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For those who remember the hexagon bottles of paint, the original Citadel Colors who were in fact made by Coat d'Arms here is a deal for you. I have found a company in the US selling Coat d'Arms for $1.50 (Normal 2.50 MSRP 3.25). They say that have a limited stock so is you want a great deal on some outstanding paint, now is the time to grab some up.

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For those who remember the hexagon bottles of paint, the original Citadel Colors who were in fact made by Coat d'Arms here is a deal for you. I have found a company in the US selling Coat d'Arms for $1.50 (Normal 2.50 MSRP 3.25). They say that have a limited stock so is you want a great deal on some outstanding paint, now is the time to grab some up.

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Looks cool, I was going to buy from a UK site once.

Thats a great deal though, whats that, about 75p a bottle in real money?
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www.xe.com cheeky bastard (real money he says)
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A tad more I think but still a VERY good deal. Shame it's in the US so I assume that shipping to Europe will make up for that sale again.
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A tad more I think but still a VERY good deal. Shame it's in the US so I assume that shipping to Europe will make up for that sale again.
Yeah, definitely, especially if you're planning a bulk order.
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I personally like the Hex paint bottles better, because when I paint, I generally use the lid and not the pot itself to hold paint, while the new paint lids are not as good.

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The coat d'arms bottle are pretty good for paint as well. They use the exact same bottle as the P3 paints.
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The coat d'arms bottle are pretty good for paint as well. They use the exact same bottle as the P3 paints.
I've heard from someone I used to talk to that they are exactly the same as GW. So, you've just confirmed it.

I think it's definitely a great buy, and aren't the bottles bigger than GW's ones?
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They are the same as the old GW paints that where out when you where bit younger, from what I hear P3 is who makes Coat d'Arms now.

GW = 12ml and CdA is 18ml
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They are the same as the old GW paints that where out when you where bit younger, from what I hear P3 is who makes Coat d'Arms now.

GW = 12ml and CdA is 18ml
Ah, I thought you meant the taller ones from a bit longer ago . Ok, I think I'm thinking a LONG time ago. But hey!

EDIT: Oh, and they are slightly bigger! I didn't realise that when I originally posted this

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