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Monday, March 19, 2007 - 04:46 PM UTC
Historicus Forma member Maurice Corry (aka evofive) has announced us about his products available by Maurice Corry Miniatures.
The figures are 120 mm resin kits, sculpted and casted by Maurice Corry. Here are the latest figures of his product range.
German Paratrooper Crete 1941
Item ID: Mc1
Scale: 120 mm
Material: resin

ss Panzer grenadier HJ div.Normandy 1944
Item ID: Mc3
Scale: 120 mm
Material: resin

Gloucester regiment Korea 1951
Item ID: Mc4
Scale: 120 mm
Material: resin

German Paratrooper monte casino 1944
Item ID: Mc6
Scale: 120 mm
Material: resin

The manufacturer has not a website yet. But you can contact Mr. Maurice Corry via e-mail: mcorry1@aol.com

Please remember, that when ordering, to mention that you saw their products highlighted here - on Historicus Forma
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Lovely work Maurice! I love that new Casino figure though. And at 22 GBP it's not that expensive IMHO (considering a decent 1/35 resin figure sells for between 11-15 EUR). Once again, welcome to HF Rudi
MAR 19, 2007 - 07:13 PM
Looks like the following site needs to be read as a word of caution. LINK
MAR 02, 2008 - 12:55 PM
Yes, unfortunately since publishing this article (March 2007) this have taken a course for the worst for the sculptor/owner. This topic has indeed been discussed on various forums, not just HF & TLF. Rudi
MAR 02, 2008 - 04:47 PM
All I can say ; I noticed the right foot of the MC-6 German Paratrooper Monte Casino 1944 looks like a left foot.
MAR 03, 2008 - 12:52 AM
Thank you for the link, Joe. Truly an unfortunate turn of events in this melodrama. Per the poster on TimeLinesForums: While I count myself fortunate not to have been affected first hand by this shyster, I feel for those that were. Particularly the hobby shops such as Colorado Miniatures, of whom I have heard good things from Rudi. Mr. Corry: While you may have screwed a few people, it appears there will be many more screwing with you henceforth. I feel for anyone who turns from being the prison boss to the prison b*tch. The wheel turns. JK
MAR 03, 2008 - 01:19 AM
Hi John, Good to see you here - damn, now I don't only see you from across the partiition! Anyone know who the moulds were sold to? I gather from the above thread there are legal implecations? Rudi
MAR 03, 2008 - 01:24 AM
I was one of the people screwed by Maurice. Never received my figures and probably never will... all this left a really bad taste in my mouth as I trusted Maurice and wouldn't mind helping him if he only said he was facing difficult times. Now I see how naive I was. Mario
MAR 03, 2008 - 03:03 AM
Its really unfair to those who were played out, sellers and buyers alike. I've dealt with Colorado Miniatures before and have always found Gray to be a straight shooter and it just leaves a bad taste when the good guys like Gray and others get it in this manner. Ours is a small community and I think highlighting not only the good but the bad as well helps keep everyone informed.
MAR 04, 2008 - 02:08 PM
Unfortunately guys like M.G are more than one inour hobby, but also fortunately they are not so many to destroy it. Thats why we need to spread the info between us , fast , to protect our friends from similiar incidents. The bad thing is that M.G. as a modeller should know that modelleras are like small children. Is much more bad thing not to send them the figure that they expect and dream to paint, than stealing them few euros . Now for bigger cases like shops ( Colorado ..and the rest ) of course is really bad taste to cheat them, while they have been serving in a good manner for many years . Sad , sad , sad
MAR 04, 2008 - 05:10 PM

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