Infanterie Sudiste Confédérée de la Guerre de Sécession, 1861–1865

Revue de Figurines d’Italeri au 1/72

Infanterie Sudiste Confédérée de la Guerre de Sécession, 1861–1865, 1/72 Figurines Italeri 6014

The box contains a nice mixture d’officiers et autres rangs de l’infanterie in shell jackets, most of whom can be painted pour représenter infanterie nordiste as well. In fact, les figurines sont un peu trop uniformes pour représenter infanterie confédérée a la fin de la guerre. Within nine years of the original product review, published in Janvier 1999, les figurines d’Infanterie Confédérée de chez Italeri pictured here have brittled et disintegrated.


51 figurines en 14 poses – 24 mm correspondent à 173 cm hauteur de corps

  • Officier de cavalerie avec revolver
  • 3 Officiers avec épée nue
  • Standard-Bearer & Drummer
  • 9 debout (Képi)
  • 15 avançant (Képi, Hat)
  • 12 tirant (Képi)
  • 3 Loading (Hat)
  • 3 Fixing Bayonet (Képi)
  • 3 Dismounted Cavalry

1 cheval


  • Excellent detail. Folds in the clothing, facial features, buttons, metal fittings, et weapons are beautifully detailed.
  • Striking faces, each figurine is a character.
  • Useful historic poses. These troops are good value for joueurs de guerre who need to fill entire regiments.
  • The dismounted cavalry trooper does not really belong in this box, but he’s a welcome addition to the growing number of cavaliers pied à terre available in this scale. The man actually makes a perfect horse holder, et his carbine can be used to upgrade any cavalry figurine lacking one.
  • Le porte-drapeau is a very nice figurine, but the flag is too small. Joueurs de guerre may find this acceptable, modélistes may want to scratch-build the proper item.
  • Most figurines in this set may be painted pour représenter d’infanterie de l’un ou l’autre armée.
  • Good casting quality, some flash.
  • Cast in light gray plastic, these Confederates are suitable for speedpainting. Unfortunately, the PE plastic of these figurines has brittled et disintegrated within nine years of purchase.
  • As is the case in other figurine sets, some standard equipment is carried incorrectly. The most frustrating problem is that many figurines carry the cartridge box on the left hip, where they can’t reach it during reloading. Likewise, the bayonet scabbard is worn left ou right, as the sculptor wishes. Bayonet scabbards differ in length noticeable.
  • The officiers carry their pistols incorrectly, avec the butt facing backwards, et the holsters are not of the military variety. Best cut these off et scratch-build your own. Tassles are in evidence to the left of the belt buckle, but the sashes are not visible underneath the belt. Sculptors, please note: The waist-belt is not a sash! None of the officiers show the typical insignes de grade confédérés, tresses hongroises on the lower arms. These will have to be painted on.
  • Too many of the hommes carry regulation knapsacks which would have been quickly lost ou discarded in the field. Clearly, these troops are not veteran rebel infantry.
  • The crouching, firing man is in a very uncomfortable and, therefore, unrealistic pose for a combat infantryman.
  • The mounted officer’s horse is rearing, not a very versatile pose for a diorama ou wargame unit. Joueurs de guerre et dioramistes may need one of these dramatically posed animals, but figurine manufacturers give us entire armies of them. What a waste of valuable resources. L’officier lui-même est un type de cavalerie, mais il peut être peint pour représenter un officier général.

Déploiement Historique

  • Infanterie Confédérée, 1861–1865
  • Infanterie Nordiste, 1861–1865

This box offers good value for money. Most of the poses are solid wargaming types, et they will mix well avec figurines available from other manufacturers.

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Figurines de la Guerre de Sécession