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Topic: Our equipment is obsolete, analysis promotes miniaturization

Hello Everyone!  I have just posted another video on youtube reflecting on Q's quote...“I've been saying for years, sir, that our special equipment is obsolete. And now, computer analysis reveals an entirely new approach: miniaturization”

The video will feature A C Gilbert figures, Little Lead Soldiers, Corgi Icons, Micro Machines and Funko Pop to name just a few...

There are a few items that I don't know much about.  I have listed them as "unknown manufacturer".  If anyone can tell me more about them I would greatly appreciate it.  There are two different sets of leaden figurines and a carded set of plastic figures that are similar to game pieces or maybe cake toppers...

Oh well, here is the link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3h4aUeB0yW0

I hope you all enjoy!

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Re: Our equipment is obsolete, analysis promotes miniaturization

The first lot of figures you show noted as "unknown" are by Unicorn (marked on the underside of the base) though, frankly, that's all I can tell you about them!

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Re: Our equipment is obsolete, analysis promotes miniaturization

Thank you so very much.  I went and examined the bottom bases, my figurine's bases were a bit worn, but I could make out "UNICORN".  It's funny I had these items and I missed those markings.  I remember picking these up at an auction a few years ago, they came lose in a box. I recognized the characters  they represented, but the box was nothing official and so I was just glad to add them to my collection.  Well one mystery solved.  Thanks once again! Doing a proper inventory can be a daunting task.

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Re: Our equipment is obsolete, analysis promotes miniaturization

Great VDO!

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Re: Our equipment is obsolete, analysis promotes miniaturization

I'm glad you enjoyed. I'll try and do more and post them as I work thru my inventory.  The trick is to find the time, but lately there seems to be lots of distractions.  Thanks once again!