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News July 2021: Figures of V.Danilov VD-54001(M)

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by CHRONOS, Jul 20, 2021.

  1. CHRONOS A Fixture

    Country:
    Russian-Federation
    Today we are starting the sale of the author's figures of Vladimir Danilov.
    All figures will be displayed in this section:
    http://chronos-miniatures.com/en/category/view/19

    So the first figure in the framework of a joint project ...

    VD-54001(M). Officer of the 42nd Royal Highlanders regiment of foot "Black Watch", 1815

    Sculptor: Vladimir Danilov.
    Painting on box art: Yulia Moshura.
    Size: 54 mm (1/30).
    Number of parts included: 5.
    The material is white metal.

    The figure is available, you can make orders.

    Read more on the website:
    http://chronos-miniatures.com/en/product/view/19/922

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  2. Pilgrim53 Active Member

    I have this figure; bought fro SK Miniatures (Castle Miniatures). In Resin the figure is exquisite. I have seen pictures of highland officers with plain red or partial tartan body sash. would be interested in info.
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  3. OldTaff PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    England
    I wonder whether both could be appropriate, depending on the individual officer's preference. Certainly there are various pictures showing both. I've been ploughing my way through these figures (in resin) and they are all fine sculpts and castings. I'm beginning to see bloody tartan in my sleep ! :LOL: Good luck .

    Alan
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  4. Scotty Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Scotland

    He has the red officers sash underneath the tartan plaid/scarf. Highland officers wore the red sash over their left shoulder rather than around the waist like other line regiments.
    Scotty.
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