Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Leroys' New Wargaming Cabinet



Last week my good friend, Leroy Simpson, manage to make steal on a new wargaming cabinet. He picked up this fantastic item for only $100 from the place he was working at. All that was required was a new light bulb (for the lights above the top shelf) and a new power plug -- lucky bugger. The cabinet stands about seven foot in height and can hold a large quantity of selves, but at the moment Leroy only has six placed in. The figures shown are only about half of what he has hidden around the house, he has just not had the time to place them all in. Missing are his collections of WW2, WW1, Normans and Saxons, Lord of the Rings and Celtic armies (I think I got them all). Anyway I had to show the world so please enjoy the photos and look in envy as I do every time I go around to his house.

The Bottom Shelf


Leroy's' Samurai and Republican Romans

All Romans are 1st Corps



The Middle Shelf

Leroy's massive Greek and Spartan Army - plus a unit of Persian





The Top Shelf


The Napoleonic shelf

British Foot Battery and behind them a Horse Battery - all Elite Miniatures

Elite Miniatures British Cavalry - light Dragoons followed by a unit of Heavy Dragoons and then to their left some Hussars

Ist Corps British battalions - 12 in number and flags are all GMB


Brunswick Cavalry - Hussars and behind Lancers - again all Elite Miniatures

And lastly more Elite Miniatures Brunswickers. Horse guns behind - flags GMB.

1 comment:

Stuart said...

That's an impressive collection, well displayed in the new case.

I'm horrified to think what that collection represents in terms of cost and painting time too!