Modeling the U.S. Army in WWII

Belgo was a Belgian company that made white metal figures in the 1980s and early 1990s. Since they've gone out of business their products have become extremely rare. I have four GIs and their quality is not as detailed as resin but quite decent nonetheless. White metal figures should be washed and seam lines removed with a file or sharp hobby blade, and then primed before painting.

I'm sure this is a very incomplete list; if anyone has additional information please let me know.

3 101st Airborne (standing with bazooka)
5 General Hodge
9 U.S. Army Negro Soldier
11 GI Standing at Rest
12 MP
160 U.S. Army Baseball Player Batting (1944)
161 U.S. Army Baseball Pitcher
166 U.S. GI Bazooka Ammo
169 US Tanker ETO
174 U.S. Army Seated Ambulance Man 1944
175 U.S. Army Standing Ambulance Man 1944
176 WWII MP Showing the Way
177 U.S. Black Staff, Seated
??? U.S. GI Scout



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