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Age of Sail: Chinese Junk Flags Released


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Puster Sponsoring Member of TMP writes:

Not sure wether a "flags only" order needs bubble plastic, but as I already paid for the postage, do what you deem best.

Actually I do not know wether it would be legal to put merchendise into a standard letter – regulations vary.

What really irks me – something you can do nothing about – is that I have to pay 5 for a package from Spain, or on average some 20% of value for stuff from the UK, both to Germany – while most stuff from China comes free… because China is still registered as a "developing" country and gets its postage cost covered by the "industrial" countries.

Well, ranting aside. Good to see Ming flags – fills up a small gap that prevents me from fumbling by painting my own. I will use these on my 3d-printed junks and send you an image once they are done. Now my friend just needs some for his Choson Panakseon and Turtles :-)


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Personal logo Lluis of Minairons Sponsoring Member of TMP of Minairons Miniatures writes:


New flag sets

If anyone was missing some Far East naval powers' ensigns and flags, in order to add some color to their deadly war junks, I hope these two new releases will be useful and tempting enough for you!

I've just made available two new sets of 1:600th scale naval flags for Chinese ships during the Ming and Qing periods – roughly between the 15th and 19th centuries.

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