Renaissance

The TAG Renaissance range is a thing of beauty. Planned to cover the whole Renaissance period from the late 15th Century though to the the 1650’s is is still a work in progress 10 years after is first releases.  The whole range breaks down into about half a dozen sub-periods, but most of the armies have some kind of contact with the other periods surrounding them, so lots of troops have multiple uses.

So without further waffle, here it is;

Conquest of the New World

Covering the warfare in the New World, in the early 16th Century we have Spanish Conquistadors, as well a a good selection of natives to interact with them, Aztecs for the Triple Alliance, Tlaxcalans and Otomi.

Sculpted by Nick Collier (Spanish), Mark Sims (Aztecs) and Alan Marsh (Tlaxcalans and Otomi)

Early Italian Wars

The Italians Wars is a huge period in its own right with conflict lasting over 60 years, but this range concentrates at the start of that period with the Spanish and Italian forces for the period 1495 – 1530.

Sculpted by Nick Collier

Tudor – Valois

Miniatures for the end of the Italian Wars period, with English troops for the 1544 invasion of France. This range is currently a work in progress, for more information checkout our ‘Workbench’ features.

Sculpted by Nick Collier

Thirty Years War

A very big range of what we primary call Germans, as these troops represent the bulk of the fighting forces in the period between the 1612 and the the 1648. There were of course other nations involved, Swedes, Croats, Hungarians and many more…

Sculpted by Nick Collier

British Civil Wars

The ‘English’ Civil War is not a huge priority for TAG, but we do have a few miniatures which would be useful for the wars on the British Isles in the 1630’s and 40’s. We have a very good range of Scots, as well and a few English.

Sculpted by Nick Collier

Eastern Renaissance

The Renaissance period in the East is an incredibly colourful period, with interesting and varied troops wherever you choose to look. We have a number of nations well covered, Poles, Turks, Russians, Cossacks, Tartars.

Sculpted by Nick Collier

Of course wherever possible we have added all the weapons and equipment to online our web-cart.