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'''Harlequin Miniatures''' was a British company which in the late 1990s started a range of metal miniatures based on the books by J.R.R. Tolkien (in the familiar 32 mm size, unpainted). They lost their license to [[Games Workshop]], who opted for the same size in the ''[[Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game]]'' so the figures could be mingled.
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'''Harlequin Miniatures''' was a division under the British company [[Harlequin Games]] which in the late 1990s produced a range of metal miniatures based on the books by [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] (in 32 mm size, unpainted). They lost their license to [[Games Workshop]], who opted for the same size in the ''[[Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game]]'' so the figures could be mingled.<ref>[http://www.tolkienshop.com/contents/en-uk/d177.html Harlequin Miniatures] at [http://www.tolkienshop.com/index.html TolkienShop.com] (accessed 9 October 2011)</ref>
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Harlequin Games also published ''The One Ring'' magazine (in total 6 issues were released, supporting their miniature ranges.<ref>[http://www.axai61.dsl.pipex.com/one_ring.htm The One Ring Magazine] at [http://www.orcsinred.co.uk/ OrcsInRed.co.uk] (accesed 9 October 2011)</ref>
  
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[[Category:British companies]]
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[[Category:Miniatures games]]
 
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[[Category:Miniature collectibles]]
 
[[Category:Miniature collectibles]]

Revision as of 13:03, 9 October 2011

Harlequin Castamir Corsairs.png

Harlequin Miniatures was a division under the British company Harlequin Games which in the late 1990s produced a range of metal miniatures based on the books by J.R.R. Tolkien (in 32 mm size, unpainted). They lost their license to Games Workshop, who opted for the same size in the Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game so the figures could be mingled.[1]

The One Ring Magazine 1.png

Harlequin Games also published The One Ring magazine (in total 6 issues were released, supporting their miniature ranges.[2]

References

  1. Harlequin Miniatures at TolkienShop.com (accessed 9 October 2011)
  2. The One Ring Magazine at OrcsInRed.co.uk (accesed 9 October 2011)
Licensed miniatures figures for gaming in Middle-earth
  Grenadier Models Inc. (1985)
  Mithril Miniatures (1987-)
  Harlequin Miniatures (1990s)
  The Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game (2001-)
  The Hobbit Strategy Battle Game (2012-)