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2 sets for me :
1/ Set 48 : Napoleon's General Staff (2)
2/ russian dragoons of the Borodino-Set as a own single set.
thank you in advance
tough one french camp lovely set,be nice to see crusader/ottoman sets with tents asa special and other camp set accessories etc thanks
Nice to see lots of support for my Medieval Britain suggestion.
Also many calls for the Napoleonic and ACW gernerals; makes me wonder again why nobody has done the equivalent WWII leaders sets.
I'd also love to see William Wallace and co done in tartan plastic, even though tartan was invented by the English in the 19th century...
French Army Camp & Turkish Infantry - definately.
Turkish Infantry from the Thin Red Line in separate sets Please
I go along with the Medieval Britain set's new figures esp the joker and the "Burgher of Calais". One of Strelets' finest figure sets.
The Crimean War Russian General Staff and Hospital (0051) set's new figures released as one set would also provoke me into action. These would go well with the camp set mentioned in the newer posting above.
It would be a shame to re issue an old set if there are still plenty of those in circulation. I am not sure how you find out about that. Check out a garage in Barking? Releasing the new figures part of a big box set is in a way releasing an old set in a new format and a little less speculative. If thousands (of, say, big box Medieval Britain) turn up on e bay at a ckd price nothing lost because the jester, lecher, executioner, cook, surgeon* etc sprues by themselves would still be very attractive and cheaper.
* sounds a bit like this forum
One more vote for the Medieval Britain as a separate set!
i can sell polish infantry and french engeneers €25 if someone wants
and another vote for crimean turkish infantry sold individually
Confederate mounted officers. Roman Transport-1, once you have finished with your current 'commercial' policy with this set.