Austro-Hungarian Uhlan trooper WW I

V16002 - 1/16 scale resin mini bust with optional head!

Austro-Hungarian Uhlan trooper WW I

1/16 scale resin mini bust.
Designed by Sándor Harsányi.
The boxart painted by László György

The price is 20 EUR


The Ulans:

The Ulans (Austrian spelling) were one of the three traditional cavalry regiment type (Dragoons, Hussars, Ulans) of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The K.u.K. common army had 11 regiments, while K.K. Landwehr had another 6 . The Ulan regiments were usually recruited from Polish, Ruthene or Ukrainen population (in Galicia) but also from the German part of the Empire as well as from Croatia or Bohemia.

The Figure:

Our figure is based on a picture of K.u.K. Galizisches Ulanen-Regiment 'Erzherzog Carl' Nr.3. with the majority of Polish origin. Facing colour of collar and cuffs were madder red for all regiments, but the top cloth covering colour of czapka and the buttons had different colours regiment by regiment. Further reading of the uniforms: Verlag Militaria - Stefan Rest (Editor) The Emperor’s Coat in the First World War

Czapka Colours:

The czapka was black the eagle and decoration were brass with regimental number in the middle of the eagle crest. The spectacular horsehair was black with brass badge (FJI) , but the trumpeter had a dyed red version.

Figure Details

Scale: 1/16

Release Date: 2020

Number: V16002