|Mixes best with:||Still working on that, although I suspect that they will match most of the others pretty well.|
|Long Review:||The samples arrived in a neat zip-lock bag, along with a printed catalogue booklet, printed to resemble an old newspaper. Of course, the items of most interest are the figures, so on with no further ado. I received six infantrymen and one horse.
The first figure is WW14 British Officer, leading troops. A very nice pose, looking over his shoulder, waving the troops on with his left hand.
The second is WW7 ANZAC Advancing (Floppy Hat), wearing shorts and rolled up sleeves. He appears to be advancing, crouched down, ducking from fire.
The next three I have are WW20 British/ANZAC, Kneeling at Ready, WW24 British/Anzac Infantryman Advancing and WW2 British Infantryman, Cap, Firing. They are very nice figures, although a little rough around the edges.
WW8 Turkish Infantryman, Advancing completes the set. He's in full kit and is advancing. A very nice figure indeed.
The last figure is a cavalryman, a Turk. He's got a lance, which will slide into his open hand, and will end up horizontal.
|Commentary:||A reasonably complete range for the war in the Middle East. These can be brought to life with some care and a little work, and could actually work well with Irregular figures.|
|Sculptors:||Unknown at present.|
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