Thumbing its' nose at black undercoat and matte varnish
What a great article Doug. Fantastic to see so many wonderful old photographs of an iconic company and the personalties who helped forge what we have today. Excellent post mate.
Excellent article from the "Golden Years".
Yes I have that one in my almost -9except for the one that were nicked0 run of Mil mods from no1 throught to about 2005- Thants an awful lot of magazines .... some are ven quite useful
30 to 40 Thousand figures a week!People must be hoarding them, as I can just buy them used in handfuls!
Great article DC A very flash looking Peter G one suspects an MG in the carpark. That is an extremely large output I shudder to think how many may have ended up disappearing in spring cleans and estate clean-ups, as you say they are hard to get for that volume of production.I was rather taken with the 10" howitzer, a very early mark indeed. ;-)
Doug,You can buy many/most of the Hinchcliffe ranges from Ian Hinds (http://www.hindsfiguresltd.com/Figures-For-Sale.html). Very cheaply I might add :)
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