Category: News

THE Steve Dean!

Genuinely excited to have THE Steve Dean, of THE Steve Dean painting fame, adding his great painted TAG Renaissance miniatures to our On Line Gallery. He’s done some tremendous work, check them out HERE!

Landsknecht Zombies Released

Fresh from our successful Kickstarter this Spring, we are very please to announce, that now that all the Backer Rewards have been shipped, we can get-on and add these 5 new 28mm white metal miniatures, onto our Online Shopping Cart […]

Royal Swiss Released

This week TAG are delighted to announce that our Royal Swiss miniatures are being released for general sale through the TAG Online Shopping Cart. Swiss infantry of this period (1535 – 1570) fought exclusively, for the French Royal house of […]

Landsknechts in pluderhosen

Added to the Workbench this week, and into the mould and cast for the sculptor to start work on, are these Landsknechts in Pluderhosen, which have reached the doll stage of thier ¬†production. These miniatures are the first of our […]

French Royal Swiss.

Shown below are the TAG Swiss miniatures for the middle of the 16th Century, roughly the period from 1530’s -1570’s. Throughout this period, the Swiss were employed exclusively by the French Crown as Elite Mercenaries, and fought for them in […]

Jintsi Released

The latest minis to go on general sale through the new TAG shopping Cart are our Muscovite Russian Jintsi Guard cavalry men. These were used in such small number that when we originally planned the Russian range, we hesitated to […]

Bear Knight Kickstarter Live!

Pledge now to help TAG add these two new additional packs of 28mm Dwarf Empire Bear Knights on foot to our current range, Funded here on Kickstarter 18 months ago. These 8 new original miniatures represent the Dwarf Knights of […]

Price Rise Imminent

Hi, Well, I said it was Bad News Week here at TAG, and this one is a real downer… As of the 1st of July TAG will raise all its prices though-out its range of 28mm white metal miniatures. Basic […]

Russian Jintsi

Additions to our Muscovite Russian range are the first new miniatures to features in our new and improved Workbench pages. The Muscovite miniatures that we have are for the period roughly covering 1550 -1675, which to be honest is not […]

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