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Paskal Supporting Member of TMP13 Oct 2020 9:20 a.m. PST

Hello everyone,

Here is the reference list of historical 28mm action figures that I have for sale.

If you are interested, you only contact me and order me by pm.

Shipping costs indicated after simulation at the post office …

Good Business Old Glory 25 mm.

Ancient Italians range: 32 figurines of the reference PII-015: Late Etruscan Hoplites = 25 60
Spartacus range: 18 figures of the reference SPA-1.Unarmoured spearmen = 14 40
Spartacus range: 30 figures of the reference SPA-2. Armored spearmen = 24 00
Spartacus range: 24 figures of the reference SPA-3 Unarmoured swordmen = 19 20
Spartacus range: 30 figures of the reference SPA-4. Armored swordmen = 24 00
Spartacus range: 16 figures of the reference SPA-5.Foot command = 13 60
Spartacus range: 3 walking figures of the reference SPA-7.High Command Foot = 3 75
Spartacus range: 1 figure of the reference SPA-8. Spartacus on horseback (Spartacus as in the movie Spartacus from 1960) = 3 72
Caesars Gallic wars / Others range: 15 figures of the reference CWG-27 ​​Balearic sling = 12 00

Good Business Mirliton

Shields: 10 small round shields of the reference shield 027 (N 175) = 2 30
Shields: 4 round shields of the reference shield 014 (N 46) = 0 61
Shields: 5 oval Celtic shields of the reference shield 021 (N 120) = 1 15
Shields: 5 oval Celtic shields of the reference shield 015 (N 43) = 1 15

Good Business Wargames foundry

Sarissaries shields: 31 shields with relief patterns of the reference MP25 = 19 22
Gallic horses: 48 Gallic horses with their famous saddles with 4 pommels of the reference CR36 = 96 00
The reference BSFPF001 French Staff Group (25 mm Wargames foundry figurines for the 1870 war) or all the figurines (except the two guides of the imperial guard in colback) + the table and the bench, new condition for 16 00.

Good Business Crusader miniatures

Shields of sarissaries of the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC: 43 shields with relief motifs of the reference RFA017 = 7 74

Good Business 1 st Corps

"Rolling Bail of Fire" Spartacus range (Rolls of fire as in the movie Spartacus from 1960): 4 figurines and two rolls of fire from the reference? = 6
Spartacus Spartacus range (Spartacus as in the 1960 film Spartacus): 1 horse-drawn figure of the reference? = 1 90
Shields of sarissaries of the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC: 20 shields with relief motifs of the reference? = 3 70

Good Business Relic Miniatures

Shields of sarissaries of the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC: 5 shields with relief motifs of the reference? = 1 30


Good Business Essex Miniatures

Shields of sarissaries of the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC : 8 shields without raised patterns of the reference X53 = 1.90

Good Business Cibo's Little Dudes

French artillery 1859: 1 cannon (with 1 tube) and 3 artillerymen of the French imperial guard of reference FAC 01 (a) = 9 00
French artillery 1859: 1 cannon (with 2 tubes) and 3 artillerymen of the French imperial guard of reference FAC 01 (b) = 9 00
French artillery 1859: 1 cannon (with 1 tube) and 3 artillerymen of the French imperial guard, reference FAC 01 (c) = 9 00
French artillery 1859: 1 cannon (with 2 tubes) and 3 artillerymen of the French imperial guard of reference FAC 02: (a) = 9 00
French artillery 1859: 1 cannon (with 1 tube) and 3 artillerymen of the French imperial guard of reference FAC 02: (b) = 9 00
French artillery 1859: 1 cannon (with 1 tube) and 3 artillerymen of the French imperial guard of reference FAC 02 (c) = 9 00

Various

Here is what to base hundreds of small figurines for cheap:
613 magnetic bases in very hard cardboard 13 mm x 25 mm (2mm thick) @ 0.10 per piece
7 magnetic bases in very hard cardboard 13 mm x 40 mm (2mm thick) @ 0.20 each
Obviously these bases are very easy to cut to the dimensions you want.
2 knives for X-acto blades for 5

wmyers18 Oct 2020 10:48 a.m. PST

I do not understand the pricing of much of this.

Is it a formatting problem from copying from somewhere?

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