These stands are 60mm x 60mm and are meant to represent battalions.
This first pic shows a Panzergrenadier battalion of Panzer Lehr. All of the miniatures, except the telephone pole, are from Pico Armor/Oddzial Ozmy. That Pak40 75mm antitank gun with crew is awesome!
This is the 243rd Sturmgeschutz "Brigade." These were added to Panzer Lehr before the German offensive, since Panzer Lehr was low on armor. Again, all of the miniatures are from Pico Armor/Oddzial Ozmy, except for the halftrack that came from a 1/700 Pit Road kit.
Here we have the 130th Panzer Battalion of Panzer Lehr. The battalion was a mix of Panthers and Pzkw IVh's. Again, other than the halftrack, these are all minis from Pico Armor/Oddzial Ozmy.
Another view of the 130th Panzer Battalion.
Finally, a shot of the 559th Jagdpanzer Battalion that was also attached to Panzer Lehr for the offensive. The Jagdpanthers and halftrack are 1/700 plastic minis from Pit Road. The barn is scratch built. The snow effect was achieved using a different method from the other stands. Which do you prefer?
Well...there you have it. More pics to follow. These stands are a joy to make. I wish the Pit Road models, both in plastic and the harder to find metal, were easier to obtain. The Oddzial Ozmy minis are quite nice though and the range is extensive and growing! Their infantry are simply the best.