A member of the 1st United States Sharp Shooters (Berdan's Sharpshooters) peers from behind a stump seeking a target. He's wearing the distinctive green uniform and Prussian style back pack unique to the 1st and 2nd USSS units. 54mm figurine by Pegaso.
A Confederate Infantry Lieutenant stands holding the first national flag of the Confederacy, also known as the Stars and Bars. Cap, collar and cuffs are the regulation infantry blue. 54mm figurine by Pegaso.
Marshal Poniatowski wearing the uniform of the Polish Lancers of the Imperial Guard. Elevated to the rank of Marshal during the Battle of Leipzig in 1813, he was badly wounded and drowned attempting to swim the Elster River during the retreat, having held the rank for 3 days. 54mm figurine by Historex.
Prince Eugène wearing the uniform of Colonel of the Horse Chasseurs of the Imperial Guard. Josephine's son by her first marriage, he served Napoleon more capably and more loyally than any of the Emperor's own brothers. 54mm figurine by Historex
Captain Jack Sparrow stands defiantly atop a spar. 54mm figurine by Andrea.
A Highlander ready for battle on Culloden (Drummossie) Moor, April 16, 1746. Although this figure carries a targe (shield) most highlanders at the battle were without one and that had a negative effect on their tactics*. 75mm figurine by Elite.
* A favorite tactic for fighting against soldiers armed with muskets and bayonets was to come in low and use the targe to lift the enemy's musket in order to have clearance to use the broadsword.