Never seen these before! Shared on google+, maybe there is someone over there who knows them.GreetingsPeter
I think they are Thunderbolt Mountain by Tom Meyer.http://www.thunderboltmountain.com/collections/all/25mm-legendary-figures?page=2
Thanks Stu, Thunderbolt is definately the top 2 :-D
The 2 kniggits on no4 look like old Minifigs going by their bases. And I recognise the figure on the right on no5. He looks like some very old Varangian guard figures i once owned???
Got em..Minifigs they are. Thanks Matey :-D I´ve got a pile of em now! The bod in No.5..looked up varangian guard but Keep getting makers of varangian guards..not the actual Company varangian guard. I´ll Keep looking. This lot are just the first..I´ve got a shedload of other "unidentified" metal bods, 15, 20 and 28mm.
The Knight in Pic 4 look like Minifigs PB Range.
Photo 1, the right hand figure maybe a Thunder bolt mountain figure.Photo 2 figure at the back looks like a Joan of Arc by Miniature figures.Photo 3 the 2 horses on the left are Miniature figures late medieval.Photo 3 the 2 figures are Miniature figures medieval and the elephant looks like a Zvezda?The last photo I recognize the figures but I can't think of the firm at the moment. Hope this helpsWillz H
Thanks Willz. I can cross off another.The Nellie is a full metal one and a bit smaller than Zvezda.
Just remembered the 3 mounted figures from right to left are Tumbling dice WOR figures.Willz H
Of course!!! Thanks :-D . I thought I recognised them but I couldn´t remember the Name of the Company. The last two pics interest me the most because they are the closest to 1/72nd and I can add them to my collection
The Knights on square bases in pic 4 are Mini-Figs (90% sure)
Cheers Steve. I´ve got a few more of them (about 30) They are definately the Minifigs HYW range, I´ve found pics of the two above and of the handgonners I´ve got as well
Absolutely no use to you here, but what a lovely assortment.