|Resin and metal Tiger 1E from Forged in Battle.|
|Konigstiger - these models really convey the huge size of these beasts.|
|Overall barely any difference, maybe sharper detail on the plastic kit?|
|Only a slightly deeper turret on the plastic kit.|
My late war collection now stands as follows:
- 5 StuG assault guns.
- 5 Panzer mk 4, late model H.
- 5 Panthers
- 3 Tiger 1E.
- 2 'King Tigers'
- 2 Jagdpanthers
- 2 Recovery vehicles
- 4 half tracks
IN addition to the above I also have a further 20 odd models that I no longer require, these include 3 platoons of earlier Panzer MK 4's one of which is in Russian Front paint shade of whitewashed grey. I intend to cut back this collection by selling off the stuff that does not relate to the Normandy campaign period.
At the same time I have been going through my 'spares' box and find I have a fair bit of unwanted stuff that will also be sold off, this includes many plastic Warlord ECW cavalry and infantry sprues, 18mm AB figure unpainted (about £100.00 worth of castings), the Renegade 28mm ACW's, and about £80.00 worth of Peter Pig Wars of The Roses figures, all still in the bags! This will find its way onto eBay in due course no doubt. I will of course retain my Front Rank French & Indian Wars collection, my US 2nd Armoured Division as a foe for my Germans and continue to paint Hinchliffe ECW's.