2017 Centaures in the Bank

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2017 Centaures in the Bank

Postby Long Johns Wolf » Wed Sep 27, 2017 9:18 am

Hello Pards & Pardettes,
Thanks to good ole Paden the site has been reactivated and we are back in business.
Let's rock this place with threads.
Here is our inventory of Centaures per the end of August, 2017

Marshal Models 2nd variation: 3
"Colterized": 11
Pocket Army Models & Odd Ones: 13
Civilian Models: 53
Cavalry Models: 89
RNMAs, Marshal Models 1. Variation & MSRs: 1.000

Per the end of August 2017 haben wir entries of 1,169 Centaures in the master file.
This equals 7,2% of the total production output of 16,200 specimens between 1959 and 1973 .
Please, let me know the data of newly liberated Centaures like you did in the past.

Thanks & regards,
Long Johns Wolf

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Re: 2017 Centaures in the Bank

Postby Long Johns Wolf » Sun Oct 01, 2017 4:32 am

September and the Indian summer are gone, fall is waiting around the corner.
Here is our inventory per the end of September:

Marshal model 2nd variations: 3 (no change)
"Colterized" Centaures: 11 (no change)
Pocket Army models & Odd Ones: 13 (no change)
Civilian models: 53 (no change)
Cavalry models: 89 (no change)
RNMAs and Marshal model 1st variations: 1,009 (9 up)

The new total recorded is 1,178 or 7,3% of the 16,200 Centaures made between 1959 and 1973.
Thanks for reporting you newly liberated pistols.
You can check the detailed data per the end of August 2017 in the SURVEY section of this website.
Long Johns Wolf

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Re: 2017 Centaures in the Bank

Postby Long Johns Wolf » Wed Nov 01, 2017 2:18 am

Had our first frost yesterday. Winter is around the corner.
Per the end of October 2017 this is our inventory:

Marshal 2nd Variations: 3 (no change)
"Colterized": 11 (no change)
Pocket Armies & Odd Ones: 13 (no change)
Civilians: 53 (no change)
Cavalries: 89 (no change)
RNMAs & Marshal 1st Variations: 1,019 (+10)

This adds up to a new TOTAL of 1,188 (+10) Centaures documented which equals slightly over 7,3% of the total production between 1959 and 1973.
Thanks for sharing information on additions to your herds.
Long Johns Wolf

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Re: 2017 Centaures in the Bank

Postby Long Johns Wolf » Fri Dec 01, 2017 6:11 am

Another frosty morning in Hofheim/Germany, pards & pardettes, temps ca. 29°F and snow on the Taunus hills.
Our Centaure count per the end of November 2017:

Marshal 2nd Variations: 3 (no change)
"Colterized": 11 (no change)
Pocket Armies & Odd Ones: 13 (no change)
Civilians: 53 (no change)
Cavalries: 90 (+1)
RNMAs & Marshal 1st Variations: 1,028 (+9)

This adds up to a new TOTAL of 1,198 (+10) Centaures documented which equals 7,4% of the total production between 1959 and 1973.
Herewith I am opening the guessing department.
# What do you think is the number of Centaures we will have documented in our master file by the end of 2018? Can we crack the 10 % barrier?
# Another thought. What in you opinion is a good guesstimate ragarding the total suvival rate of Centaures? Do I hear 20 %?
Thanks for sharing information on additions to your herds.
Happy Christmas season,
Long Johns Wolf

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Re: 2017 Centaures in the Bank

Postby Long Johns Wolf » Wed Jan 03, 2018 3:32 am

A warm but stormy day in Hofheim/Germany, pards & pardettes, temps ca. 40°F and lots of rain.
Our Centaure count per the end of the year 2017:

Marshal 2nd Variations: 3 (no change)
"Colterized": 11 (no change)
Pocket Armies & Odd Ones: 13 (no change)
Civilians: 53 (no change)
Cavalries: 90 (no change)
RNMAs & Marshal 1st Variations: 1,034 (+6)

This adds up to a new TOTAL of 1,204 (+6) Centaures documented.
1,204 equals a mite more than 7,4% of the total production between 1959 and 1973 assumed to be ca 16,200.
Herewith I am inviting more guesses:
# What do you think is the number of Centaures we will be able to document in our master file by the end of 2018? Can we crack the 10 % barrier?
# Another thought. What in you opinion is a good guesstimate ragarding the total suvival rate of Centaures? Do I hear 20 %?
Thanks for sharing information on additions to your herds.
Wishing you alle a Happy New Year,
The Pards,
Paden & Wolf


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