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Re: THE (IN) COMPLEAT KIELER - By Douglas Johnson
« Reply #4 on: May 28, 2017, 12:38:05 AM »
Here is a note on the stock in the list.
Number 755a and 755b Solten be deleted from the list. These figures were never produced and existed only as a drawing.

Further there are drawings of Aztecs and still other topics like these with numbers. Unfortunately I can not contribute to the numbers.
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Re: THE (IN) COMPLEAT KIELER - By Douglas Johnson
« Reply #3 on: May 26, 2017, 10:02:17 AM »
Thats a very impressive body of work, really helpful as a reference tool, sure it was a lot of work.
Thank you for it,

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Re: THE (IN) COMPLEAT KIELER - By Douglas Johnson
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2017, 10:12:29 AM »
This really is an excellent source for those who collect figures by Aloys Ochel (even if it is a work done by my younger brother).

Just wanted to highlight it here again.
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THE (IN) COMPLEAT KIELER - By Douglas Johnson
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2012, 05:43:34 PM »
When compiling The Compleat Kieler I ran all the catalogue numbers in sequence to find out where there were gaps, and listed the missing numbers by epoch.  In compiling The (In)Compleat Kieler I have been able to identify most of the missing sets and list them here in blue.  There are still some gaps in the sequence, and these are listed in red.  Using the context of the catalogues, as well as individual figures in the Typenlisten (seeThe (In)Compleat Kieler part 2) I have made a guess at what some of the missing sets might have been.  Of course, it is possible, and even likely, that many of these sets are not missing at all.  Some of the numbers that had variants of ‘a’ through ‘i’, for instance, seem to have had certain letters reserved for specific countries or troop types, but never had sets painted in the uniforms of those types.  Other numbers that appear to be missing from the beginning of a sequence (e.g. P801-810 in the Pre-1914 epoch) might never have been used, for whatever reason.  But enough of the missing numbers did refer to real sets that there remains the intriguing possibility that yet more sets of the old Kilia/Oki numbers might some day be re-discovered.

If you discover what one of these mystery sets is, please contact me at:

(IN) COMPLEAT KIELER Part 1: Painted Sets and Figures

(IN) COMPLEAT KIELER Part 2:Typenlists

(IN) COMPLEAT KIELER Part 3: Diorama Series

(IN) COMPLEAT KIELER Part 4: Contents of the Sets
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