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AICUSV06 Apr 2020 4:46 p.m. PST

Many many years ago I acquired a set of 40/45 mm semi flat figures representing the pre-WWI German Army. They are one piece castings.The figures I have are a band, 6 infantry marching, an Uhlan and a Garde Kürassier trooper (can figure were not really the size as the foot). Sorry I can't post a photo (lost my hosting site). Anyone having any idea who made these, are they still available? If not is there anything out there like this? The 54mm stuff is too large would like something in the 30 to 40mm size. Thanks

FusilierDan Supporting Member of TMP06 Apr 2020 7:33 p.m. PST

They could be Zinnfiguren. They are molds which you cast yourself.
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Also in 40mm there's Spencer Smith Little Britons
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Irregular Miniatures. 42mm Franco Prussians
irregularminiatures.co.uk

Spencer Smith as US Army 1898

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AICUSV06 Apr 2020 8:20 p.m. PST

Thanks – the Berliner Zinnfiguren are the closest – That is the type I'm looking for, wife would not be happy if I start melting lead on the kitchen stove. Love the flags they have.

khanscom07 Apr 2020 8:16 a.m. PST

Historifigs may have something similar available; check out the Table Top Talk facebook page.

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