[Wanted] Hinterland Miniatures 19th Century German Hussars

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[Wanted] Hinterland Miniatures 19th Century German Hussars

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Apologies, as I think I may have made this request before, but thought I would give it another go.....

These are the female figures that Jemima Fawr/RMD uses in his VBCW games. Has anyone got any they no longer want? Only looking for a few to accompany my Brunswick forces to Ayton 2023.

Much appreciated.
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Re: [Wanted] Hinterland Miniatures 19th Century German Hussars

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I'm afraid I've painted all the ones I had. It's tragic that they're no longer available. :(
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Re: [Wanted] Hinterland Miniatures 19th Century German Hussars

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If I have any unpainted it will only be a handful of figures so probably not much use but i'll have a quick look anyway!
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Thank you, Paul - even just a couple would be useful. There was one mounted figure in particular - I think it was modelled on the famous photo of Princess Louise of Prussia.
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Re: [Wanted] Hinterland Miniatures 19th Century German Hussars

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BaronVonWreckedoften wrote: Wed Jan 17, 2024 8:33 pm Thank you, Paul - even just a couple would be useful. There was one mounted figure in particular - I think it was modelled on the famous photo of Princess Louise of Prussia.
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