Anyone recognise these?

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granty101
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Re: Anyone recognise these?

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CarlL wrote: 27 Aug 2018, 23:14 Its a Kalinovsky photo image downloader thing not me!

CarlL
Aye, right!!! I believe you...not!!! :lol:

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Richard B.
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Whilst I orginally posted that i didn`t own these figures (I don`t) was have been painting some Warrior Miniatures SCW figures over the last few days and the poses and sculpting style are the same as these?

Maybe its the same sculptor as warrior do not list FFL or arabs within their ranges?
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CarlL wrote: 26 Aug 2018, 19:34 PS
the photo as is, is small, clicking on the image enlarges it to make figures easier to see; but does take you to another website full of scantily clothed lasses!
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I'm not seeing scantily clad anything, which leads me to suspect you're being served ads based on your browsing profile :lol:
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Well Seret, it must be my lucky day (or not) as these are the only scantily dressed lasses I have seen on internet.

Teach me to discuss the image downloader.

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The Warrior Arabs and Foreign Legion are modern sculpts in style of 28mm (and are lovely figures, I bought some to check them out) but too big to mix with even big metal 20mm or plastic 23mm sculpts.

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Kalinovsky,

any chance of info and link to your supplier of these figures? they could be useful additions

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Re: Anyone recognise these?

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I’ll post info here as and when I hear back from him
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Seret wrote: 28 Aug 2018, 16:11
I'm not seeing scantily clad anything, which leads me to suspect you're being served ads based on your browsing profile :lol:
You have to keep an eye on that CarlL ...nee wonder his lass comes to shows with him!!! :lol:

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Got a list now just waiting for prices and ordering details
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Image

Here is the list of the figures in this range. I have just received my order which contains at least one of each figure, I will try to do photos this weekend. I have had trouble getting a reasonably sized image so I may retype the list into a post at the weekend.

Pricing seems to be 55p foot figure, 95p horse and rider, £1.10 camel and rider. (I say seems as he kindly gave me a discount, some extra figures and free postage, so this is based on the figures in the invoice - but they give an idea. In first look all crisply cast. They are fairly "small" 20mm, I will try to compare them to the size of some other manufacturers' figures when i get round to the photos. I'll also post the contact details for them then. They aren't on his website at the moment so it is a case of contacting him by email and using the list.
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