Re: [7mmnga] South African Native Figures
- The only source of suitable size figures I know of is the 42mm range
from Irregular Miniatures in the UK, look at
unfortunately only a couple are illustrated but they do some colonial
types including zulus. Note that comment that there are two styles of
figures, 'realistic' and 'toy soldier'. If you're in the uk give them a
ring, they're helpful chaps.
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I don't know how I'm supposed to explain a 'didge' in South Africa! I'm
going to Doncaster exhibition this next week end, so I'll look for the
Preiser nudes and see what could be done with them, but thanks for the
offer. If you are struggling for engine crew, let me know and I could
always get you some and post them.
From: charles schuster [mailto:chasschuster@...]
Sent: 07 February 2005 06:42
Subject: [7mmnga] Re: South African Native Figures
I have some Oz Aborigines cast in white metal. They are 38mm tall - 3
poses - 1 standing with hand to hold wire spear, 1 standing with
didgeridoo, 1 seated with 'didge', I could not find the aboriginal
woman who is of shorter stature.
If you are interested we could do a swap for 7mm Scale engine crew.
--- In email@example.com, "Frank Sharp" <Frank.J.Sharp@t...>
> Does anyone know of a source of South African Zulu or Massi styleeither
> figures in 7mm. I have looked at Aidan Campbell's site but nothing
> suitable. Anything that could be converted would do. There are lots
> about for wargamers, based on Rorkes Drift but they seem to be
> quite small, or start at 54mm which is obviously too tall._____
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