BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

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BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby BM-toys » Sat Jan 30, 2016 4:04 am

We live in Republic of Belarus. We do 1/43 figurines. We love the old technology and do not like 3D. We make figurines of metal and paint them by hand.
The photo gallery presents excellent examples of the figurines and the matching vehicles. All photos were submitted by our customers. We will be glad to present your photo as well!

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Sincerely, Vladimir.
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Re: BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby stewil » Sat Jan 30, 2016 1:10 pm

I like these figures which add a little life to my displays.
BTW - I usually pay a bit extra for the more detailed painted little folk.


A White steamer mit pilot
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A young Enzo Ferrari when he still wanted to be a Champion driver with his Alfa P2
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Love that clown
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Ettore Bugatti in front of his original garage with two of his creations
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Swanky lady - Swanky cars
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1903 Caddy, the first
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Invicta with a pretty lady
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Nash Healy with the proud owner
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And I guess that is enough
Cheers and Happy Collecting,
Steve

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Re: BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby Ianus » Sun Jan 31, 2016 2:33 am

Very nice!

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Re: BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby BM-toys » Sun Jan 31, 2016 4:27 am

Girls are not ours ...
The rest of the figures know)
We made an online store. There's more choice than on E-Bay and prices are lower. Welcome!
Sincerely, Vladimir.
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Re: BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby Tom » Sun Jan 31, 2016 8:09 am

Excellent. Those figurines really add life to the display!

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Re: BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby ghosthunter » Mon Feb 01, 2016 4:19 pm

I agree, I think they are great and one Day will have some of those I am sure.

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Re: BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby IFHP » Tue Mar 01, 2016 2:22 am

Love it. Thanks for sharing.
Collector of 1:43 Scale Fords

ImageHighway Scene by Michael, on Flickr

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Re: BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby IFHP » Sun Mar 13, 2016 1:32 am

I have one BM figurine. The figurine cost as much or more than most of the models that I buy -- but it is Henry Ford and I only collect Ford models so how could I not buy it?

Here are some photos taken with my HF figurine in many settings.

ImageHenry Ford Figurine by BM Toys by Michael, on Flickr

ImageEdsel & Henry 1933 by Michael, on Flickr

This diorama is based on a 1933 photo of Henry and Edsel Ford at Greenfield Village.

ImageEdsel & Henry 1933 by Michael, on Flickr

This one is more of a character study between the father and son.

ImageWilliam Clay Ford Tribute Diorama by Michael, on Flickr

HF is in the background of this diorama created as a tribute to his grandson William Clay Ford, when he passed away in 2014.

ImageFords and Flags 1964 Cut-off by Michael, on Flickr

Henry and his "children" and his "children's children."

ImageFord Argentina Centennial Tribute (1913-2013) by Michael, on Flickr

A diorama that I created to mark Ford of Argentina's 100th anniversary.

ImageHenry's Legacy by Michael, on Flickr
Collector of 1:43 Scale Fords

ImageHighway Scene by Michael, on Flickr

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Re: BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby BM-toys » Thu Mar 24, 2016 9:58 am

Thank you for photos. We can sell cheaper, but then our Henry will be like Edsel)

IFHP wrote:ImageEdsel & Henry 1933 by Michael, on Flickr
Sincerely, Vladimir.
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Re: BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby BM-toys » Tue May 03, 2016 8:55 am

It is planned for release.

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Re: BM-toys. Figurines in 1/43 scale.

Postby BM-toys » Wed Dec 14, 2016 2:52 am

Finding good-looking models around 1:45 scale can be difficult, especially if you like me prefer modelling the world before the Second World War.

Therefore I was happy to discover the small Russian company Forty-Three Figurines. Based in Moscow, they cast white metal figures and paint them by hand. The selection on the web site is quite large, so I took some time to find a number of models to test the quality...

Photographers and Businessmen from Forty-Three Figurines
Sincerely, Vladimir.
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