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Wellington Man04 Jan 2019 1:59 a.m. PST

Bit of a new departure. Under-rated classics, I reckon.

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More at https://thehintonspieler.blogspot.com

Thanks for looking
WM

londoncalling04 Jan 2019 3:58 a.m. PST

Gorgeous old school stuff !

Joes Shop Supporting Member of TMP04 Jan 2019 4:01 a.m. PST

Agreed!

Winston Smith04 Jan 2019 9:02 a.m. PST

Very well done Old School.
Those figures predate even me! grin
I was heavily into Lamming 25mm Ancients back in the 1970s, and those weren't even in the catalog.

EagleSixFive04 Jan 2019 10:24 a.m. PST

Lovely.

ConnaughtRanger04 Jan 2019 3:39 p.m. PST

Happy(?) memories – my first metal Napoleonics were Lamming from The Northern Garrison in Knaresborough (Look it up on Google Maps!)

Cyrus the Great04 Jan 2019 10:28 p.m. PST

I think you have a Wayback Machine in your possession. Those are some lovely paint jobs!

JimDuncanUK05 Jan 2019 5:33 p.m. PST

First class miniatures

Personal logo deadhead Supporting Member of TMP06 Jan 2019 9:39 a.m. PST

Dare I say this?

Offer a totally ignorant critique?

Are these too good? Seriously. I have this idea that Hinton Hunt Figures were glossy finished, relatively simply painted, parade rig figures that created nostalgia, but had largely had their day. Old School Stuff two respondents said. What was the German range you had to cast yourself and is still going?

What we see here is lacework (for just one example, I could have gone for the officers' rig) that is just superb.

British infantry, with white lace, overlying white cross belts, then overlying back pack belts, are murderous to do. These are brilliant.

I know I will regret this as way out of my comfort zone, but I have not often complained that a presentation has been far too good.

Oh Blimey. Just realised these are 20mm, having assumed nearer 35 or 54mm! Now I remember your earlier postings…..like Christopher Plummer said "This man does war honour"

Porthos06 Jan 2019 1:28 p.m. PST

Deadhead: this is NOT Hinton Hunt, it is Lamming. Although I do not remember the 20mm, I thought he (Bill Lamming) only made 25mm. In the picture only the British are Lamming, BTW. The Jäger in front (green coats) are probably Hinton Hunt or (old) Hinchliffe.
The still going "German range you have to cast yourself" ? Perhaps you mean Prince August ? They are Irish (;-)).

Personal logo deadhead Supporting Member of TMP07 Jan 2019 2:57 a.m. PST

Prince August….that's it! Irish!!!!!! Bejabbers….


many thanks for the info. this posting has given me a whole new insight into what can be done with "nostalgia" figures

Wellington Man09 Jan 2019 2:40 a.m. PST

Thank you for your kind comments, chaps.

The figures (left to right are):
Foreground: Hinton Hunt Jaeger
Front row: Lamming and Der Kriegspielers
Back row: Der Kriegspielers and Hinton Hunt conversions

Cheers,
WM

Lord Hill10 Jan 2019 7:15 a.m. PST

While we're talking about this scale and period, does anyone remember Les Higgins/Phoenix from Earls Barton in Northamptonshire? Some of the infantry were in strange poses but the cavalry were superb and the British Horse Artillery set was/is among the finest sculpts ever made. Would love to see a pic if anyone still has them!

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