Thomas Gunn November Releases!

New Releases for November!
Spartan


SPA001; A beautifully painted figure from our newest range of Ancients the Spartans. We have made 100 of these figures, if demand warrants it we will make another batch but for the moment this is it. Please note the spear on this figure has been amended and is pointed at both ends now to reflect a traditional style Greek fighting spear. Another 6 Spartans have been sculpted before we start moving onto the enemies of Greece namely the Persian army. This already looks like to be a heart stopping range from the poses and colour schemes that are going to be on offer in the very near future.



Spartans

Glory of Rome


Our Roman series continue to expand with some very useful and flexible additions. Although 2016 has seen some great looking Roman figures we will be adding more to this range in 2017 with a War Elephant, Testudo and Command Tent with Emperor and Praetorian guards as requested by many of you. Auxiliary infantry and cavalry are also in the pipeline as well as the long awaited enemies of Rome. For those of you collecting the black shield variants please note we are nearly out and down to single figures of all these figures and expect to sell out shortly.



Glory of Rome

World War One


  • GW069A German infanteer with Pickelhaube headdress  – A classic looking German infanteer with Pickelhaube headdress relaxes with rifle slung over his shoulder. The third figure in our ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Sailor series’
  • GW070A German Naval Ace Friederich Christiansen – German naval ace Friederich Christiansen relaxes with a cup of coffee in between aerial patrols, dressed in traditional naval dress. Christiansen had at least 13 confirmed kills including the Royal Navy airship C27.
  • GW070B German Naval Ace Friederich Christiansen Rear Gunner Bernhard Wladicka  – Christiansen’s rear gunner Bernhard Wladicka smokes a cigarette whilst chatting with Christiansen, interestingly Wladicka wears a naval blazer with the thicker wool army issue trousers!
  • GW073A The Red Baron  – After many requests we have released a pilot preparing to climb into his
    aircraft. This one none other than Manfred Von Richoften the greatest aerial ace of WW1 with 80 kills to his name.
  • GW073B Raymond Collishaw Canadian Ace – Raymond Collishaw a Canadian ace who joined the Royal Navy to become one of its highest scoring aces prepares to climb into his aircraft.


World War One

WWII Allied Forces




WWII Allied Forces


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