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Waterloo Map Now Available

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Waterloo Map Now Available

Post  Lardy Rich on Wed Nov 04, 2009 11:16 am

Gentlemen

I am very happy to announce that the Waterloo Map is now available in either hard copy or pdf download.

Produced on nice sheets of high quality A3 paper the map itself takes up eight sheets (the ninth being the cover which also serves as an overview of the whole area) and is in full colour with the battlefield being represented in 1:7500 scale.

Bill Leeseon drew the map based on the 1815 British Army survey and combined it with Belgian contour maps to provide what is probably the most accurate representation of the famous battlefield and its surrounding area.

This map is ideal for newcomers to Kriegsspiel looking for a modest gaming area, or for gamers and historians who are keen to gain a better appreciation of the area.

Hard copies may be had for just £7 plus postage, or downloadable pdfs for a mere £5, the latter being instantly accessible.

For more details view ther TooFatLardies web site at www.toofatlardies.co.uk

Regards

Richard
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Re: Waterloo Map Now Available

Post  James Sterrett on Wed Nov 04, 2009 2:06 pm

Very Happy

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