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I am about to start work/painting on these (2) ogre figures...but have lost all data on them. Anyone out there who can identify these for me...please do so. They are circa 1991 and came in a blister pack...but I do not know who released them or their SKU numbers. Thank you for your help!

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I have no idea, but I do know where you can go to find out. The folks at Lead Adventures Forum are experts at mini's from the 80's through the 90's. You have to be registered there though and approval can take a few days to a week. In Europe, old school Fantasy is still huge and hasn't gone out of fashion. There's a gent by the name of DeafNala there who would know. If you'd like me to ask him, let me know and I can shoot him a PM.

 

That is if someone here doesn't have the answer, which they very well might.

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I have no idea, but I do know where you can go to find out. The folks at Lead Adventures Forum are experts at mini's from the 80's through the 90's. You have to be registered there though and approval can take a few days to a week. In Europe, old school Fantasy is still huge and hasn't gone out of fashion. There's a gent by the name of DeafNala there who would know. If you'd like me to ask him, let me know and I can shoot him a PM.

 

That is if someone here doesn't have the answer, which they very well might.

Thank you Anne. Since there has not been a successful reply to my question, I would appreciate your offer of you getting in touch with your friend to see if he can identify the ogre miniatures. Please advise when/if you receive a reply from him and again...much thanks.

 

Thank you again...as you can see...they have been identified by member joshuaslater. So you can cancel your communication to your friend.

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Darn, beat me to it. A great place to research old minis is the lost minis wiki. Just prepare to spend a couple hours pouring over miniatures.....whether you find yours quick or not.

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