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gprokopo Supporting Member of TMP04 Mar 2017 2:32 p.m. PST

Spring cleaning sale

20mm WWII
Plastic infantry:
c. 40 x US primed & mounted on washers
c. 35 x German (same)
1 box Revell US, open. 37 of 47 figures on sprue, remainder are primed/mounted (above)
1 box Revell Panzergrenadiers, complete
1 box Revell German artillery, complete
1 box misc. (ESCI?) German, off sprue
1 box Revell Soviets, half on sprue, half off
1 box Revell Australians, missing 7 figures
1 box Heller US Marines, off sprue
1 bag Revell Japanese
1 bag ESCI US Paratroops (incomplete)
$35.00 USD

1/72 Jagdpanther diecast model, painted/assembled (Altaya?) $10.00 USD

1 box ESCI French Foreign Legion, missing 8 of 50 figures
$2.00 USD

10 x Vietcong guerillas, Monogram Pocket Force. Small 25mm (approx), factory painted.
1 x Ontos, self-propelled multi-barrel 75mm AFV. After a long search for a 1/72 scale Ontos for my 20mm Marines, I finally found something on ebay--but when it arrived, it turned out to be the rare Atlantic plastic model, which was originally sold as "1/72" but is much bigger. At 82 x 55 cm, it scales out to a shade over 1/48. So Ontos remains an unfulfilled quest in 20mm, but here is one that could be compatible with large 28mm figures (for which there's no readily available Ontos model either). Be the only one on your block to own one. $25.00 USD
1 x M113. Plastic "4D" model, in box. From a series of "1/72" AFV sold online for under $2. USD They are cheap partly because they all use the same chassis, which makes their M113 much too wide for its length. Parts might be of use. $1.00 USD

Union Infantry (Dragon) 4 multi-part hard plastic figures. $5.00 USD
Zulus at Ulundi (A Call to Arms). 16 figures, unpainted plastic. Beautiful proportions. $5.00 USD
Robin Hood with Maid Marian, Friar Tuck and a campfire (Britains Ltd). On card. Factory painted. $8.00 USD
Julius Caesar/Roman Legion (Elite Command). 60mm painted figures of Caesar, standard bearer, two soldiers. Best figures of the Elite Command series. $5.00 USD
General Robert E Lee/Army of the Confederacy (Elite Command). Lee, three soldiers. Worst figures of the series. $1.00 USD
The Battle of Waterloo (Elite Command) 60mm Napoleon, Wellington, six soldiers. $4.00 USD
The American Civil War (Elite Command) More of the same. Lee, Grant, six soldiers. $4.00 USD

King of the Battlefield by Ian Godwin. Eighteenth Century Wargames Rules. Well-regarded set for large battles, hard to find. $10.00 USD
Science vs Pluck, or Too Much for the Mahdi By Howard Whitehouse. 1987 edition of colonial Sudan game w/separate booklets for players and umpire. $4 USD
Modern Rules (LWS, 1967)(Condensed & Abridged Version). By Z. M. Iwaszko. What was modern then is early Cold War now. $2 USD
Giac My(FanTac, 1978). Vietnam tactical rules. $18 USD

Military History books
A History of Warfare by John Keegan. HC, dj $6 USD
Annals of a Fortress by E. Viollet-Le-Duc. Evolution of a European fortified town over the centuries. Illustrated. Trade PB $3 USD
The Lords of the Sea by John Hale. Naval history of ancient Athens. Trade PB. $2 USD
The Age of Fighting Sail by C.S. Forester. War of 1812 at sea. 1st ed, HC $4 USD
Lone Star Preacher: Being a Chronicle of the Acts of Praxiteles Swan, M.E. Church South Sometime Captain, 5th Texas Regiment Confederate States Prov. John W. Thomason, Jr. Written in 1945, classic Civil War novel, hard to find. HC, 1992 ed. $25 USD
Dive Bomber by Robert Winston. 1939 U.S. Navy pilot memoir. HC $5 USD
The Campaign for Guadalcanal by Jack Coggins. Numerous illustrations, by the author of "Arms and Equipment of the Civil War." HC, torn dj $8 USD
Stuka at War by Peter C. Smith. 1st ed., HC, dj. $9 USD
All for the Regiment: The Army of the Ohio, 1861-1862 by Gerald J. Prokopowicz. HC, dj, signed by author on request. $25 USD

Hastings, 1066 (TSR) The original Berg design, not the later S&T edition. No magazine. Punched, complete. $4 USD
CortÚs (XTR) Unpunched; no magazine. $5 USD
Clash of the Eagles (Borodino & Friedland) (DG) Unpunched; no magazine. $10 USD
Napoleon's Last Battles (SPI) Designer's Edition, with mounted maps, 1976. Punched, complete. Box is well-worn, damaged on one side. One of the best SPI games. $75 USD
The Summer of 1863 (Pacific Rim) Punched counters. $25 USD
Russo-Turkish War, 1877-78 Punched, with S&T magazine. $15 USD
Siege at Peking (3W) Punched, complete. $28 USD
Balkan Wars (DG) w/S&T 164. J. Miranda design. Unpunched. $22 USD
Source of the Nile (AH) Exploration of Africa. Punched, played, complete. $30 USD
Russian Civil War (SPI) Original Dunnigan 1976 design. Punched counters, mounted board. $30 USD
O'Connor's Offensive (3W) Part of Vance von Borries' excellent North Africa series. Counters punched and clipped. $6 USD
Tarawa: Red Beach One (DG) w/S&T 142. Unpunched. $8 USD
Operation Shoestring (GMT) Guadalcanal campaign. Unpunched. $12 USD
Chosin (PacRim) Korean War battle, tactical level. Punched. $30 USD
SSN (GDW) S. Newberg design, 1975. Submarines vs. targets, 1970s. Ziplock, punched counters. $30 USD

Buyer pays shipping, from Greenville NC 27858 to other USA addresses, up to $12 USD max; I'll pay the rest. Shipping is at buyer's cost for rest of world.

PM or email to Gprokopo at aoldotcom.

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