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ordinarybass06 May 2013 12:34 p.m. PST

Here's the last batch of figs, and a few leftovers from part one. Many of these I know the brand of (some I don't) but I haven't been able to ID them specifically.

Pic 1 Mounted figs


Horses in column..
2 are unknown
3 Ral Partha
5 Essex (could either of these logically be paired with any of the 4 riders to the right (top two rows)

Pic 2
RAFM Fantasy figs


Pic 3 Other random figs


First two columns appear to be Ral Partha, though the bases of the first column arent clear

Third Column looks to be Grenadier (or GM for bottom fig)

The next 5 figs are unknown or vague.
-Tiny guy has uniteligible writing on bottom
-dino has "SS" and "2" on th top of the base.
-Wolfman's base Might say "CMG", but I'm not sure.

The lone knight is a Tom Meier.

Last 3 are Garrison.

nickinsomerset06 May 2013 12:39 p.m. PST

The bottom one of the Garrison figures is a Aquilionian Guard from the S&S range. 5 along top row bottom photo is from a D&D miniatures range.

Tally Ho!

Personal logo Blake Walker Supporting Member of TMP06 May 2013 1:05 p.m. PST

The figure next to the Ettin in the third pic is either a Ral Partha or Grenadier Ranger with shield. The rest of D&D figures of various manufacturers. Hope this helps.


Personal logo ColCampbell Supporting Member of TMP06 May 2013 1:32 p.m. PST

In the first picture, the two horses in the first full column on the left are Miniature Figurines. It is possible that the two figures directly below them are also MiniFigs. But the horses appear to have saddle holsters for pistols so they are probably not medieval. Likely they are 18th or 19th century horses. The code numbers should be stamped either on the bottom or the top of the base so you can identify them from the horses' listing on the MiniFigs UK web site ( link ).


steamingdave4706 May 2013 2:11 p.m. PST

The two figures with battle axes ( second and third from left) are Minifigs- I had similar figures in my Wars of Roses army in the late '70's.

ming31 Inactive Member06 May 2013 2:20 p.m. PST

pic 1Bottom ( riders ) 4th from left Ral Partha Pegasus rider ( hand holds a piano wire spear.)
5th and 6th from left Ral partha Knights foot and mounted ( personalities range) did not see horse in any picture.
7th is a lizard rider from Ral Partha .pic 3 bottom left Ral partha goblin , 3rd from left is Grenadier ranger

LordNth Inactive Member06 May 2013 2:49 p.m. PST


2nd row. Captain of Chaos Ral Partha. You don't have his horse pictured.
3rd row. Chaos warrior from RP. not sure on the next 3. Next 2 Knight mounted and on foot. I believe he rides the horse directly above him or the one with a plume on the top. Next two unsure. Grenadier Knight. That one rides a dragon. Next two unsure.

Khusrau06 May 2013 2:52 p.m. PST

horse fifth from left = AB miniatures, matching rider is sixth form left one row down. They are their Sasanian Cataphracts. Eureka Minis stocks them.

Milites Inactive Member06 May 2013 2:55 p.m. PST

Pic 3, 1st from left, in both top and bottom rows, Ral Partha Kobolds, fifth from left, top row, is a Grenadier Aspis

I'm wondering if the 4th figure, from the left, top row in pic 3, is a Chronicle wereboar.

ordinarybass07 May 2013 6:45 a.m. PST

Here's the last pic of unknowns. Would any of the first three riders fit the "Lamelar" horse?


SJDonovan Inactive Member07 May 2013 7:33 a.m. PST

The figure on the bottom right is a Reptlilian (code SS2) from the old Minifigs Sword & Sorcery range.

You can find details of the other figures in the range on the Lost Minis Wiki: link

Chazzmak07 May 2013 8:03 a.m. PST

Old MiniFigs had rectangular bases for horses and square bases for foot. Usually a catalogue model number stamped into the top of the base.

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