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Hej guys,

Not sure if this is the right place but i need your help with identification some old figures, hope you can help me with that.

Any clue would be helpfull
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Ship's Officer





Dallas, TX

Left: Isabella von Carstein, all 3 are WHFB Vampire Counts; center: Necromancer, right- wight
   
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Thanks Big Mac,

Are they worth something ? or they got just collectable/sentimental value ?
   
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Ultramarine Master with Gauntlets of Macragge





Upstate, New York

 Big Mac wrote:
Left: Isabella von Carstein, all 3 are WHFB Vampire Counts; center: Necromancer, right- wight


Technically, they are from the Undead army, as they predate the split into VC/TK. But you are correct with who they are.

From the ’97 catalog:
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