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The 16th confirmed trader for Hereward 2017 is Oathsworn Miniatures.

Oathsworn Miniatures is based in the North East of England, and was started in 2013 by professional sculptors Michael and Jo Lovejoy.

Oathsworn make some of the finest 1/56 scale 28mm fantasy miniatures available. They’ve spent a lot of time on their range of high quality anthropomorphic animal miniatures, complete with a set of skirmish game rules, called Burrows & Badgers which launched via a Kickstarter in 2015.

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For the 15th confirmed trader for this year’s show we are pleased to welcome back Mantic Games.

Mantic is here to make model soldiers and enjoyable, easy to learn but challenging games – all at great prices. It has been created to bring together the best sculptors, artists and writers to produce fantastic models that are a pleasure to collect, paint and then have huge wargames with!

Mantic makes fantastic miniature games including The Walking Dead: All Out War, Dungeon Saga, Kings of War, Warpath, Deadzone and Dreadball.

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The 12th and 13th trader we can announce for this year’s show is Lesley’s Bits Box who are the show sales agent for KR Multicase.

Lesley has a great range of new and second hand of mainly Games Workshop items but her stall is always worth a look around as you never know what you might find.

KR Multicase is a company dedicated to miniature figures and innovative storage solutions. The KR range of trays, cases and wargaming accessories provide safe and durable storage and transport for all wargaming miniatures, from the small skirmish games needing a case for maybe 5 or 10 figures up to armies needing cases for hundreds of figures, vehicles or cavalry.

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The 10th confirmed trader for Hereward 2017 is Ironclad Miniatures.

Ironclad Miniatures was founded in 2005 by John Lowen, with a commitment to producing well-made and thoroughly researched models for gaming in a wide variety of scales and periods. Their products are all manufactured to a high standard and cover 15mm, 20mm and 25/28mm amongst others.

Their models are supplied unpainted and some may require some assembly. All of the products are cast in either a high quality resin or whitemetal, providing excellent detail and requiring only the minimum of cleaning up and assembly. They can be painted with acrylic, enamel or oil paints as required.

They are continually adding to their existing ranges as well as bringing out new ranges so make sure to check their website regularly for the latest news.

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The 9th confirmed trader for this year’s show are the slightly warped minds from Hysterical Games.

Founded in 2014, Hysterical Games is the coming together of industry stalwarts Rob Alderman and Steve Blease – assisted by among the most talented freelance artists, sculptors, graphics designers and game developers.

From the tiny acorn that is Rob’s brain, this humble Oak has grown. They now supply high-quality and affordable manufacturing services and advice to a number of businesses in the wargaming sector, as well as managing their own game; Panzerfäuste. Hysterical Games is also the distributor for S.P.Q.oRc – Pax Bochemannica from Maveryc.

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The 8th confirmed trader for Hereward 2017 is Husband and Wife duo Matt and Deborah Slade who run Glenbrook Games and Saddle Goose Designs.

Matt is a full time painted who specialises in 25-32mm miniatures but takes commissions in all scales, whilst Debs produces a range of bags for gamers. She has a growing range of stock designs and is able to undertake commissions for that personal touch.

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The 6th confirmed trader for this year’s show is David Lanchester Military Books.

David Lanchester’s Military books specialises in good quality military books. You may even find those rare military books and out of print items, you have been looking for. These range from ancient, medieval and renaissance periods through the Napoleonic period and into the 20th century. Added to these, there are many wargame related titles.

If you have special requests, let them know as they may have it! Send them a list of your requirements – they are always eager and happy to help!