Top Shelf - 15mm WW2
Italians, enough for a full platoon with supporting HMGs, 20mm AT rifles, 47mm AT guns, L6 light tanks and Semovente 47 SPAT. I do need to add some Semovente 75s to give them a decent(ish) vehicle. Peter Pig figures and Battlefront vehicles and guns.
15mm US Armour. Plastic Soldier Company M5A1s, a Battlefront M10 and Forged in Battle M8 and M16, to support my US Infantry. At least it makes a change from Shermans.
US Infantry and M3 halftracks. Enough for two full platoons, but only enough halftracks for one of them. The figures are a mixture of Peter Pig and Battlefront, while the halftracks are Plastic Soldier Company.
2nd Shelf - 15mm AWI
British Army for Maurice or Washington's Army. These you have seen before.
American Army for Maurice or Washington's Army, also seen before.
3rd Shelf - 15mm WW2
US Airborne and plenty of them. Loads of Paras with BARs, LMGs, 50cal AA MGs and 57mm AT guns in support.
British Armour, German Grenadiers and German Armour. Battlefront Cromwells and Firefly, the Battlefront plastic Grenadier Platoon, which needs some support options, such as HMGs or Pak guns, to be added. Then there is a motley collection of German vehicles with a Panther, two each of Marder III, Stug III and Hetzer and a single Sd10 with 2cm flak, supported by a 3.7cm flak gun.
German Fallschirmjagers. Battlefront figures with additional support from 2cm flak guns. I need HMGs and AT guns to add to these as well.
Bottom Shelf - 25mm Assortment
Assorted Lord of the Rings figures that I painted for my son. There are more (lots more) in boxes upstairs, but here is a small assortment of some of the nicer figures.
25mm War of the Roses and Greek Hoplites.
The Perry WotR figures were painted for a Devon Wargames club game and have sat in the cabinet ever since. Hopefully they will get added to and used at some point soon. The Greeks are my first (and so far only) unit of Hoplites for the 25mm Persian army I have upstairs in its unpainted glory. One day.........
Well, there it is. I did take a picture of the cabinet but, for some reason, Blogger won't let me show it to you vertically only horizontally. Ah well, at least you can see what is in it. Now I am off to start these Napoleonic French infantry because I love them so, I really do.