The hull is a Fujimi Valentine (I must have saved up for that), but the superstructure of the Bishop is pure Sanders - cardboard, bits of balsa, and an Airfix 25 pounder gun barrel I bartered some Airfix Waterloo figures for. I remember feeling rather pleased with this card effort, and, about a decade later, this came out:
I can't remember which company made it (Italeri ?), but I was pleased that the card superstructure of my Sanders version was pretty close to the kit version.
I believe that John Sanders died at a relatively young age, but the excellent blog Vintage Wargaming perpetuates his memory. John Sanders - sound fellow.
I've managed no toy soldier work this evening as I decided that if I am, in the near-ish future, ever to crack on with writing the various bits and pieces I am supposed to writing, then I had to try and bring some order to what I could call 'my study'. But I just call it 'm'room':
It now looks a tad tidier, and looking at this photo I realised that for a 'Little Englander' I really am quite cosmopolitan. There are photographs of a Welshman (T.E. Lawrence), and an Irishman (James Joyce), a small bust of the martyr Tsar Nicholas, an icon of a Syrian chap, and a print of Old College, Edinburgh University. And a marvellous poem, 'Comfort', by the Norfolk poet Kevin Crossley-Holland.