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Germans in Winter Clothing

We have another batch of wintry Germans to show off, thanks to Combatpainter Painting Studio.

Germans in Winter Clothing

These are more 28mm Artizan Designs WWII Germans, though to be honest, I'm not sure which packs they come from.

Germans in Winter Clothing

They look very cold.

Germans in Winter Clothing

The figures are mounted on steel disks which I provided. These disks used to be available through hardware stores, but are no longer produced. (Probably because they are exactly the same size as a U.S. quarter!)

Germans in Winter Clothing

There are ten figures in this group, and since the manufacturer sells them in packs of four, I've undoubtedly mixed figures from different packs.

Germans in Winter Clothing

Here you can see their backsides:

Germans in Winter Clothing

This last photo gives a better view of the bases. The mixture of grass and snow allows these figures to be used in more than just "middle of winter" scenarios.

Germans in Winter Clothing