I found these on eBay the other day for $20.00. They are re-issued Atlantic Indians. They are 60mm in scale. One was broken or dropped his axe 😉 Here are the rest of the pictures below. They are a little bigger than the TSSD Plains Indians.
I hope everyone is enjoying the Memorial Day weekend. “Let Every American Remember”.
We will start off this post with some news about Prikaz. They just released a new set of Strelet’s artillery. I will have a preview of this set in about a month from now. But until then here are a few more pictures of the set. For more information about Prikaz Toy Soldiers check out this link, Prikaz Toy Soldiers.
But that is not the only news that I have about Prikaz. Next month they will be releasing two more sets. The first is called “Princely Court 4: Hunters”. It includes 6 figures. Elder, Slav with a child, a worker with a bag, a hunter-archer, a hunter with a knife, a bear.
The second set is called “Konung 2: Wall of Shields”. This is a set of Vikings. Alexey says. “Three vikings in a fighting stance and three vikings in a squat. Shields are removable. I emphasize that we tried to make just the Vikings – for the whole team only one helmet and only two swords, the most respected and successful. The rest have shields and axes. No armor. Only leather and cloth jackets, only hardcore)))”
Next we have some more pictures of the LOD Amazons with some Conte Spartans. The Amazons should be available for sale at the Chicago Toy Soldier Show in September. Here is the link for LOD, https://lodtoysoldiers.com/.
Talking about Conte, we have some more updates on the plastic Romans. They have a poll set up to decide which colors to use. It looks like we will see Red, Bronze and Light Tan. It might change. Hopefully we will some of these sets by September. Here is Conte’s new website https://contecostore.myshopify.com/.
MicShaun’s keeps restocking it’s inventory. Ever since they took over Toy Soldiers of San Diego they are bringing back some of the older products. They are expecting a big shipment in July if everything goes according to plan. Here is their website, https://micshaunscloset.com/.
Here is a new Austin Miniatures Native American Cavalry Scout prototype for a future set.
Here is a picture of me cleaning up this week. In about a weeks time I picked up 4 different playsets for under S250. I wasn’t even looking for them, they found me. Well sort of, lol.
At a local flea market I picked up this Auburn playset for S50. I never saw a boxed set from Auburn before. I think this set is from the 1950’s. The box is a good condition with some damage. Most of the figures are in really good condition. Some of the pioneer’s rifles are cut. The stage coach driver is a Rel figure. I added a horse that I got last month from Gettysburg to the set. That horse needs a bath, lol.
Here is a Barzso Playsets “Ranger Camp” playset. I picked this set up for $95. I didn’t have too much interest in this set years ago. I thought it was another Ranger figure add-on set. But I was wrong. It has a lot of things inside the small box. There are three different displays that you can set up with this set.
The first is using the burnt out cabin. It is the center piece of the set. You can set up the Rangers fighting off the French & Indians.
The second scene is the Ranger Camp. Some really nice poses in camp setting. There are a few tents and a half faced camp.
The last scene is the Rangers rescuing a captive from the Indians.
Here are some pictures of the Rogers’ Rangers. They are cast in a nice shade of green.
Here are some of the French Infantry figures cast in a Cream color. They were cast in this color when they first came out. Most of the French figures that I have are cast in gray.
There were a few Indians in this set. The Huron Indians were cast in a chocolate brown.
The Rangers had an Iroquois Indian Scout with them. He is cast in a tan color.
The burnt out cabin.
The half faced camp.
The split railed fence.
The set has a bunch of little accessories too.
The Captive was one of the Character figures. She was cast in gray.
Robert Rogers was another character figure. He was cast in a squash looking color.
The Information sheet about the Rangers.
Everything back in the box.
Lastly here are some more pictures of the box.
Head over to the Prikaz catalog page I set up for Alexey. There are some pictures of his sets and the contact information to order directly from him. Here is the link Prikaz Toy Soldiers.
