All figures are supplied unpainted (Numbers of each pose in brackets)
Never let it be said that there is no variety on this site. Here we have what claims to be a 1/72 model of an iceberg. When you say iceberg most people think of such bergs as the one that famously sank the Titanic, so in theory this model could be the biggest 1:72 model ever made - bigger even than Atlantic's Colosseum. Just imagine what they would charge for postage!
Fear not, for what we actually get is two models of moderate size which make perfect bases on which to display figures such as the Eskimos also available in this range. They are of pure white resin, are approximately 90 mm long, 70 mm wide and 15 mm thick. Without an iceberg expert we can't say how accurate these are, but they look the part to us. The berg on the left seems to have a rather rectangular edge on its upper part, but perhaps that occurs in nature.
A most unusual set which could also be painted with earthy colours to produce a pleasingly irregular base for a small diorama of any kind of figure from the warmer parts of the planet.