BNP9 General Edward Paget (1 figure)

Price: £1.60




Please note this figure does not come with the horse included in the cost. For this figure you will need to also purchase a Saddled Horse (S1 Codes)

BNP9 General Edward Paget (1 figure)


Born the fourth son of Henry Paget, 1st Earl of Uxbridge, Edward Paget became a cornet in the 1st Regiment of Life Guards in 1792. He was MP for Caernarvon Boroughs from 1796 to 1806.

He served in the British Army during the Peninsular War, commanding the reserve at the Battle of Corunna in 1809 and then conducting the advance to Oporto in 1809, during which he lost his right arm. He was second in command under Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington in 1811 and was captured by French cavalry in 1812 and kept a prisoner for two years until the end of the War.


Please order type S1 Horse for this item! We recommend S1/LT1A or S1/LT2A.


This product is from our Front Rank Figurines historical wargaming miniatures range, made from high quality metal, in 28mm.

Item will be supplied to you unassembled and unpainted. 

Suitable for use with: Napoleonic Wars (British)


Notes about our Front Rank Range:

Please note that wire spears/pikes are not supplied and must be ordered separately, this overwrites all descriptions in the product images. You can find the wire spears here.

Brand: Front Rank Figurines

Code: BNP9