Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Essex Pantodapoi

Essex Miniatures from their Seleucid range, except the rather plump standard bearer who is from the Macedonian range, these are old figures but I really like them. Essex is often forgotten by many collectors because they do not have as many varients. This can be solved by the turning of heads and arms, basic head swops and other small conversions. In the UK they are still very good value for money, much less than the 1 pound a figure that many companies are now charging. The Seleucid, Bactrian and Persian Essex ranges are a great source of figures for those lesser known Successor armies which many will want to build when Jeff Jonas' new WAB supplement hits the shelves.

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