Next time I will have some pictures of the Conte set and the other Barzso set I picked up. Well that is it for now. Thank you for reading.
The other day we saw a preview of a few of the new sets by Warhansa. I was informed that they will be available to order soon. I have some pictures of the test shots. If you are interest in these sets you can go to their site over here, http://www.warhansa.com/.
The have two sets of Huron Indians and a Trapper with a bear.
Here are some more close up pictures of some of these Huron Indians.
Huron Indians Set # 1.
Huron Indians Set # 2.
The “Reverant” Trapper.
They should be available any day now. They should be 1/32. That is it for now. Thank you for reading.
Today I have a few quick things to share with everyone. First we have some new updates on some figure sets coming out in the near future. Then I am going to talk about two shows that will take place next weekend.
Here are some more pictures of Prikaz’s latest set. I will do a review on this set probably next month or so. It is an Artillery set from the “Streltsy” theme. I will have more details about this set in the near future. You can see more of their sets here at Prikaz Toy Soldiers
Warhansa has announced master models of 3 new sets: Hurons 1 & 2 and The Reverant trapper. Here are some of them cast in resin in the fourth picture. Roman Gurochkin was kind enough to share these pictures with us. You will see these for sale in the near future at http://www.warhansa.com/.
Next Sunday is the Ohio Toy Soldier Show. It should be another quality show. Take a look at the Midwest Toy Soldier Group site over here http://www.mwtoysoldier.com/.
Also in another part of Ohio is the W. Britain Good Toy Soldier Show. This takes place next Saturday and Sunday. Check out the site here https://www.wbritain.com/.
I will be busy next weekend and will not be able to attend either of those shows. Sounds like a nice road trip to visit both shows . That is it for now. Thank you for reading.
The 12th Annual Gettysburg ended this year with the lights on. There was a good crowd at the show. They came in at a steady rate throughout the show. This year was the first year that I attended as a vendor. It was a fun experience.
I got up at 5:00am. Me and my girlfriend had arrived the day before and stayed at the Eisenhower Hotel. That was where the show was being held. I unpacked and put the bagged figures that I had in different boxes on the table. After that I took out the Prikaz & Austin figures to display.
It was interesting to watch the other vendors set up their tables. They put together shelves and huge displays. Gary of the Army Group Center even wheeled his shelves in already filled with boxed sets of toy soldiers.
The first vendor I saw was me…. I had a mixture of mainly vintage figures and some recasts. I really didn’t sell too much.
The main reason I went was to promote the Moscow based company Prikaz. I had 4 of the medieval based sets displayed. I had some of the sets in plastic display cases and others displayed with some Conte figures. The collectors that stopped to check them out where impressed with the amount of detail. They liked the unique poses.
They also liked the Austin WW II Japanese prototypes that I had on display. A lot of collectors can’t wait until September to buy some bagged sets of Japanese Infantry. Me too.
One of the promoters of the show is John Stengel Jr. He came through the back door to avoid the press. He had most of the tables towards the back of the show. I was right next to him. His tables had bins filled with plastic figures. They were either in plastic bags or loose. Most were vintage, but some where new bagged sets. He also had some playsets. Every show he digs out boxes of old vintage plastic figures. You never know what he will have. He hopes to have 100 to 150 sets of the his new World War II German Paratroopers ready to sell at the Chicago Toy Soldier Show later this year. After some setbacks he hopes to have a few sets produced next year.
George Guerriero of Minutemen Toy Soldiers always has the best displays of painted toy soldiers for sale. He brings a huge selection from different companies. I collect mainly plastic or resin figures. Most of the metal figures that I have I purchased from George.
Hand Held Warriors was at the show with their beautifully painted metal miniatures.
Army Group Center Wargaming was at the show again with hordes of plastic figures in boxed sets, plastic bags filled with figures and loose figures in plastic bins to search through.
Calvin is one of the Toy Soldier Show vendors that I have mentioned in the past. He always has a nice selection of vintage and hard to find toys.