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Personal logo Bobgnar Supporting Member of TMP writes:

I have quite a few Boxer Rebellion figures from these guys. Very nicely done and compatible with other 28mm ranges that I use for my Very British Civil War collection (not a lot of change between 1901 and 1938). Now I will have to get some more. And I just found their African animals; just in time for a Congo Adventure game I will be doing soon. I like the marine with the Colt 1911. Maybe not so good for 1901 but excellent for 1938, or just convert to a revolver holding hand:)


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Keith T Sponsoring Member of TMP of Victorious Miniatures writes:

A selection of our single character figures for Pulp, Colonial and many other games.

First up…

 "A wee drink, sir"

Gunner officer

German hero

The Baroness

American hero

Just a selection, listed under Legation troops, part of our Boxer Rebellion range but useful in many games.

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