SWMBO has an identical one with card making/scrapbooking stuff in, they were pretty cheap considering the size and have proven to be quite sturdy and up to the job. Anyhow I digress....
|Baby brother more or less|
emptied when the bureau arrived
|Dwarves, human and orcs in various states of finish|
But I needed those matchsticks, so lid was closed and I moved on to the interior of the chest. The inner storage compartment was empty of anything of interest, lifting this inner tray away what created my eyes was quite a surprise!! Three 1/72 armour kits I had completely forgotten about, and a bag of primitively finished and unfinished armour, along with two boxes of painted orcs and uruks and a bag of more unfinished lead. Along with a couple of HO/OO railway wagons (for some bizarre reason).
|Ooooo, a box full of goodies|
|99p for a kit, oh the days of cheap innocence|
|Not my finest work, but hey I was young what can I say.|
|The M113 was a terrible casting an today I would have sent it |
back and demanded a replacement and/or my money back.
|I can only assume I had these from a friend?|
|Old Citadel Regiments of Renown, with some supplements.|
|I think these were the first figures I ever bought, shocking paint jobs!|
|A mystery bag of lead.....|
|From the scratchings on the bottom I think these are Garrison figures, probably from the 1980s.|
|These fine fellows I couldn't identify a maker, but if anybody can please let me know.|
Oh and the matchsticks? They were in the baby brother toolbox which I hadn't completely emptied, or so it appears.
|Ahh there they are, the little buggers!|