Sunday, 10 June 2018

Braodside Loot!

Just a quick post to show off my Broadside loot. Mostly I was running a flea market stall (garage sale stall for any across the pond), which meant I had very little time for shopping. Also you will be delighted to know I sold more than I bought so that is a bonus!

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1] 2 packs of "Snapdragon Studios" 28mm sci fi terrain. For those that do not know Snapdragon Studios are no longer producing and when they were did make some lovely terrain. Bought on the Flea Market.

2] 2 packs of Blotz 15mm Solar panels. Although they coud be used for any scale and will be just as useful in 15mm ans 28mm.

3] I Pack of 6mm Sci fi from Brigade. I always thought if I sold enough on the flea Market I would buy these!

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4] 2 as yet Unreleased Aeronef Figures of British Dirigibles. (Brigade Models)

5]  German aeronef aircraft carrier. Seriosly this does look very good. (Brigade Models)

6] More Brigade models, this time a South East Asian Village in Aeronef scale.

7] A gift from Peter (club member) for my "Back of Beyond" games. I suspect I will be busy!

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8] A miss cast Lanchester Armoured car in 20mm for the "Back of Beyond" IT miniatures.

9] 2 15mm Jungle Huts from IT Miniatures. Slightly battered and sold to me dirt cheap (as was the Lanchester)

10] 2 packs of Aeronef Figthers a total  of 12 triplanes from Brigade Models.

So after my spends I went home with about £90 more than I set of with. Result. Met loads of people I liked both new and old friends and passed out some home made fudge. So A good day. Well pleased.

23 comments:

  1. Nice haul Clint, and great news you sold a lot of the bits you wanted to

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    1. Thank you Dave. The bulk of what I wanted to sell unfortunately did not sell. So maybe better to eBay it. Far more people will see it and it will find its own price.

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  2. Nice haul Clint and leaving with more dosh than you went out with is very handy :)

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    1. Thank you Tamsin and as always a pleasure to talk to you on the day.

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  3. That's a splendid looking haul Clint.

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    1. Thank you Michael. I can only hope that I do not disappointt in what I have planned.

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  4. Lovely haul of loot. Hope you had a nice day.

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    1. Thank you Simon, I had a great day. So good I cannot switch off just yet.

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    1. Thank you Ray, nothing really for you in the loot but you never know what I will do with it.

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  6. Thanks the fudge buddy, it was lush

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    1. Thanks Andy. Your game looked very good in the flesh and the cards look terrific. I may email you for more details on the cards, I have some questions!

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    1. Thank you Carl I hope to get some started on the paint table later this morning.

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  8. A most profitable day for you with a tidy profit. That must have made you very happy.

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    1. Thank you Bryan. yes I made some money and luckily I did not spend it all.... I could easily have spent more.

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    1. Thank you Irqan, My thoughts exactly.

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  10. I've bever known the feeling of leaving a show with mre money than I arrived - all credit to your salesman skills!
    A goodly amount of loot too and very diverse, but obviously all just essentials!

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    1. Thank you Joe. I shall be honest and tell I sold more when I was away from table so I expect it was not me at all. If anything I was a hindrance!

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  11. Good to see you in Sunday. Thanks by the Fudge... we needed the energy boost by the afternoon!

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    1. My pleasure Lee. I still have a few bits of fudge left. Been Ill for a week, (Not sweet related)

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