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LPA Games Supporting Member of TMP16 Nov 2020 1:29 p.m. PST

Started collecting for 10mm Gettysburg several years ago. Now I'm retiring and there's no room for extra games. My game uses a standard brigade as the maneuver/tactical unit and the Corps as the command/player level. I would have needed 62 infantry brigades plus artillery and a little cavalry to refight the battle. It all has to go.

50 Infantry Brigades (900 figures) 20 Confederate Brigades and 30 Union Brigades. Each brigade is six 3-figure stands (18 figs each) mounted on flocked, magnetic cardstock. Each brigade includes a command stand mounting two flags National and Regimental colors for the Union, Battle and State colors for the Confederates. Each infantry brigade includes a metal brigade movement stand (double line of stands).

8 Cavalry Brigades (112 figures 64 mounted, 48 dismounted) 4 Confederate and 4 Union Brigades. Each brigade is four 2-figure mounted stands and three 2-figure dismounted stands. Each brigade includes a national flag (Union) or battle flag (Confederate).

40 Artillery Batteries (40 guns and 80 figures) 18 Confederate and 22 Union Batteries. Each battery is a stand with a gun and two crew figures. Some crew figures are mounted.

20 Division Commanders (20 Figures) 10 Confederate and 10 Union. Single mounted figures.

10 Corps Commanders (20 Figures) 4 Confederate and 6 Union. Each stand is one mounted and one dis-mounted officer. Union stands include national and corps flags. Confederate include national and battle flags.

2 Army Commanders (6 figures) 1 Confederate and 1 Union. Each stand is one mounted and two dismounted officers. Union stand includes national flag plus artillery and cavalry flags. Confederate stand includes national and battle flag.

1,138 Painted and Mounted figures (mostly AIM figures, a few others).

Sufficient painted and unpainted figures to complete the armies at this scale, plus some extras.

$750 USD OBO plus shipping. All or nothing will not divide.

Email gunner.57@hotmail.com for pictures.

Personal logo Cormac Mac Art Supporting Member of TMP17 Nov 2020 6:04 a.m. PST

This sounds like an amazing collection. I wish I had the funds for it!

Joe Legan17 Nov 2020 7:06 a.m. PST

are you sure you want to give it up. maybe you can refight parts of the battle?

LPA Games Supporting Member of TMP17 Nov 2020 9:35 a.m. PST

Hello Joe. It's more a matter of space and time. I don't do a lot of personal gaming any more. Gettysburg was going to be a demonstration game at Historicon. But I'm primarily a Napoleonic gamer so, if something has to go, it's going to be Gettysburg.

LPA Games Supporting Member of TMP26 Nov 2020 1:04 p.m. PST

Sale Pending.

Rjvonline28 Nov 2020 3:45 a.m. PST

If the pending sale does not go through, let me know at r underscore verlaque at hotmail dot com. Thanks.

LPA Games Supporting Member of TMP30 Nov 2020 8:46 p.m. PST

Sold!

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