In cleaning up around the place I decided that I could part with issues 1 to 6 of the Courier. Having read these about 50 times each I thought it was time to pass them on to someone else. These date back over 35 years so are older than many wargamers these days. Read some early words from some of the grandfathers of wargaming.
These items are up on eBay – see http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/-/152077029572?
Friend Douglas is off on a long term jaunt to Scotland. He’s accepted a job there and will be travelling shortly to the land of Auchentoshan, gentlemen in skirts, and haggis and neeps.
His dilemma – sell off part of his lead pile (both painted and unpainted) or store it. Storing it takes it out of action for so long that when he gets back the items will no longer be bright and shiny. Selling them means that when he gets back he will need to look for other new bright and shiny things.
Hmm, actually it is not so much a dilemma now as more a quandary – with the quandary being how fast can he sell the lead off.
Take a stroll to his blog where he has listed what he is looking at to get rid of (I can almost see the tears in his eyes).
His blog is Lead Odyssey – and the items for sale are listed on this page.
Marulan is a small, p***-f*** town located between Mittagong and Goulburn. In fact, when you get to Marulan, you are almost at Goulburn (on Australian distance standards) ((of course, if you miss the turnoff to Marulan, you get to drive to Goulburn anyway so you can turn around)). A while back young Mr Kendrick organised a car boot sale for wargamers – sort of a bring and buy without a major wargame show around it.
Well, it’s on again folks. Sunday, 28 October 2012 from 09:00 to 13:00 sees the 6th great sale.
Chris notes that he is
Expecting a big day..many books this time. including Peter Callans Osprey collection. most of my 20th century history, Starkers giant book collection (make of that what you will) the Guildford three and their van full of plastic kits..Simon Ford with his 5 table worth of 20mm WWII and Moderns, blue willows collection of painted armies for sale and ever so much more
The sale is held at:
Marulan Community Hall
George St, Marulan NSW 2579
Australia (for those folks who aren’t sure)
If you want some more information or want to sell something there, contact: