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    Re: some indians- late 1700s

    pretty cool!!!

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    Re: some indians- late 1700s

    They look up to no good

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    Re: some indians- late 1700s

    Very, very nice!

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    Re: some indians- late 1700s

    Very nice !

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    Re: some indians- late 1700s

    Great Work ! Love them !

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    Re: some indians- late 1700s

    Quite fine job, figures, clothing, and the canoe. Are one or both headsculpts used from US WW2 paratroopers?
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    Re: some indians- late 1700s

    Those are excellent figures as is their water craft.

    Don't know if there's any historical significance to the ceremonial face paint, but there ought to be.

    Mighty damn well done.
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    Re: some indians- late 1700s

    both HS are the dragon WWII paras

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    Re: some indians- late 1700s

    Oh, you found this thing! Very, very good idea and it's realization! At this point I regret a little that I didn't send one item as real gift. And the nature is fine in image.

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    Well we can see you not only found a canoe, but put it to excellent use. This is totally different than what I'm used to. Nice use of the DML airborne hs - very clever! Bravo!
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    Re: some indians- late 1700s

    Very nice work
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