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54mm early 20th century gaming anyone?

Posted: 29 May 2019, 21:21
by CarlL
Well if you like 54mm figures or games, (skirmish or big battle), then you should be following the development of figures at Irregular Miniatures, where they have a simple / toy (less detail) range and a connoisseur range (more detailes like 28mm type detail), with prices varying see
http://irregularminiatures.co.uk/News.htm

where I pinched following photo of a recent development, who seems to be in the toy range:
WW1 Russian Dragoon mounted at £13.20p
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see many other WW1 / early 20th century figures at
http://irregularminiatures.co.uk/54mmRa ... %20Dragoon

They also do a so called nudes page where you can buy body parts: heads, bodies etc and make your own 54mm figures see
http://irregularminiatures.co.uk/54mmRa ... .htm#EMB27
where there are figures for various periods including our own.
But no nudes I could see! But if you need a fix I am sure they can be found on other pages.... ;)

CarlL

Re: 54mm early 20th century gaming anyone?

Posted: 30 May 2019, 22:40
by Phil_Gray_260
They've expanded that range quite a bit...

But I already have three armies (Turks, Greeks and Bulgarians) from this range:

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http://irregularminiatures.co.uk/indexes/42mmindex.htm
With reinforcements still waiting to be properly equipped (painted) for duty. So I'll let these be for now.

Re: 54mm early 20th century gaming anyone?

Posted: 30 May 2019, 22:43
by CarlL
Ah Phil, the 42mm ranges! Yes they are good too. I have several WW2 squads for skirmish games!
CarlL