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    Re: Britains Khaki Infantry 1/72 Scale

    I've just taken a look at my 1:72 Britains Lilliput khaki infantry and they are marked Britains Ltd England. There were lots of copies made in Hong Kong but if they're marked Britains Ltd England...
  2. Re: How many active vintage W. Britains Ltd. collectors?

    Quite a few people still collect old Britains hollowcast figures over here in the UK but they are becoming more picky; the early "Ancient Britains" made up until about 1910, Paris Office and boxed...
  3. Re: Soldiers made out of rubber. Any info on these figures?

    The originals were made by Airfix in soft plastic in the UK. Lots of figures in the Airfix range were copied in plastic and rubber in the previously Communist Poland so I think that's what you have...
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    Re: William Grant's Military Collection

    I live in Richmond, West London, where Wm. Grants head office is based, shortly after the first series were issued I met with the Marketing Director who had commisioned the figures and asked him...
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    Re: ID Requested

    To other Treefroggers - Brian has a great site of his own with some great conversion ideas

    Maybe Brian can place a link



    Err..................okay!

    how do I do that?
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    Re: ID Requested

    Ericpodeofcroydon is right they are MDM not Starlux or SEGOM.

    MDM was set up in France in 1942 by Mr Rene Daniel, he made 54mm lead figures for the collectors market, it was a very small scale...
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    Re: Can Anyone Identify These Models

    They were made in Italy by Fontanini around the 1980's, the figures are made in plastic (sometimes PVC) and mounted on a small mable plinth, they were sold as decorative ornaments, they also made...
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    Re: Identification requested please!

    The Viking is by Fontanini and this set comes in a number of different scales. The other five are knock off copies of Elastolin 70mm Turks made in italy by a firm called GPS Gavicci.
  9. Thread: Accurate

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    Re: Accurate

    You're pretty much on target here Mike except that the Rev War figures were the first series followed by the ACW. I met John Jeffries several times when he was first setting up Accurate and he gave...
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