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Hopefully the old timers in this forum can help me out.  I recently went through my bins of bones and metals and dragged out all the ghouls and ghasts I could find and then painted them up.  I had Reaper's 2450, 3716, a bunch of 77159, and 2102 (that one's a ghoulish looking zombie but it got painted).  I also came across two blisters from the old RAFM company 3892 and 3894 and the lost minis wiki says they were sculpted by Bob Murch.  They're much older in style (ie - very armature basic) in comparison to today's standards and I was curious if anyone knows the release date of these miniatures?

 

Here's the painted minis:  http://minipaint.blogspot.com/2018/05/rafm-ghouls-3892-and-3894.html

 

Thanks,

Rick

 

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31 minutes ago, Rick Anderson said:

Hopefully the old timers in this forum can help me out

Okay. First off I prefer the term:

"Level 55 Miniatures Enthusiast."

:poke:

 

All I can tell you is that those two ghouls do not appear in RAFM's 1983 catalogue, but they are in RAFM's 1992 catalogue and at that time there were 6 blisters in the set.

 

Bob Murch is a very nice guy, I've met and bought minis from him several times at a local convention. He lives here in BC.

If you really want to know more you might try contacting him through his company Pulp Figures.

 

Now you'll need to excuse me.

I have to go get those dang kids off my lawn.

 

Also.

Buglips is pretty knowledgable about RAFM.

But you might need to try typing his name 3 times or sacrifice some old Ral Partha paint to get him to appear.

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