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    neesol
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    I just received my Vaesen RPG kickstarter books and want to find some miniatures to fit that world.  Can anyone suggest some manufacturer that makes some 28-32mm miniatures for the 19th century characters?

     

    Thanks,

    #1554294

    scribbs
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    Copplestone Castings have some nice pulp adventurers and explorers, although I think they are more early 20th century

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    Crooked dice might have something in their 7TV range.

    There’s also a range called Pulp Figures that I’ve seen on Northstar Military Figures.

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    somegeezer
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    Wargames Foundry do a range of Victorian civilians. Worth a look IMO.

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    huscarle
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    The first models that sprang to my mind are the Empire of the Dead range by Westwind

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    #1555375

    briand123
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    Northstar have some good figures in their Draculas America and Steampunk ranges. I like the chap with the book below in particular. Screenshot_20200803-155350

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    neesol
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    Thanks for all of the replies.  I will take a look at all of the sites.  When I get some and paint them up I will post pictures.

     

    Jared

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    ninjilly
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    Please do @neesol – there are some lovely looking minis here that I can’t justify buying!

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