Sunday, 1 July 2007

And hidden in the drawing cupboard are...


Prussian musketeers, fusiliers and grenadiers with the Prussian cuff. I'd done these some days ago but hesitated to put them on the blog, thinking no-one was especially likely to want this particular variant. Well, as luck would have it, Hesse-Fedora today sent a courier saying they were desperate for these templates and the courier was under orders not to leave the premises until he had them in his eager (if somewhat grubby) hands. A little arcane magic on the infernal machine to convert them into useable items and he has now gone off a very happy man who had to wait far less time than he imagined. No doubt en route he will tarry for far too long with a few jugs of ale and a waiting wench in some tavern, and yet he'll still arrive earlier than expected. Everyone will be happy! The fine reputation of the Tippelbruder Template Shop will spread yet wider - oh joy... ;-)

2 comments:

Ed Youngstrom said...

On behalf of Landgraf Bogey, I hereby present the Order of the Maltese Falcon to David Linienblatt of Tippelbruder for distinguished service in sartorial design and production.

Given under my hand this 1st day of July, 1757 at Casablanca.

Ed
Sec'y to his Landgraf

David said...

On behalf of the Template Emporium I am very pleased to accept the Order of the Maltese Falcon on this 1st day of July 1757.

David Linienblatt.