Grumm, Martin the Warrior, Bungo, Matthias, Laterose of Noonvale

In 1998 Julie London, an American sculptor, released a series of figurines based on characters from various Redwall novels after being licensed by Random House. Some were based on Troy Howell's cover designs and others were from her own imagination inspired by the pages she read. London sculpted more than the five her company Second Story Studios produced, but she settled on those five to make the first series of with the approval of Brian Jacques, who enjoyed the figurines. Mariel and Tramun Clogg were to follow, and were not included in the final set.

They were originally available for purchase at

The figurines are still available, but considered extremely rare. According to the website, the Matthias and Martin the Warrior figurines are completely sold out, and there are limited quantities of the Laterose, Grumm and Bungo figurines.

As of 2012, Julie London resides in California.


Quantities and original prices of the figurines are as follows:

  • Martin the Warrior: 7,500 made; original price - $48
  • Matthias: 7,500 made; original price - $42.50
  • Laterose: 5,000 made; original price - $32.50
  • Grumm: 5,000 made; original price - $28.50
  • Bungo: 5,000 made; original price - $18.75

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Accessories & Books related to the Redwall series, by Brian Jacques

Redwall Calendar 1995 | Redwall Diary 1996 | The Great Redwall Feast | Redwall Map & Riddler | Redwall Figurines | Redwall Collector Cards | Build Your Own Redwall Abbey | Redwall Puzzle | Redwall Book Collections | Redwall: A Teaching Guide | Redwall Friend & Foe | Welcome to Redwall Sampler | A Redwall Winter's Tale | Tribes of Redwall Badgers | Brian Jacques's Redwall Tales: A Teacher's Guide | Redwall Novel Units Teacher Guide | Tribes of Redwall Otters | Tribes of Redwall Mice | A Redwall Journal | Redwall Study Guide | Redwall: The Legend of Redwall Abbey | The Redwall Cookbook | Redwall/Castaways Sampler | Redwall: The Graphic Novel | A Classroom Guide to the Redwall Series

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