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Are Alpine Minatures really worth their price?

March 9 2012 at 5:43 PM

  (Login patton45)
from IP address 108.80.229.77

I set up a watch file on ebay as they come up for auction.

figures go close to $20 each for 1/35 figures.


Are they really that good???


Craig


 
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(Login Obadiah)
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their sales would indicate

March 9 2012, 8:03 PM 

that alot of folks think so. I have a few of their 120mm figs, and they are great in all respects. Anatomy, pose, equipment, facial features, clothing. And it helps that they are well cast. No slippage, no bubbles, no pinholes.

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(Login djnick66)
65.32.61.47

Top quality

March 10 2012, 2:54 PM 

You can get two crappy Verlinden figures for $15 with oversize heads, clunky hands, mis-matched arms and legs left over from other older figures, etc.

Alpine stuff is VERY well done. They are not that expensive either. I get mine from Lucky and they are $14 with free shipping.

Tank is another outfit with excellent figures.

 
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