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    A Wary Cast-off

    In collaboration with, Sigmund Fries, a very good friend of mine.

    We created this display together at Sierra Toy Soldier Company. This scene depicts a tenuous Northern civilian population...
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    Re: Anglo-Zulu war BR20183

    Just relaying the information, or lack thereof, that we have for our exclusive.
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    Re: Anglo-Zulu war BR20183

    I work there. It has not been released and we are still waiting for info from Britains.
  4. I have to say that I have never seen a range of...

    I have to say that I have never seen a range of toy soldiers that have peaked my interest more than this series right here. This displays what the war was about, while also highlighting a highly...
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    Gas! Gas! Gas!

    A display I put together today at work, I have to say I like it.

    The new figures look great from Britain's and they look even better in displays! A+

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  6. Thread: "Crikey,

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    Re: "Crikey,

    Ah I have to agree, words oh which the Treefrog team would not be proud of ;)

    Cheers,
    Robo!
  7. Thread: "Crikey,

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    "Crikey,

    this bush is a bit different than back home."

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    Re: Ring in the New Year

    Thanks John! Glad I could impress!
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    Ring in the New Year

    With high explosive ordinance!

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    Re: Happy Holidays!

    This is true! {sm4}
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    Happy Holidays!

    Be merry this holiday season, maybe not as merry as the Grenadier on the far left, but merry enough!

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  12. Thread: Tet

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    Re: Tet

    That is a great compliment! Thanks Horus, I will do just that!
  13. Re: NAP0613-627 Old Guard Dutch Grenadiers Tete de Colonne!!

    First Legion never ceases to impress when it comes to figures en masse. I don't know what it is about this company where you can either have one or a thousand, the pieces will always look mightily...
  14. Thread: Tet

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    Re: Tet

    Thank you, everyone, however, I must be honest and say that I cheated for the terrain this time. What I used, in this case, were old frontline bases that included plenty of rubble, which I positioned...
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    The Almighty Power of Rome

    While I am attending college this year to become a Historian, I have really enjoyed learning about the Roman Empire, specifically, it's legions. One of the more impressive feats, in my opinion was...
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    Tet

    Thought we should create a Tet Offensive display today at work. I tried to channel my uncle's stories of chaos into a single photo and ended up with this, so I hope you enjoy.

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    Rally Around the Flag Boys!

    I took some artistic liberties and added the Conestoga Wagon to break up the scene due to the lack of trees at the Battle of Little Big Horn. With that being said I am pretty happy with this display...
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    Re: Corsair 167 and 183

    Serge if you are interested, Sierra still has a few of the Corsairs, however act soon cause they just re-listed the items.
  19. Re: What would Forum Members like to see in the Conquest of America range in the futu

    Jamestown would be a great series to see, especially with the surrounding Native tribes. I think John would do a great job of that.
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    Re: The War at Home -- Part 3

    [QUOTE=Desertkiwi;832103]Just love this era and your dio and story telling is top-notch.

    Great to see a collector clearly enjoying his hobby too!:salute::[/QUO

    I think enjoying this hobby is a...
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    Re: The War at Home -- Part 3

    Thank you Farmer!

    I'm glad to see that you enjoyed this story and that it evoke so much imagination and intrigue! I'm always happy to see fellow collectors enjoying each others displays!

    Robo!
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    In the Shadow of our Fathers

    The dust settles and the Poilus/British troops emerge from their areas of cover. The destruction of France and the Allied war machine is upon them as they stand next to the symbolic war memorial of...
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    Re: The War at Home -- Part 3

    Thanks Andrew! Considering that there are so many great set ups on this forum, I wholeheartedly appreciate such a great compliment.

    Robo!
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    Re: The War at Home -- Part 3

    Thank you very much Horus, genuinely some of the nicest words anyone has ever said to me. I'm glad you appreciate my work and I only hope that I don't disappoint any of you as I continue to build...
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    Re: The War at Home -- Part 3

    Thanks Larry!

    You see, that's why I haven't been posting as of late, I've just been too busy reading up on poetry ;)

    Thank you so much though! Everyone's responses have been so nice and I...
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