Sunday, 28 July 2013

GUILFORD COURTHOUSE & HOSKINS HOUSE


These are 28mm resin buildings from JR Miniatures and are based on the Guilford Courthouse and Hoskins House buildings at the famous Battle of Guilford Courthouse during the American War of Independence.
This is a rather big project that I am slowly working on and eventually hope to do the same with this as I did with my iSandlwana and Rorke's Drift project.
  

As this post is a bit sparse, I have included a few shots of some of my AWI . These are not Guilford Courthouse related just a filler for this post.








Next week........Some images of my new project.

Cheers,

Pat.

27 comments:

  1. Very nice...I wish Renedra & Perry Miniatures would make the Buildings for 1/72nd as well.

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  2. Great looking buildings and that's some incredible "filler" you there!

    Christopher

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    1. Sorry it should say "you have there!".

      Christopher

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  3. As always, stunning lovely looking shots as well

    Ian

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  4. Very nice buildings, and great terrain! Simon

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  5. Great work Pat! filter or not those are inspiring pics!!

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  6. Very nice buildings and figures. Fantastic!

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  7. Great work on the buildings and it's always a joy to have a look on your superb painted figures. So I'm in for more 'Fillers'.

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  8. Brilliant buildings, terrain and troops Pat!

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  9. Pat, those are great buildings! I believe they were originally produced by Architectural Heritage and then picked up by JR. I have a lot of their 15mm buildings and they are my favorites. I;m looking forward to seeing what you do with this scenario! Cheers - Cory

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  10. Stunning pictures Pat !!!

    Nice to see some AWI minis, I better not get TO much inspiration, dont need to re start a lod project at the moment;)

    Looking forward to your new project!

    Best regards Michael

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  11. Hi Pat,

    once again absolutely excellent pictures. Since were preparing a large AWI game in our club I found them very inspiring.

    Cheers
    Stefan

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  12. looks great, to the smallest detail

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  13. Stunning eye candy. Haystacks that actually look like haystacks rather than blobs of resin. Great stuff.

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  14. Buildings are awesome Pat!!

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  15. Terrific - I can't wait to see how you do this battle and no doubt we'll have some excellent photos to slobber over. I've never heard of JR Miniatures. I'd thought the only Guilford buildings on the market were the Grand Manner noes (which I'd have to sell the kids to buy...).

    Best wishes

    Giles

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  16. Fantastic looking buildings

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  17. Thanks very much chaps.
    Giles, the 'J R Miniatures' buildings you can buy from www.magistermilitum.com and sell for £32 for the courthouse and £20 each for Hoskins House and kitchen.
    Cheers,
    Pat.

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  18. Beautiful images, figures and terain..love the AWI period and will get a collection going I would think in the next couple of years.

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    1. Thanks Vinnie, the AWI is a great period.
      Pat.

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  19. Hi Pat,

    These look fantastic!!!

    I have tried contacting you via email but the email bounced for some reason?
    I am very interested in the Zulu War Collection as a whole, with the terrain pieces you may have to go with it as well, I am looking at starting a Gaming Centre "Wargames Head Quarters" down here in Devon and I am looking for collections such as yours.

    Can we discuss price etc., and any other goods you may have coming available soon?

    Regards,
    Nathan
    stumpythetoxic@fsmail.net


    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2005581317/wargames-head-quarters-a-holiday-centre-for-table?ref=search

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    1. Hi Nathan,
      I sent you an email a couple of days ago and one previous to that with your first email. As I had not heard from you I have now just sold the collection for the full asking price to another party.
      Best wishes for the future with your wargames holiday centre.
      Pat.

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  20. Stunning work indeed! And as Paul, I would like to see this kind of buildings in scale 1/72!

    Greetings
    Peter

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