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Re: Household Cavalry help [4 Attachments]

Thanks Phil! I gave them a shot. I already have a copy of Dino Lemonofides' book on the way. If GMB works out, that will save me some trouble as I
zorggh
2:38 PM
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35884

Re: "Final" 54mm Painted Figure Total!

Job well done Charley. Now have you issued names and serial numbers? (Just kidding) The best thing is that it isn't a dormant collection, it gets used, shared
Ross Macfarlane
1:27 PM
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35883

"Final" 54mm Painted Figure Total!

Happy Memorial Day weekend! I hope you will enjoy my celebrating a minor hobby triumph that has been long in coming. I finally, after many years, know how
celsdeny
12:14 PM
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35882

Re: Household Cavalry help

Hi Billy- there is a guy in the UK that does a very wide range of 28mm Flags, Standards and Guidons ... of very high quality and will enlarge them to 54mm at
phillipflockhart
9:08 PM
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35881

Re: 40mm semi flats

My plan is to paint a dozen of them as the Bosnians, as a gift for a friend, and the remaining lot as Turks as the garrison for some residual Ottoman colony
Howard Whitehouse
May 27
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35880

Re: Household Cavalry help

You might want to see if the Household Cavalry has a webpage, and if so, contact them and ask. I've contacted several British regiments over the years for
alk15
May 27
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35879

Re: 40mm semi flats

I'm going to agree with Ross. Pics would help, but I'm pretty sure they are homecast from Schneider/Schierke molds. Heyde figures were fully round so we can
alk15
May 27
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35878

Re: 40mm semi flats

Without pictures its hard to make any reasonable guesses about origin. Could be homecast from one of a variety of German homecasting mould companies or less
Ross Macfarlane
May 27
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35877

40mm semi flats

I just bought (I never say 'won') a number of 40mm figures, about half round rather than quarter or fully flat. They are allegedly - and this may well be right
howard.whitehouse
May 27
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35876

Re: Castle Photo Commentary

Charley San, Sounds like a great trip, did you manage to get any contacts in Japan that you can continue to correspond with ? Will you be able to post the link
lonewarrior_2000
May 27
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35875

Re: Household Cavalry help

Hi Billy, Saw your post and also did an internet search as I sometimes find different sites than you. Haven't found an image yet that would be suitable but did
lonewarrior_2000
May 27
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35874

Re: The Crimea Follies

Great stuff Charley, fascinating info on the conflict. Good luck with the refight – wish I was going to be there. Mike From: Great stuff Charley, fascinating
Mike Blake
May 27
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35873

Household Cavalry help

Hi folks! I'm wondering if someone can help me out by pointing me towards some reasonably hi-def images of the British Life Guards standards and guidons as
zorggh
May 26
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35872

Re: The Crimea Follies

Thanks Charley very interesting ... All the Best, Phil
phillipflockhart
May 26
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35871

Castle Photo Commentary

Guys, The Matsumoto Castle photo which shows me on the left has some interesting things in it: 1. You can see the snow covered Northern Japanese Alps in the
celsdeny
May 26
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