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The sculpting is of the usual excellent Esci standard, with plenty of good, clear detail.
On a couple of the figures the sculptor has resorted to having the sabre-briquet standing proud of the body to help with the mould, which looks unnatural, but generally these are very nice figures with no flash.
By 1815 much of the army had adopted the square lapels specified in the Bardin regulations of 1812, but the Imperial Guard retained the older cutaway habite-veste, as here.
There is an error here, because the bearskin had no front plate, which all these figures have.
Though there has had to be some loss of accessories on both the barrels and the carriages in terms of losing chains and other small items, the detail is as good as could reasonably be expected for such relatively simple models.