Toy Soldiers and Dining Room Battles

Toy Soldiers and Dining Room Battles

Friday, June 17, 2011

Perry Platic Ansar for the Sudan almost here!

Michael Perry of Perry Miniatures writes:

The plastic Mahdist Ansar are almost here! So if you like, you can pre-order them. They will be available mid-late July.

Mahdist Ansar box art

The box contains 40 Mahdist Ansar, who fought the Eygptians and British between 1881-1885. They include command, six flags, info and painting guide, plus sand-colored unit bases. They're designed to be assembled as Beja tribesmen ('Fuzzy Wuzzies', early or late war) or the Kordofan and Nile Arabs, although customers might be able to use them for other Northern African peoples.

Beja tribesmen

Heads and arms are separate, as are shields. There are options for rifleman as well as spears, sword and 'throw-stick' arms.

Kordofan Arabs

They are hard-plastic 28mm.

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