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Napoleon's German Allies (3): Saxony
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Both wore a long-tailed coat but while the musketeers shown in the top two rows wore a bicorn the grenadiers had a bearskin cap much in the Austrian style. All the figures here are on the face of it correctly dressed and equipped, but a closer look reveals a number of concerns, which you may choose to call problems with either accuracy or sculpting.
All the bicorns have the pompon, which is fine, but this is sometimes oddly shaped. All the men have the long pigtail, as they should, and the grenadiers are correctly shown with moustaches, but none seem to have the curls over the ears which the small bicorn would have revealed. All the grenadiers also carry the same large bicorn on their backs, which seems odd considering all the troops also had a forage cap, but there are plenty of contemporary illustrations such as the Hess plates which seem to confirm this.
Musketeers had straight swords, as here, but the grenadiers had sabres with a noticeable curve, not the straight examples on these models. Moving on to the NCOs, the musketeer NCO in the second row has been provided with a separate spontoon for which HaT have usefully provided a choice of heads. He also has a cane, partly as a sign of rank, and he carries a pistol supported on a belt in typical Saxon style. The grenadier NCO in the bottom row also has such a cane, which is good, but he seems to have a full musket when he should have the rather shorter carbine.
Both troop types have been provided with officer poses too. The musketeer officer with the hat is in a classic but rather flat pose, presumably pointing the way to his men.
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Sources suggest that officers wore a sash and a gorget, which are both missing on this figure. However again contemporary prints show officers without these items so we must assume they were not obligatory. The grenadier officer does have both these common symbols of rank, and is correctly armed with a firearm as well as a sword.
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Finally the drummer and fifer have a very curious feature - armbands on both arms. The sculptor here seems to have taken them at face value, repeating and exaggerating the original artistic mistake. It would be our guess that all these problems are the result of some poor sculpting as the Saxon army is blessed with a wealth of evidence on their appearance and the box drawing gets most of these issues right.
In broader terms the sculpting is quite fair with reasonable detail although you could not describe it as particularly sharp in some cases.