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PostPosted: Mon Feb 19, 2007 5:00 am    Post subject: Jack Scruby Presents Reply with quote



Title: Jack Scruby Presents Unpainted Lead Castings of Original Military Miniatures Designed by Greenwood and Ball, Thomas F. Cox, A. W. Saunders, and Jack Scruby
Item Code: n/a
Type: Miniatures catalog
Copyright: n/a, but printed in 1959
Author(s): Jack Scruby
Artwork: n/a
Place of Publication: Tipton, California, United States/Visalia, California, United States
Printer: Jack Scruby
Format: 26 loose-leaf sheets with wraparound cover, 3-hole punched with brads
ISBN: n/a
Cover Price: n/a
Mass: 146g
Dimensions: length 29.9cm, width 22.3cm, thickness .3cm

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Contents:

30mm Scale Military Miniatures
-----The 1870-1900 Period
----------Scruby War Game Warriors
----------Tom Cox 30mm Miniatures
----------30mm Sets designed by Tom Cox
-----The Napoleonic Wars
----------Scruby War Game Warriors
----------Greenwood and Ball
-----The American Revolution
----------Scruby War Game Warriors
-----The American Civil War
----------Scruby War Game Warriors
-----Modern Times 1900-1958
----------Scruby War Game Warriors
-----Artillery
----------Scruby Cannons
----------Cannons by John Hathaway
3/4 Inch Miniatures by Greenwood and Ball
-----The Napoleonic Wars
-----1870 to 1914 Period

Ends with page 12. The date for this material is given as January 1959.

A new section titled "Supplement Number One" follows with the date of
June 1959 and the Visalia address



Contents:

Uniform Plates by R. P. North
-----Photo Plates
-----Paint-It-Yourself Postcards
Unifom Plates by H. R. Sandford
Personalized Letterheads
30mm Scale Military Miniatures
-----The American Civil War
----------Scruby War Game Warriors
-----The Napoleonic Wars
----------Scruby War Game Warriors
----------Greenwood and Ball Cavalry
----------Scruby War Game Warriors
---------------The Russian Army of Alexander I
-----The War of 1812
----------Scruby War Game Warriors
-----The 1880 - 1900 Period
----------Tom Cox Military Miniatures
-----The 100 Years War
3/4 Inch Miniatures
-----Greenwood and Ball
----------Napoleonic Period
----------1870-1900 Period

Ends with page 28.

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Two examples are included to provide a sense of the content of the catalog. Complete pictures of all the contents will not be provided in order to maintain the integrity of the collectible, but individual inquiries are very welcome.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 4:47 pm    Post subject: Jack Scruby present Reply with quote

I have hundreds of 40 year old Jack Scruby Miniatures. Are they worth anything? Jeff
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 10:56 pm    Post subject: Scruby miniatures Reply with quote

These were very early sculptures for war games. Some are dreadful and some are very good for that time period. Modern materials and methods left these in the dust but some of them have great attraction to older war gamers.

If you go to (no www!) theminiaturespage.com and get a free basic membership you can ask there. I also would like to know what you have. Wink Very Happy Cool

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 5:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I imagine that some of the Scruby miniatures are worth a great deal. You could always ebay a few to find out.
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