Septembers releases will be ready in approx 2 weeks to be shipped from UK although a small amount are ready for customers who cannot wait. If you are one of those, feel free to drop me an email and buy your fix now!
To go with the
spanking new shoping cart implemented recently, Heresy Miniatures is pleased to announce some new things for you to
buy as well! Firstly, there's a new Valkyrie from Shane Hoyle. She's a lovely figure, single
piece metal casting, with a delightful head on a spike to accompany her too...
Games Day is first and foremost a celebration of the Games Workshop hobby; a day to meet up with old friends and shoot the breeze; a chance to bump into a few of the famous faces from the pages of White Dwarf; an opportunity to re-tell tales of past glories and join the fray upon the many fields of battle that await you.
This set is 2 x British peninsular War Ensigns. You get 3 head options(bare head, hat in cover and hat with plume) and 2 hand options (holding hat and holding pistol) So you can get a lot of variety from the two base poses. You also get 2 finials and a choice of regimental flag sheet.
Hi Toy Collectors! apologies for the delay but I have been waiting on prices for the latest sets to be sent to me and really thought there was no point in posting an announcement without these! Anyway good things come to those who wait so without further ado here we go!
VINELAND, N.J. – The late Donal Markey was one of an elite circle of illuminati who bought and sold the rare antique toys 25 years ago that are now considered masterworks of their category. Markey’s own immaculate personal collection of antique toys, folk art, and mechanical and still banks is now headed to auction in a March 25-26 sale organized by Bertoia’s, the firm his old friend the late Bill Bertoia co-founded. More than 1,000 lots will be presented in the two-day auction.
DENVER, Pa. – Compared to modern film depictions of time-traveling space explorers who effortlessly venture to galaxies where no man has gone before, the early 20th-century spaceman Buck Rogers looks positively primitive. The invention of artist Philip Francis Nowlan, Rogers was introduced in the August 1928 issue of the pulp magazine Amazing Stories and later evolved into a star of syndicated comic strips, movies, radio and television. Along the way, a Buck Rogers franchise developed and became a money machine through an array of licensed products, especially toys. Some say the Buck Rogers “raygun” of 1934 was the item that launched the era of pop-culture merchandising.