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Lowrys Guidon #9 (1974?)

 
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Title: Lowrys Guidon
Item Code: Number 9
Type: Magazine (newsletter)
Copyright: 1974 or 1975 by Lowry Enterprises
Editor(s): Pete & Becky Rice
Artwork: Don Lowry
Place of Publication: Searsport, Maine, United States
Printer: n/a
Format: 3 loose-leaf sheets, folded (a stapled mailer)
ISBN: n/a
Cover Price: Free w/catalog
Mass: 14g
Dimensions: length 21.6cm, width 13.9cm, thickness .1cm

Contents:

Editorial by Pete & Becky Rice (mentions, among other things, that this issue is the last under Lowry Enetrprises, and that The Toy Soldier is now located in Searsport, Maine; mentions also that Panzerfaust and Guidon Games will remain a part of Lowry Enterprises)
"Goodbye" by Don and Julie Lowry
"Modeler's Corner" by Ed Eaton (British Armored troops)

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Miniature Figurines Ltd (miniatures)
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Jack Scruby's Military Miniatures (miniatures)
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With Miniature Figurines and now Jack Scruby producing fantasy miniatures, one can't help but wonder if the cover isn't a nod to Wisconsin, the dragon being Gary Gygax and the soldier holding the two-tailed flag being Don Lowry.
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