Friday, August 2, 2013

For Sale: Four Collections of Desert/ Adobe Buildings


I have the following 3 collections of scratch build buildings and a mud fort for sale. All of these collections were part of my own large homemade collection but haven’t seen many action lately so I’m selling these off for more storage space for new projects.

These buildings were build to be used in the Sudan and are scaled 28mm (see 28mm British officer in pictures). These buildings however are very generic and can also be used to represent modern day Afghanistan compounds, ancient Greek dwellings or of course a nice pulp set-up for Indiana Jones and lots more.

I’m open for discussing the prices when buying single lots or the whole lot, the prices shown does not include shipping from Belgium. But as these pieces are scratch build out of light and durable foam board the postage cost wouldn’t be much. If you have questions please contact me at wargamenewsandterrain@hotmail.be

The first collection exists out of the following: 2 wall sections, 3 adobe buildings, 1 adobe building with thatched outbuilding, a large domed building and 1 large zariba hedge and two smaller zariba hedges. Price for this collection is: €65





The second collection exists out of the following: 2 wall sections, 3 adobe buildings, 1 adobe building with thatched outbuilding, a large domed building and 1 large zariba hedge and two smaller zariba hedges. Price for this collection is: €65 




The third collection exists out of the following: 2 different wall sections, 2 adobe buildings, two adobe building clustered to each other with thatched outbuilding, a large decorated roof building and 2 large zariba hedge and two smaller zariba hedges. Price for this collection is: €65
 



The fourth lot is a mud fort or Nile fort manned by the Madhi to fend of British gun boats on the Nile. The diameter of the fort is 30cm and the fort can easily hold +35 miniatures based on 5 eurocent pieces. Price for this collection is: €45





If you have questions please contact me at wargamenewsandterrain@hotmail.be more close-ups can be found on my blog by following this link and scrolling down the page.


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