Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Teaser



What are these then? A major find from e-bay - I also won 28 mules and 14 Spanish Peninsular civilians.

Can anyone identify the manufacturer? Further pictures and the answer (if no-one gets it) will follow. If you think you know, please leave a comment below.

Clue: there are some pictures of figures by this maker elsewhere on the blog.

I am very, very, very pleased to have bought these figures - probably my second or third favourite purchase ever.

13 comments:

Lee Hadley said...

The bases look like they are William Brittons, but I'm no expert. Nice purchase though.

Vintage Wargaming said...

The tension continues...

Xaltotun of Python said...

I suppose if I guessed it wouldn't count?

Rob

drusty said...

Tradition/Staddens

Vintage Wargaming said...

Well Rob, after all I did tell you. Would you have known anyway?

drusty - they were listed as possibly Tradition/Stadden but they aren't.

Big Andy said...

I had bids in for those but decided against as though they were pushed as Stadden they didn't quite look it Don't think they are Minot or I would have stayed in the game so unless they are Rose otherwise Im stumped- unless they are Minifigs 30mm but I have a few of those and they don' look it
Early Garrison??? or perhaps Greenwood???

Xaltotun of Python said...

Nope, wouldn't have had a clue :)

Rob

Vintage Wargaming said...

No Andy, better (and earlier) than all of those.

DC said...

Groves and Benoy?

Vintage Wargaming said...

Well done Doug. Give that man a coconut.

Henri Longuelade said...

When I saw them on eBay I couldn't believe it! Anyway glad that bewteen us we managed to get the whole lot. Don't suppose the chap has any more?

Vintage Wargaming said...

It was a good spot Harry and an admirable pincer movement to secure them.

Big Andy said...

Who ?by gum that is well before me- I thought I knew a little about early figures but I've never even heard of those.
I must have been less than a twinkle in my fathers eye when those were about the place.