Despite a few minor detail issues, it is nice to see that someone has taken the plunge to produce some early war figures. Greatcoats and gas masks.
The carrier is a bit of a hybrid though.
Canadian manufactured according to the headlamps.
The front valance is a MkI, the MkII was fuller and ribbed, with a step.
Two headlamps fitted, but it is a MkII, the flap over the front bulged gun housing, and it has tube "gun rests" around the hull, both features of a MKII.
MkII, either UK or Canadian manufacture only had the one headlamp.
MkI had square gun rests, no flap over the gun housing, but two headlights, now when did Canada make carriers for the UK?? I think the only carriers with the BEF at the time were of UK manufacture, some MkI's were sent to France.
MkII was made after 1940. A lot of MkI carriers were modified to MkII configuration, but that was after Dunkirk.
'owever, makes a change, a very welcome change in my book.