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The Lost Battalion

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Dan Morton, Nov 18, 2004.

  1. Dan Morton A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States

    Darla Meyer of The Lost Battalion sent the following reply to my kit review of the out-of-production Fort Royal Review 150 mm US Cavalry officer kit. For those of you who didn't read the review, but are interested in purchasing other 'golden oldie' kits, thought you'd like to see this. The "that" kit she's mentions in the first sentence is the US Cav officer kit.
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    From: Darla Meyer

    "Dan,

    As a matter of fact that kit will be back in production very soon. The Fort Royal line was purchased by Dream Catcher (along with several other lines) some years ago and unfortunately they too went out of business. But good news, all theses lines will soon be produced right here in the US under The Lost Battalion name. I have an anouncement on my main page which can be seen at www.tlbminiatures.com
    I will be bringing all these wonderful figures back into production as soon as I possibly can so keep checking my website for updates as to their release dates.
    Just an aside....it will sell for far less than the old asking price of $59.95!"

    Darla
    ________


    PS - Sorry folks! I put this in the wrong location earlier!!
  2. Jimmy S Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Australia
    Great news, as these and the older Imperial gallery stuff are some of the best figures produced. As some of you may see from the prices they fetch on ebay (check out the Scots Guards Crimean figure on at the moment) these are extremely popular. I eagerly await the release date.
  3. Pete_H New Member

    Way cool!!! I remember starting out on several FRR WWII 120's. I'm particularly fond of their Ardennes fallschirmjager and SS panzergrenadiers. I hope those are on the list of "golden oldie revivals."
  4. Dan Morton A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    ;) I thought you guys would eat this up!

    Now if we could get tlb to bring back Pat Bird's Series 77? Who owns those now?

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