A place where Ancient Ancient armies can peacefully retire to...
Oh, and some pulp. A few things on 6mm SciFi tanks and stuff. And the toy soldiers. Especially the War of 1897...
Bravo Rob, you are a historian of the figurine ..!Anonymous
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Hello RobThank you and bravo!, you are the best in this field, your blog is an encyclopedia for the lovers of old figures of 25mm....CheersAnonymous
Good evening dear sir,In our day, where can we get these old figures?Regards
Hello. I have come into 14 boxes of these figurines. Are you interested in buying them ?
Sorry, unlikely. Some painted figures I buy on eBay but generally, of course, I can make what I want - and haven't cast any figures for over 18 months. I have, literally, thousands of unpainted figures on my 'to do' list.
With you ?Regards
Other than the Garrison figures I don't know. I assume they were sold off in the past and could be anywhere now - google might give some answers.
You are no longer selling these figures?Regards
As you know, Garrison closed in 2014, so no, I'm no longer selling Garrison figures. Other ranges in the Greenwood and Ball catalogue I never owned.
What would these figurines go for ? I have about 14 boxes of different kinds.
Not a great deal I'm afraid. When I see painted figures I'm interested in I have a target price of about 50-65p for an infantry figure. Unpainted less.
It is necessary to go on Google to get itself your Garrison figurines?
At the moment yes. Let ebay be your friend :)
I had these figures back in 1980. Just looking at your site brings joy to my heart. So many good memories. The Assyrians were my favourites. Thank you.