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Grenadier Models Inc.

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'''Grenadier Models Inc.''' was an American company which produced lead miniature figures for wargames and role-playing games with fantasy, science fiction and heroic themes between [[1975]] and [[1996]].
 
'''Grenadier Models Inc.''' was an American company which produced lead miniature figures for wargames and role-playing games with fantasy, science fiction and heroic themes between [[1975]] and [[1996]].
  
In [[1985]], Grenadier released official miniatures for [[ICE]]'s ''[[MERP]]''.<ref>The Grenadier Bulletin, vol. 1.15, March 1985, Don Wellman, editor</ref>
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In [[1985]], Grenadier released official miniatures (''Middle-Earth Metal Miniatures'' [sic]) for [[ICE]]'s ''[[MERP]]''.<ref>The Grenadier Bulletin, vol. 1.15, March 1985, Don Wellman, editor</ref>
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==Products==
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Selected products related to Middle-earth.
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=== Boxed Sets ===
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Sculptors: Andrew Chernak and John Dennett
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*7501 Fellowship of the Ring
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*7502 Sauron's Dark Ones
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*7503 Shelob's Lair
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*7504 Hillmen of Trollshaws (for ''[[MERP: Hillmen of the Trollshaws]]'')
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*7505 Isengard (for ''[[MERP: Isengard]]'')
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 15:20, 21 May 2010

Grenadier's Isengard box

Grenadier Models Inc. was an American company which produced lead miniature figures for wargames and role-playing games with fantasy, science fiction and heroic themes between 1975 and 1996.

In 1985, Grenadier released official miniatures (Middle-Earth Metal Miniatures [sic]) for ICE's MERP.[1]

Contents

Products

Selected products related to Middle-earth.

Boxed Sets

Sculptors: Andrew Chernak and John Dennett

External links

References

  1. The Grenadier Bulletin, vol. 1.15, March 1985, Don Wellman, editor