British WW2 AFVs, 3 new 1/72 sets

...from Star Decals

British WW2 AFVs, 3 new 1/72 sets from Star Decals

72-A 1093 British Shermans in Italy

A - Sherman Mk III, 46 RTR, Anzio 1944, in overall olive drab
B - Sherman Mk III, 46 RTR, Anzio 1944, in overall olive drab
C - Sherman Mk IIIDD, 7th Queen's Own Hussars, 9th armoured brigade, Italy in 1945, in overall olive drab
D - Sherman Mk IIA, 2 RTR, Italy in December 1944, in overall olive drab
E - Sherman Mk IIA, The Queen's Bays, 2nd Armoured Brigade, San Martino in November 1944, in overall olive drab
F - Sherman Mk III, 3rd County of London Yeomanry, 4th Armoured Brigade, Sicily, July 1943, in light mud with a blue black disruptive pattern
G - Sherman Mk III,44 RTR (or possibly Royal Scots Greys) in 1943, in light mud with a blue black disruptive pattern
H - Sherman Mk III, Royal Scots Greys, Naples in October 1943, in light mud with a blue black disruptive pattern with black spots
J - Sherman Mk III, claimed by 3rd County of London Yeomanry (CLY) but listed as 4th CLY, in light mud with a blue black disruptive pattern

72-A 1094 British Royal Artillery in Italy

A - M7 Priest HMC, 98th Field Regiment RA, Reggio in September 1943, in a light mud and blue black disruptive camouflage
B - M3A1 Halftrack, 98th Field Regiment RA, Reggio in September 1943, in an olive drab and light mud camouflage
C - M7 Priest HMC, 152nd Field Regiments, RA, 6th Armoured Division, May 1944. in an olive drab and light mud disruptive camouflage.
D - M7 Priest HMC, A Troop, 22nd Battery, 24th Field Regiment RA, May 1944 in overall olive drab
E - Sherman Mk III Command Tank, troop commander A Troop, 22nd Battery, 24th Field Regiment RA, Anzio in January 1944, in overall olive drab

72-A British Cromwell Mk IV/Mik VI, from Normandy to Germany

A - Cromwell Mk IV, 5th RTR, 7th Armoured Div, Gold Beach, Normandy in overall olive drab
B - Cromwell Mk IV, 2nd Welsh Guards, Guards Armoured Div, Nr Bremen in April 1945 in overall olive drab
C - Cromwell Mk IV, 5th RTR, 7th Armoured Div, Villers Bocage, Normandy in overall olive drab
D - Cromwell Mk IV, 11th Armoured Div, Normandy, July 1944 in overall olive drab
E - Cromwell Mk IV, 1st RTR, 7th Armoured Div, Germany in May 1945, in overall olive drab with remains of winter whitewash on the turret
F - Cromwell Mk IV, 2nd Northants Yeomanry, 11th Armoured Div in Normandy 1944, with rubber strips attached to the turret sides, in overall olive drab
G - Cromwell Mk VI, 1st RTR, 7th Armoured Div, Germany in May 1945, in overall olive drab with black disruptive camouflage

Thanks to Star Decals for our review copies.

Robin