs and scissor scopes


128. Steam picket boat.

Armed with a 3pdr deck gun. 6.5" long. £11.50

supplied without crew.

By Steve Ward...boatman!


Turkish

226. Rifle firing

227. HMG (Schwarloze)

(2 teams)

228. Advancing

229. Charging

 

230. Gun crew  

231. Dead

232. Officers

233. Higher command

 

234. Boys
Boys were often sent to fulfil their father's call up.

235. Cavalry command

236. Cavalry
One piece models (3 variants)

237. Bombers (grenades)

Serbians

Serbia entered the war in 1914. It bravely fought against the much larger Austrian army. It beat the Austrians convincingly in the early battles. eventually superior numbers told and the Serbs fell back to Albania.  This range represents the Serbians army of 1914. It can be used for the slightly earlier Balkan war. After 1914 the Serbian army was re-equipped with kit from other countries. mainly France.

These figures mostly wear the iconic Serbian cap (Sajkaca). Serbians also made wide use of the  moccasin like "opanci". They are sculpted here with the traditional turned up toe.

Serbs

260. Regular infantry advancing

261. Regular infantry charging

262. Regular infantry kneeling

263. Regular infantry firing

264. Regular infantry officers  

Dice is 16mm PP dice.

265. Reservist infantry woolly hat

266. Reservist infantry in cap

Dice is 16mm PP dice.

267. Reservist infantry officers

268. Regular infantry in greatcoat

269.  Casualties

270. Higher command

271. Machine guns
(2 teams)

272. Gun crew

273. 75mm
Schneider Canet
Field gun (x1)  

274. Cavalry troopers

275. Cavalry command
Bugler and standard.
Use troopers for officers.

276. Dismounted cavalry

277. Dismounted cavalry command

278. Armed women militia

Another view of pack 273, Serbian gun.

Third pose from pack 274 Serbian cavalry.

Range 16    World War 1

WW1 Boxed armies for Square Bashing games

Army 11. Austro-Hungarian 1914-15     £120

Army 14. British B.E.F. 1914.    £90

Army 16. British late war 1918    £94

Army 18. French early war. 1914    £118

Army 21. German early war 1914-15    £128

Army 23. German late war 1917-18     £85


Army 13. Belgian early war 1914   £140

Army 37. Russian 1914-15  £129

Click here to see the box content list

Pierre Laporte

Pierre is a prodigious painter. His painting is great. Here it is.  Thanks to Pierre!


Visit his website here (recommended).

4th Polish uhlans (lancers)


Alexeievsky

Czech legion

Visit his website here (recommended).

Drozdowsky

German Freikorps

Belgian Minerva armoured car

Polish infantry

Polish artillery

Tchanka and officer's carriage

Trotsky's red sotnia

Visit his website here (recommended).

New Belgian riflemen

Belgian dog carts + other figures


FT 17 tanks

Visit his website here (recommended).

RCW Kornilovsky regiment

Polish HMG

Red infantry

RCW tanks
(British made)

King Albert

Carabiniers

Line infantry

Belgian
grenadiers

Belgian cyclists dismounted

British
naval infantry

French
territorial
infantry

German mid war storm,troopers 1915

German 1914 uhlans (lancers)

RCW Samoursky

Pierre has painted some great figures here . There should be more to come (Pierre?)

Pack Contents

The 15mm figures are made of metal ( a pewter).  Infantry packs usually have 8 figures , from a variation of 3 poses. Older infantry packs include an officer as a fourth pose. Newer packs have the command as a separate pack.


Due to continued costumer pressure we have relented and now make HMG packs with 2 gunners, 2 weapons, 2 loaders and 2 commanders
(May 2019).

Field gun packs consist of a single gun kit only.

Vehicles are also sold as singles.

Russian armoured trains

These are all by Neil C.  

A fine array of Russian locomotive power.

Thanks Neil

Further conversions are in the offing, 2 variants of the Ov class, with 6 wheeled tenders, a ‘toblerone’ armour clad version of your Wild West 4-4-0 [to replace my lamented lost ‘Transcaspia’] and an entirely scratchbuilt part-armoured Ov (showing running gear)…

I’m thoroughly enjoying this project and your continued support with spare parts is much appreciated!

A Sormovo Works variant ‘No.12 In Honour of Comrade L Trotsky’ alongside your conventional Armoured Locomotive ‘Comrade Blyukher’, together with the heavily converted Wild West train morphed into a Russian ‘A’ class 4-6-0 ‘Tashkent’





Robert's Belgians Uhlans.   Have a look see. (Click here)