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WW1 British Infantry reverse arms - Moz Corry

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Grod, May 30, 2018.

  1. Grod A Fixture

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    Hello Folks

    Sculpted by Maurice Corry for me is this 120mm scale resin figure of a WW1 british infantryman in the reverse arms position. It was initially designed for the cold cast bronze market but I have a few kit versions available. These are on offer to PF members at £30.00 per kit which includes postage in the UK. Postage for overseas is an additional £5.00

    Payment is by Paypal via Friends & Family using my email gordonmi@hotmail.com
    When making payment please add the message 'WW1 reverse arms' along with your address.
    Cheers
    Gordon

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  2. misfit151 A Fixture

    Very poignant Gordon ...lovely figure...(y)...Mike
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  3. valiant A Fixture

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    I used to walk past a bronze version of this every day to and from high school.....very evocative and poignant.....(y) stone.jpg
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  4. clrsgt A Fixture

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    A very poignant and appropriate figure for 2018.
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  5. Huw63 PlanetFigure Supporter

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    A moving figure Gordon.

    Cheers

    Huw
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  6. Reptor A Fixture

    Very beautiful figurine,:D still finely carved and in a very respectful position. Another masterpiece of Master Corry:love:(y)
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  7. MCPWilk A Fixture

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    I was going to do one of these in 200mm in 2014, but no-one seemed interested. I hope this does well.

    Mike
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  8. MalcC A Fixture

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    This is a stunning piece and very poignant as already mentioned.

    Malc
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  9. Grod A Fixture

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    200mm would be very impressive Mike. As we both know it's knowing how many sales you could count on to justify production which is a problem for all kit producers.
    Ive attached some pics I did of a bronzed effect version
    Cheers
    Gordon

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  10. Nap Forum Moderator

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    Gordon

    That's a real nice piece , as said very poignant and so right with the Armistice anniversary this year .

    Perhaps different badges for bases

    Thanks for sharing

    Nap
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  11. MCPWilk A Fixture

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    Looks superb. I would add the poem - "They grow not old as we that are left grow old........" as an option.

    Mike
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  12. Grod A Fixture

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    I like the idea of the badges Kev but I think the old regimental cap badges would be hard to get now and they have changed quite a bit over the years. I'll check it out.
    Gordon
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  13. Grod A Fixture

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    Where is this one Steve? There must be hundreds throughout the UK.
    Gordon
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  14. valiant A Fixture

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    It's in Stone, Staffordshire, Gordon - at the top of the High Street, opposite the Crown and Anchor and in front of what was the Post Office, which is now a Weatherspoons!!(y) When I was at school, there were 22 pubs between school and home.....!!
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  15. Grod A Fixture

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    Hell of a pub crawl. Happy Days Steve!
    Pic of the Keighley war memorial which has a sailor on the other side.
    Gordon

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  16. Grod A Fixture

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    Hello folks
    I'm out of stock of these now but will be casting some more tomorrow. If anyone would like one please send me an email on gordonmi@hotmail.com and I will invoice you as soon as I have one available.
    Cheers
    Gordon
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  17. Anzac1915 Member

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    Email sent to your hotmail address Gordon
  18. Richie A Fixture

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    Hi Gordon,
    I love that piece as a bronze very, very effective a stand alone piece in it's own right. Gives loads of options for basing up as a war memorial tribute and various weathering options. Mate contact the British Legion and various other museums and I'm sure you would have no problem wearing out moulds as a cold cast version. Love it.(y):cool:

    Now do a Victorian version with a Home or Foreign Service helmet.:p
    cheers
    Richie
    P.S. a Senior Service version would be great too.;) I would definitely buy one of those as a cold cast. There's your first order mate.
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  19. Grod A Fixture

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    Thanks for this Richie
    I won't be getting directly involved in the cold cast bronzing but its a great idea and I will pass this on.
    The Royal Navy does not seem to get much attention on war memorials and the only statue I remember seeing is the one in Keighley which is miles from the sea. I know the RN Divisions fought in the trenches alongside army units.
    The Victorian version is not a bad idea buddy.
    Might see you at North Shields on Sunday?
    Cheers
    Gordon
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