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CitadelSix Custom Design announces 22 moreWars of the Roses decal-sets

CitadelSix has some new 28mm banners for you War of the Roses players to help save your caffeine hands from having to paint all that heraldry yourself.



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From the announcement:

CitadelSix Custom Design has added another 14 Banners & Standards decal-sets, plus 8 more Livery Badges decal-sets to its 28mm Historic Wars of the Roses range.

All Banners & Standards sets now contain pre-cut photo-etched brass blanks, as well as 60mm wire banner staffs.

Check out the News pages on the CitadelSix website for details.



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Two new Wars of the Roses decal-sets from CitadelSix Custom Design

CitadelSix helps out your caffeine hands with some new War of the Roses decal sets.



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CitadelSix Custom Design has added another two new Banners & Standards sets to its extensive range of 28mm Historic Wars of the Roses decals.
They are for Lancastrians:
- Sir Richard Tunstall of Thurland + Sir William Tyrell of Heron & Sir William Tyrell of Beeches. Product code H28-WRLVS16.
- Sir William Beaumont of Stowe Bardolf, 2nd Viscount Beaumont. Product code H28-WRLVS17.



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More new Wars of the Roses Banners & Standards decal-sets from CitadelSix Custom Design

CitadelSix helps out your caffeine hands with new War of the Roses banners sets.



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From the announcement:

CitadelSix Custom Design has added another three new sets to its range of 28mm Historic Wars of the Roses decals.

They are:
- Henry Holand, 3rd Duke of Exeter. Product code H28-WRLVS14.
- Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers & Lord Scales. Product code H28-WRLVS15.
- Thomas, 2nd Lord Stanley of Lancashire. Product code H28-WRYVS17.



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More 28mm Historic range decal-sets from CitadelSix Custom Design

CitadelSix is here to aid your caffeine hands with some more decal sets available over in their webshop.



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From the release:

The sets are for Bannockburn 1314 and form part of the new 28mm Historic Scottish Wars of Edward I - III range.
There are 6 sets of Shields & Banners of Nobles & Knights and 7 sets of English & Scottish Banners & Standards.

Each set consists of:
- Decal sheet.
- 60mm hardened wire banner staffs.
- Pre-cut pewter or aluminium foil Banners & Company Standard 30mm square blanks.
- Comprehensive guideline sheets.



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CitadelSix Custom Design is here to save your hands

CitadelSix has 11 new War of the Roses banners available to help save your caffeine hands.



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From the release:

The new sets are:
- Sir Henry Percy of Alnwick, 2nd, 3rd & 4th EARLs of NORTHUMBERLAND
- Margaret Valois of Anjou, QUEEN of ENGLAND (at Battle of Tewkesbury, 1471)
- Sirs Thomas & John Courtenay of Oakhampton, 6th & 7th EARLs of DEVON
- Henry Tudor, 2nd EARL of RICHMOND + Sir Jasper Tudor, EARL of PEMBROKE
- Sir William FitzAlan, 11th EARL of ARUNDEL
- Richard Plantagenet, DUKE of GLOUCESTER
- Edward Plantagenet, EARL of MARCH & 4th DUKE of YORK
- Sir Edward Neville, 1st Lord Bergavenny (Abergavenny)
- Sir William Hastings of Kirby Muxloe, Lord Hastings
- Edmund Plantagenet, EARL of RUTLAND
- Sirs Richard Neville of Middleham, 5th EARL of SALISBURY + Eldest son (pre EARL of WARWICK)

Each set consists of:
- Decal sheet.
- 60mm hardened wire banner staffs.
- Pre-cut pewter or aluminium foil Banners & Company Standard blanks.
- Comprehensive guideline sheets.



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Four new 28mm Wars of the Roses Banners & Standards decal-sets from CitadelSix Custom Design

CitadelSix is here to save your caffeine hands with some new War of the Roses Banners & Standards decal sets.



