Foot officer to the mythical regiment “Hussars of Pavia” with parade uniform in 1900. This limited collection of only 200 figures a great opportunity for collectors.
This figure recreated the picture of Ferrer Dalmau “The Hussar”, use the link to the Ferrer Dalmau section in our web.
Denominated how light cavalry, lees armoured but very fast, the hussars are of Hungarian origin in the XV century because his new recruits were taken one of for twenty homes, for this the name of hussar.
For his bravery and ability for the fight this units was copied in all Europe in armament, tactics, weapons and specially uniforms. In Spain the more famous is the “Hussars of Pavia” Regiment, the origin of the regiment is for the militia “Pequeña Armada de Pavia” (Little Army of Pavia) formed to defend this city of northern Italy and dominion of the spanish emperor Carlos I of Spain and V of Germany. In the legendary Battle of Pavia, 24 February of 1525, was one soldier of this force, the biscayne Juan Alonso Pita, who captures to the king of France Francisco I.
The origin of the actual regiment is from the 1 of May of 1684 when general governor of the States of Milan create a light cavalry unit with five companies of croatians riders, begin a history of glory and success. Now the regiment is part of the “Castillejos II” Cavalry Brigade an elite modern cavalry force with a enormous experience in international missions and equipped with the better weapons and vehicles of the modern cavalry.
- Presentation: in luxury quilted case
- Paint: artisanally painted by water resistent paints
- Total weight of: 1.531 grs
- Pedestal: browm, ultraviolet barnished, high bright
- Number of pieces: 24
- Pedestal sizes(mm): 60x60x42
- Pedestal write: "Húsar de Pavía"
- Total measure including a wood base: 27 cm