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Classic Roman Tower Shield

€1.15
SKU: A-WE-RS
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A Roman style tower shield, providing added protection from incoming fire and a significant advantage in melee combat.

Approx 21mm tall and 15mm wide.

 

To celebrate 10 years since the first sale of an Anvil Industry product, we are producing a limited re-release of a selection of classic products from the era before Digital design and 3D printing took over the industry!

 

These products are limited in availability and being hand made by a relatively inexperienced (at the time) but enthusiastic modeller, have tool marks, asymmetry, wonky bits and a general charm that you can't replicate with a digital design!

 

Look out for the big celebration - Ten years as a limited company, later this year!

 

Designed for use with our Exo-Lord miniatures range, This part can also be used with other 28mm “heroic” scale miniatures.

This product is not a toy, it is  supplied unpainted, and will require some preparation and gluing with superglue. For further guidance, the Anvil Industry guide “Working with Resin” can be found at the bottom of the page.

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A Roman style tower shield, providing added protection from incoming fire and a significant advantage in melee combat.

Approx 21mm tall and 15mm wide.

 

To celebrate 10 years since the first sale of an Anvil Industry product, we are producing a limited re-release of a selection of classic products from the era before Digital design and 3D printing took over the industry!

 

These products are limited in availability and being hand made by a relatively inexperienced (at the time) but enthusiastic modeller, have tool marks, asymmetry, wonky bits and a general charm that you can't replicate with a digital design!

 

Look out for the big celebration - Ten years as a limited company, later this year!

 

Designed for use with our Exo-Lord miniatures range, This part can also be used with other 28mm “heroic” scale miniatures.

This product is not a toy, it is  supplied unpainted, and will require some preparation and gluing with superglue. For further guidance, the Anvil Industry guide “Working with Resin” can be found at the bottom of the page.