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From the release:

Four new Banners & Standards decal-sets have been added to the 28mm Historic Wars of the Roses range. Each set consists of:
- Decal sheet.
- 60mm hardened wire banner staffs.
- Pre-cut pewter or aluminium foil Banners & Company Standard blanks.
- Comprehensive guideline sheets.

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More new decal-sets from CitadelSix Custom Design

CitadelSix has three new sets of decals available on their website to help your caffeine hands.



From the release:

CitadelSix Custom Design has added more decal-sets to its 28mm Historic Fantasy Agincourt 1415 and Historic Wars of the Roses Banners & Standards ranges.

Also, check out the review of its products in issue 67 of Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy magazine.

Finally, CitadelSix Custom Design will have a stand at the forthcoming Colour 2013 event in Newbury on September 14/15.



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CitadelSix Custom Design announces six more Banners & Standards decal-sets

CitadelSix is here to help you if you, like me, suffer from caffeine hands. They've got new banners and standards decals sets available over on their website.



From the release:

CitadelSix Custom Design has added a further six Banners & Standards sets to its 28mm Historic range of Wars of the Roses water-slide decals.

Each set comprises:
- Hardened wire banner staffs,
- Pre-cut pewter foil blanks,
- Set of water-slide Banners and Standards decals,
- Comprehensive guidelines sheet.

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CitadelSix Custom Design announces new range of Wars of the Roses decal-sets

CitadelSix saves your models from your caffeine hands with their new range of War of the Roses decal sets.



From the release:

CitadelSix Custom Design has added a new range of Banners & Standards sets to its 28mm Historic range of Wars of the Roses water-slide decals.

Each set comprises:
• Hardened wire banner staffs,
• Pre-cut pewter foil blanks,
• Set of water-slide Banners and Standards decals,
• Comprehensive guidelines sheet.

The pewter foil provides a more robust structure, thereby giving a longer service life than paper-based banners and standards. Also the foil allows the banner or standard to be moulded easily into a permanent shape. No more PVA glue-stiffened paper flags!

The first four sets are for:
• Henry Plantagenet, HENRY VI – product code H28-WRLVS01
• Henry Tudor, EARL of RICHMOND / HENRY VII – product code H28-WRLVS02
• Edward Plantagenet, EARL of MARCH / DUKE of YORK / EDWARD IV – product code H28-WRYVS01
• Richard Plantagenet, DUKE of GLOUCESTER / RICHARD III – product code H28-WRYVS02.

Each set is priced at £5.00, plus £3.00 1st class Royal Mail postage & packaging for UK & N.Ireland residents or £4.00 for Airmail Small Packet rates for international orders.



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CitadelSix releases new decal sets

CitadelSix has some new decal sets they've got available over in their webstore, plus an announcement on being able to just buy the decals you want.



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Good news and some bad news too

The good news is that two new lines of 28mm decals have now been added to the Historic product range, as well as a new concept introduced that allows customers to choose the decals they want featured in the decal-sets they buy.
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Correction to CitadelSix Custom Design website address

CitadelSix Custom Design has announced a correction was made to their new website address:

From their announcement:

Due to a glitch in the website re-build, the Home page was accidentally renamed, which meant that the website could only be accessed by searching on / entering: www.citadelsix.co.uk/Home.html.

This has now been rectified and the website can now be accessed in the normal way by searching on / entering:
www.citadelsix.co.uk


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CitadelSix Custom Design Adds New Wars of the Roses Decal-sets

CitadelSix Custom Design has added new decal sets to their website and has updated their website:

From their website:

CitadelSix Custom Design has just updated its website, improving the quality of the heraldry images, (starting with the 28mm Fantasy and Historical decal-sets), as well as improving movement between the web pages with the addition of extra navigation buttons on the product pages.

More importantly, the entire range of Wars of the Roses decal-sets have been refreshed and several new sets have been added.

All the latest news items are posted up on the website News page: http://www.CitadelSix.co.uk/News.html

Please note that the website address has changed address to: http://www.citadelsix.co.uk
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