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    Slaves in ancient Egypt were mainly obtained through prisoners of war. Other ways people could become slaves was by inheriting the status from their parents. One could also become a slave on account of his inability to pay his debts.


    AE026 Egyptian Slave Market (King and Country AE026)









    Slavery was the direct result of poverty. People also sold themselves into slavery because they were poor peasants and needed food and shelter. The lives of slaves were normally better than that of peasants.
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    Imperial China - Manchu Officials

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    Qing Guanmao was the headwear of officials during the Qing dynasty (1644–1912) in China. It consisted of a black velvet cap in winter, or a hat woven in rattan or similar materials in summer, both with a button on the top. The button or knob would become a finial during formal court ceremonies held by the Emperor.






    IC010 Mandarin Set (King and Country IC010)




    Officials would have to change their tops on the hat, for non-formal ceremonies or daily businesses. Red silk tassels extended down from the finial to cover the hat, and a large peacock feather (with one to three "eyes") could be attached to the back of the hat, should the merit of wearing it have been granted by the emperor.
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    Now something lighter - cartoon characters. Quality of this set is not very good though - quite a disappointment on this set from Mc Farlane

    McFarlane - The Simpsons Box Set "Family Couch Gag"






    The Simpsons is an American animated sitcom created by Matt Groening. The series is a satirical depiction of a middle class American lifestyle epitomized by the Simpson family, which consists of Homer (Daddy), Marge (Mommy), Bart (Son), Lisa (Daughter), and Maggie (Baby).


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    HA1302 Hobby Master - A-10A 91-0964 USAF, 23rd Fighter Group, Sept. 2002 "MIL Killer"





    A HOBBYMASTER diecast plane - the whole body is metal, tyres rubber and thus is HEAVY. Uses some plastics for the bombs, wheels, antennas. HOBBYMASTER range of airplanes are very well made, detailed and painted

    The A-10 Thunderbolt II is an American twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft developed in the early 1970s. The aircraft was designed solely for close air support of ground forces, attack tanks, armored vehicles, and other ground targets with limited air defenses.









    The A-10 main armament is a 30 mm rotary cannon that fires large depleted uranium armor-piercing shells at 3,900 rounds per minute. The A-10's airframe was designed for survivability, with measures such as 1,200 pounds (540 kg) of titanium armor for protection of the cockpit and aircraft systems that enables the aircraft to continue flying after taking significant damage







    A-10 is more commonly known by its nicknames "Warthog" or "Hog".
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    Now more King and Country... IMPERIAL ARCHERS SET - ANCIENT CHINA






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    Imperial Qing Archers

    IC020 Archer Set (King and Country IC020)











    Ever wonder how big these figures are ? Here is a comaprison with a 50 CENTS coin

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    Yeah bro, I know...it's of similar height as my 'HongKong-Street' figurines...haha...!!

    Btw, how much did you pay for that #45-Plane?? Is it about $400++......?!?!
    Anything that can take pictures...happy already lor...(..but...Hasselblad_H5D-50 as my Workhorse)

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueskye168 View Post
    Yeah bro, I know...it's of similar height as my 'HongKong-Street' figurines...haha...!!

    Btw, how much did you pay for that #45-Plane?? Is it about $400++......?!?!
    it was bought many years back $100. it is already sold out and not available now. the more in demand ones are the f-4 phantoms models not this one which are also sold out

    Hobby Master F-4D Phantom II~Steve Ritchie~ACE~HA1901 | eBay
    Hobby Master 1/72 F-4 Phantom VF-96 Showtime 100 HA1902 | eBay

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    Quote Originally Posted by DM101 View Post
    it was bought many years back $100. it is already sold out and not available now. the more in demand ones are the f-4 phantoms models not this one which are also sold out

    Hobby Master F-4D Phantom II~Steve Ritchie~ACE~HA1901 | eBay
    Hobby Master 1/72 F-4 Phantom VF-96 Showtime 100 HA1902 | eBay
    Woah bro, that rather inexpensive for a 100 bucks - that Plane...!! cos can't really remember accurately as I saw it on thru their Website stated as something around SGD$350-$700++ also have...$$$$...!!!!!

    Anyway, nice pics and Thanks for updating me, bro...!!
    Anything that can take pictures...happy already lor...(..but...Hasselblad_H5D-50 as my Workhorse)

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    TAMIYA 1/35 - German Tank Destroyer Marder III





    Because the model is larger at 1:35 scale it is more detailed when photographed. Here is the catalog view below


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    Nice collection and photos.

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    French NAPOLEON Soldiers - Battle @ WATERLOO

    NA110 French Line Infantry Standing Firing Rifleman (King and Country NA110)





    The bulk of the French army, which in 1803 numbered some 350,000 men, was made up of line regiments. These troops were generally conscripted from those aged between 18 and 25.
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    NA104 French Line Infantry Advancing Firing (King and Country NA104)

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    More French soldiers... nice uniforms I must say

    NA107 French Line Infantry Kneeling Firing (King and Country NA107)

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    NA108 French Line Infantry Kneeling Helping (King and Country NA108)












    NA109 French Line Infantry Lying Casualty (King and Country NA109)[/




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    Dead on the battlefield....
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    NA101 French Line Infantry Charging w/Bayonet (King and Country NA101)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DM101 View Post
    Charging French Soldiers.....
    Woah-hahaa...hmm...this is like...erhmm...".....'Chong-Ahhh, but why only fifty-cents chong-with-me only huh...where are all my men huh...???"




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    Corporal leading the men...

    and...finally, hahaha...this is like..."Sir, my this 'wife' very heavy lah...how to run fast...???"

    Well, nice shots btw, bro!!!!!
    Last edited by blueskye168; 12th February 2012 at 03:25 PM.
    Anything that can take pictures...happy already lor...(..but...Hasselblad_H5D-50 as my Workhorse)

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