WW2 French Armor Water Slide Decals
The new system used aces to identify the platoons or troops in the bridge playing order (Spade, Heart, Diamond and Club) and the order of the national colours (Blue, White and Red) to identify companies or squadrons. The company or squadron commander's vehicle was identified by displaying all four aces in the company or squadron colour.
These markings usually appeared on tank turret sides and were sometimes repeated on the rear hull. When carried by Panhard 178 AMDs, they were usually displayed on the hull sides. Smaller markings of this type were sometimes used on other vehicles besides tanks and armoured cars such as the sides of Dragons Portés 6x6 trucks or the 5e BCP's Lorraine APCs and very rarely on artillery pieces.
Sized Perfect for 1/285 Scale Micro Armour and Axis & Allies Sized Vehicles.
Decals are Printed on a 2"x3" Heavy Transparent Decal Paper.
Quick Application Instructions
Cut out decal with sharp X-Acto blade. Place in clean water
for 5-10 seconds then remove. Slide decal off of backing and
onto model. Once in place, remove excess water and allow
decal to dry. Seal model and decal with gloss or flat coat finish.