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pavelft05 Mar 2021 2:24 p.m. PST

It was suggested that I cross-post this here from the 19th Century Wanted Marketplace Board. Hopefully this doesn't bother anyone.

I'm looking to purchase any amount of the old Windcatcher Graphics 25mm wooden flats miniatures. I want both French Foreign Legion and Arabs, so whatever you have, and are willing to part with, let me know. You can reach me on here, or via e-mail: pavelft AT gmail DOT com.


Dan Cyr05 Mar 2021 8:27 p.m. PST

Good luck. I managed to buy a dozen or so boxes of the FFL&A and the same of ACW figures they sold years ago, but when I went back to complete the forces I had started, they'd disappeared. Finally sold off my collection a few years ago (sorry). An excellent idea that never went anywhere. Too bad.

JimDuncanUK06 Mar 2021 8:40 a.m. PST

You've probably seen these.


FusilierDan Supporting Member of TMP07 Mar 2021 6:51 a.m. PST

JimDuncanUK Ouch!

I think these must have been a labor of love by the designer. The price was inexpensive for what you got. This could be a good Kickstarter giving the company an idea of demand and basically preselling the figures. Maybe they could sell the figures to be assembled or just as blank MDF or the printed parts. Lot's of options. They had scenics as well.

And just to torment us all…


Dan Cyr07 Mar 2021 10:42 a.m. PST

It was an excellent idea, poorly promoted and not well known of. Too bad as I thought it was an excellent and inexpensive way to introduce new comers and young people to the hobby.

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