The following are known sources of Lead Addiction:
|Probably the best place to find old miniatures like
these is bargain bins at local hobby, comic and game stores.
However, there are good online sources for rare miniatures and games.
North American Sources
- Crazy Egor's
is probably the best place to start. In addition to having
a large selection of OOP game materials, they are constantly searching
for more, and keep "wish lists" for customers.
- Larry Elliot
maintains a small used game store that has a nice reference section
for OOP miniatures. Larry is a contributor to this archive.
- The Dragon's Trove
is a nice establishment as well, with constantly rotating stock
- The Sentry Box, in Canada
still has some great old stuff. Good people.
- Paul Biggart
sells a large selection of old Grenadier pieces, as well as having
assorted random other items. He's also simply a terrific
guy to do business with.
- Great Bear Enterprises
still has a good selection of old OOP Grenadier. Good service
- Bear Johnson
a prolific web trader, he has a huge pile of stuff.
- Crazy Mage
for new stuff at a deep discount
- New Wave Mail Order a force
on the web, good prices and good supplies.
Virtual Alchemist James Humphries site, offering
interesting old and newer pieces.
- Discount Hobbies,
a great catalog, wide selection and good prices.
- Noble Knight Games
have a wide selection of collectors stuff from modules to miniatures.
- Sabers Edge Hobbies,
in Canada carry large ranges of historical and otherwise stuff.
UK (and Worldwide) Sources
- Stephen Tavener at Gamesale
have a great selection of older boardgames and can usually help
track down GW and other UK stuff, but doesn't do miniatures.
- Paul Hanton has loads
of used newer GW stuff, a great way to build an army. He's often
on ebay as PDHanton@aol.com. Good international shipper.
- Second City Games
in Eastbourne also have great stocks of recent and slightly earlier
- Spirit Games come
- Caliver Books
specialize in military and wargaming books, new and used. Their
range of books is fascinating. They also stock some ranges of
miniatures and as well as publish Valkyrie.
is great for newer stuff. Why pay retail?
- eBay often
has old miniatures and games for auction. The Games section is
in the Toys & Beanies section.
- The following newsgroups have a lot of stuff,
some good, some junk:
Web Retailers that we have found useful: