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POLL: "Early" Figures = Poor Quality?


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altfritz writes:

"early" only is of benefit to buyers who are familiar with the subject. As in "early" (pre-slotta) citadel figures or "early" mini-figs (ie. really small 15's).


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
yes
90
32%
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no
167
59%
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I don't buy figures
2
1%
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not a wargamer
1
0%
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never heard of early figures before
22
8%
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POLL DESCRIPTION

Bob in Edmonton wonders:

I often see trade/sale advertisements that include the descriptor early in them. For example:

I have 4,000 early Edmontonian Miniatures War of Jenkin's Ear figures for sale.

I appreciate knowing the vintage of the figure and "early" is a valid descriptor. But my initial reaction to these titles is that "early" must mean poorly cast and sculpted.

I'm curious if other TMPers react the same way to that descriptor?