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goragrad03 Feb 2017 1:04 a.m. PST

Here is the next batch of mystery men -


From one bag of infantry with no label. Long axes in the top row suggest Late Saxon, Viking, or Danish. Nearly the entire bag here with only three figures having the same shield and only some of the figures in front and back facings having the same shield. A lot of variety here. Many have the rather beret like hat shown below from the front -


The bottom of the base has what appears to be the artists inintails and last name inscribed, one is Ash, with the date '87.

Then there are these which appear to be Far Eastern, perhaps Burmese -


Back -


Finally, what appear top left to be later Persians (mail fringe on face of helmet, lower left Mike's Model Korean horse archers, and an unknown phalangite -


Any info on what these are and who made then would be greatly appreciated. And confirmation (or refutation with actual ID) of my ID of the MM Koreans as well.

Personal logo The Beast Rampant Supporting Member of TMP03 Feb 2017 7:41 a.m. PST

Those from pic #3 and down look very Black Hat, but I don't think they are. Sorry!

dwight shrute03 Feb 2017 10:45 a.m. PST

the top ones look a bit like jacobite , the rider in the last one looks like minifigs .

Chinggis03 Feb 2017 10:53 a.m. PST

In the last picture the two phalangites look like early Mikes Models Successors before they brought out the dedicated Macedonian range.

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