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Paul from Model Cellar informed us on his latest release, a 1/35 scale figure crew for Takom's 21cm Morser.
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Model Cellar released new figurines:
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Model Cellar released fourth WWI vignette:
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Model Cellar released new figurine:
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Model Cellar released new figurine:
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Model Cellar released new figurines:
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Model Cellar announced they added the third figure to 75 mm WWI German Trench vignette series - Defending the Position.
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Model Cellar released new bust:
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Model Cellar added new bust to their catalogue:
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Model Cellar announced new bust:
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The Model Cellar have sent us details of their latest beautifully sculpted resin figure. The subject is WWI's ace of aces - Manfred von Richthofen
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New from The Model Cellar comes their latest beautifully sculpted resin figure. The subject is WWI's ace of aces - Manfred von Richthofen.
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Model Cellar released new bust:
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Model Cellar released new bust:
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Paul from Model Cellar informed us on his newest figures in 1/35 scale depicting German Tankers from the Great War. Sculpted by Mike Good, these figures are based on a familiar period photo of a group of Germans standing next to an A7V.
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The Model Cellar would like to announce the release of the first two pieces in a new and exciting multi figure vignette series. Sculpted by Carl Reid, this multi figure vignette depicts WWI Germans defending their position in a trench setting. Each vignette is sold separately and can be used as a stand-alone vignette, or can be combined with others to create a larger vignette. There will be at least four pieces, and maybe a fifth?
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Model Cellar released new kits:
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Model Cellar announced new figures in 1/35 scale, depicting French Tank Crew from WWI... a great human touch for your St. Chamonds and FT-17s.
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Model Cellar release third figurine in Last Stand at Gandamak series:
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New from Model Cellar comes their first release for 1915 - a beautifully sculpted 1:32 / 54mm figure of Oswald Boelcke. Paul's original e-mail somehow got caught in a snow drift somewhere, so apologies for the late show here on Aeroscale!
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Model Cellar released new kit:
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Model Cellar have sent us details of their new small scenic base suitable for displaying 1:32 early aviation figures.
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Model Cellar announced new kits:
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Model Cellar released new figure:
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Two new World War One figures in 1/9th scale have been released by the Model cellar.
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Model Cellar released new busts:
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For World War 1 fans, Model Cellar has some trench crossing help for the Mk.IV.
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News in from Model Cellar has a new figure that would be great standing next to a French World War 1 tank.
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Model Cellar released new bust:
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Model Cellar released new bust:
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Model Cellar released new bust:
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Model Cellar released new figurine:
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Model Cellar announced the re-issue of their 1/35 scale WWI British Infantry figures, and gives us preview of their brand new FT-17 French tanker.
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Model Cellar announced long list of upcoming kits:
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Model Cellar released new kit:
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Some great news for 1/24 scale armor fans, Model Cellar has a couple new figures to crew your build.
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Model Cellar released new bust:
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Model Cellar announced new bust:
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Model Cellar released new bust:
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Model Cellar released new kit:
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Paul Ondeck has sent us details of the latest addition to The Model Cellar's range of figures:
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Following on the heels of the release of their 1:32 2 seater crew set, Model Cellar cuts loose with a 1:12 bust of a German Aviator - Observer in similar cold weather - high altitude gear. It could portray either an "Emil or Franz".