Throughout the history of Citadel miniatures, Citadel sold their figures in a variety of packages. The variant designs of these packages are of interest to collectors. The aim of this page is to provide examples of all the different varient package designs.
Preslotta Packaging - Carded bags
Originally using the same packaging technique that Asgard did. There are 3 general variations of what was printed on the cards, as they evolved over time:
Type 1) Range Name, Art representing the Range, Figure Code and Full Name, Price Code, Designer Info
Type 2) Range Name, Art representing the Range, Figure Code and Full Name, Price Code,
Type 3) Range Name, Art representing the Range, boxes where the Model Code and Price Code would be stamped.
There were two sizes to the bags. The Large bag had the same art (all but the Fantasy Tribes), just reformatted to fit the larger card.
Preslotta Packaging - Blister Packs
Upgraded to Blister Packs around 1982-1983.
Preslotta Packaging - North American Imports
Ral Partha box: FTF300 Defenders of Law
Early Slotta Packaging
1500 Fantasy Adventurers
1800 Ogres & Trolls
John Blanche Blister Pack Sets
These blister pack backing sheets were designed by John Blanche and fit together in sets of three to make a complete painting
Later Slotta Packaging
US Green "Warhammer" Blister
US Woodgrain Blister