Description: A plain and simple version of WoD017.
Empty for the moment...but invaluable in any hospital display, diorama or collection. Can be associated with WH009
Here’s the perfect add-on to our two recently-released 105mm Howitzers VN075 and VN076 A ‘ pyramid ’ of 11 x 105mm Artillery...
A half-moon sand bag emplacement perfect for setting up one of our 105mm Howitzers either manned by Aussie Gunners or Marine Corps Artillerymen ....
These two free standing Palms are mounted on a stable textured polystone base and measure 7” and 6” in height. Packed in an attractive...
K&C featured this 3 x Section Walls Set in all of our promotion material for the new Vietnam series... As you can see it’s very flexible...
9 x lengths of Bamboo in three approx. different sizes( 16.5cm, 13cm, 12cm or 6.5”, 5.25”,4.5” ). And at a great value price...
Three separate Legionary shields, decorated with the symbols of K&C’s chosen Legion, the XX Valeria Victrix ( the Twentieth Victorious...
This typical wooden structure features TWO different sides to the building allowing collectors to reverse sides to crate alternative displays as well...
As SP073 but in “Greystone” finish. Dimensions: 8.6(L) x 2.8(W) x 6.5(H)cm
As SP072 but in “Greystone”. Dimensions: 11.5(L) x 11.5(W) x 8.8(H)cm
This 2-piece 3 x dimensional diorama building can be used in any urban, European wartime setting. Approx. Dimension: 30cm(L) * 23cm(W) * 33cm (H) ...
A roll or two of barbed wire always looks good on any miniature battlefield.
For “ Gang of Heroes ” collectors here is the perfect backdrop for your figures and those two tanks... The Bank they came to rob! ...
A larger and much more detailed version of the now retired “ Desert Village Shop House ”.
A larger, more detailed and better proportioned update of an old favorite...Walls and a Courtyard Gate will be added later – a really useful...
A very useful structure that can fit in nicely with any of K&C’s middle-Eastern themed ranges…from biblical times right up to World...
A tall four-storey structure attached to a three-storey shop/house with a “Viennoiserie”…a typical French shop selling croissants,...