That red bag was well packed with lead :D (barring some plastics and a rulebook). The Foundry bag was, however, light as a feather, for reasons which will become apparent later, despite being pretty much full.
So here's what I bought - picture captions will explain all. Just don't tell the wife :D Individual reviews to follow as and when things get used/painted etc.
Anything with a * before it wasn't on the original shopping plan....
|SAGA Age of the Wolf campaign setting|
|GB Romano-British plastics.|
Bad Squiddo Catherine the Great.
* Brother Vinni 4 pack of shield maidens
* Footsore Dark Ages Christian Priests
|A freebie from Mr. Douglas (thanks,|
mate) who insisted on feeding both my elf
and chocolate habits.
|Elite Wargames and Models female Napoleonic characters|
Offensive Miniatures 12 x 95th Rifles
* Eagle Figures 12 x Spanish Guerrillas
* Eagle Figures 24 x Spanish infantry
* Foundry 24 x Perry-sculped British flank company
* Foundry 8 x British light infantry command
* Foundry 9 x British Dragoons
|Tablescape's lovely Peninsular buildings - these are ridiculously light|
but robust, I WILL be buying more.
|Tablescape's walls. (The Spanish scenery bits were all in|
the Foundry bag and weigh next to nothing!)
|The Warbases order - you can't go to a show without one!|
50mm rounds, 15mm rounds (for the Royal Armouries game)
Sharp Practice wagon set
1p movement trays + magnets (need more!)
Show freebie figure and casualty tracler
|Alban Miniatures 95th Rifles (bought s/h before Salute,|
unavailable any more as the business shut down this past January!)
Harper character figure is bottom left, Sharpe third from right top row.