Hi Guys Picked this up at Figure World from Steve at SK Minitures its the (former Ademola) French Cuirassiar 1815 1/9th Resin Bust Ltd Edition of 75 Sculpted by Grzegorz Kupiec. " You perceived in the distance whet appeared to be an overwhelming long moving line ....on came the mounted host ....while the very earth seemed to vibrate beneath their thundering tramp" British Infantaryman describing the French Calavary charge at Waterloo I won't give loads and loads of information as I am sure you are pretty informed about this famous calvalry regiment . The figure is contained in a strong box with ample packing to protect the 16 pieces , The kit is in light resin and is cast very very well with crisp defination and detail .You will notice that the pictures show it in gray but that is due to me giving the kit its under coat . It's a clever combination of horses head and neck and the conventional half bust figure , the Calavay mans head is in a slightly lowered position as almost in deep thought , perhaps this was the morning of Waterloo. The horses head with sculpted horse tack is very well sculpted and the head is slightly turned to the calvaryman . The horse bust is supported on a a bar and horse shoe keeping the equine thread ,a very nice touch . A little bit of filling on the left arm is required as with the ears and neck addition of horse but not much. I think this looks a very very nice kit and will be my first foray into the French Calavary period so please be gentle with me lol . For all the Napolianic period enthusiasts this really would be a lovely addition to your cabinet .