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AL54 41 T.S. Officer at the Helicopter unit Painted
AL54 41 T.S. Officer at the Helicopter unit Painted
39.35

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AL54 41 T.S. Officer at the Helicopter unit Kit
AL54 41 T.S. Officer at the Helicopter unit Kit
10.85

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AL54 40 T.S. Student 1860 Painted
AL54 40 T.S. Student 1860 Painted
39.35

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AL54 40 T.S. Student 1860 Kit
AL54 40 T.S. Student 1860 Kit
10.85

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Del Prado 049 Corporal Mil. Police 9th Air Force U.S.A. 1944 Painted
Del Prado 049 Corporal Mil. Police 9th Air Force U.S.A. 1944 Painted
15.95

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Del Prado 038 Signals rating RCN - Canada 1943 Painted
Del Prado 038 Signals rating RCN - Canada 1943 Painted
15.95

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Toy Soldier Collector Magazine Issue 82 The Story of Boudicca twilight of the Celts
Toy Soldier Collector Magazine Issue 82 The Story of Boudicca twilight of the Celts
4.75

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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 2018 Volume 42 Number 1 STEAMPUNK DIMESTORE
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 2018 Volume 42 Number 1 STEAMPUNK DIMESTORE
7.50

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Del Prado 046 Black Watch UK 1914 Painted
Del Prado 046 Black Watch UK 1914 Painted
15.95

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Del Prado 044 Lance-Corporal RMP - UK 1951 Painted
Del Prado 044 Lance-Corporal RMP - UK 1951 Painted
15.95

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Del Prado 041 Female Sniper Red Army US.S.R 1943 Painted
Del Prado 041 Female Sniper Red Army US.S.R 1943 Painted
15.95

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NF6405 Trumpeter 1804-1815 Painted
NF6405 Trumpeter 1804-1815 Painted
105.00

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NF6401 Colonel 1804-1815 Painted
NF6401 Colonel 1804-1815 Painted
97.50

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NF6106-15 Trooper 1810-1812 Painted
NF6106-15 Trooper 1810-1812 Painted
97.50

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NF6105-12 Trumpeter 1810-1812 Painted
NF6105-12 Trumpeter 1810-1812 Painted
105.00

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NF6100 Colonel 1810-1812 Painted
NF6100 Colonel 1810-1812 Painted
97.50

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NF6006-01 Trooper 1 Regiment  1810-1812 Painted
NF6006-01 Trooper 1 Regiment 1810-1812 Painted
97.50

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NF6005-01 Trumpeter 1 Regiment  1810-1812 Painted
NF6005-01 Trumpeter 1 Regiment 1810-1812 Painted
97.50

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NF6001-01 Captain 1 Regiment  1810-1812 Painted
NF6001-01 Captain 1 Regiment 1810-1812 Painted
97.50

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NF6000-01 Colonel 1 Regiment  1810-1812 Painted
NF6000-01 Colonel 1 Regiment 1810-1812 Painted
97.50

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NF5005 Trumpeter of Chasseurs a Cheval of Old Guard in full parade uniform year 1806-1812 Painted
NF5005 Trumpeter of Chasseurs a Cheval of Old Guard in full parade uniform year 1806-1812 Painted
105.00

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 012 - Charles XI, mounted, king of Sweden 1672-1697 Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 012 - Charles XI, mounted, king of Sweden 1672-1697 Military Miniature - Unpainted
37.50

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 014 - Christina, mounted, Queen of Sweden 1644-1654 Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 014 - Christina, mounted, Queen of Sweden 1644-1654 Military Miniature - Unpainted
37.50

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 011 - Gustavus II Adolphus, mounted, King of Sweden 1611-1632 Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 011 - Gustavus II Adolphus, mounted, King of Sweden 1611-1632 Military Miniature - Unpainted
37.50

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 010 - Charles IX, mounted, King of Sweden 1604-1611 Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 010 - Charles IX, mounted, King of Sweden 1604-1611 Military Miniature - Unpainted
37.50

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Tradition of London

No 50 Tradition Magazine
SPECIAL INDIAN CAVALRY ISSUE -
Reproduced

16.00


SKU: Mag-No-50

Shop Location: D-5-7


Description

No 50 Tradition Magazine

Reproduced

SPECIAL INDIAN CAVALRY ISSUE

by LIEUTENANT-COLONEL FRANK WILSON - late 19th King George V’s Own Lancers

With an introduction by, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL J. B. R. NICHOLSON - late 18th King Edward VII’s Own Cavalry

Front cover : Some Indian Cavalry Uniforms 1901 to 1912. From an original painting by Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Wilson.

(From left to right): Captain, Skinner’s Horse 1912. Jemadar, 28th Light Cavalry 1912. Jemadar, 25th Cavalry, Frontier Force 1905. Lt.Colonel, 18th Bengal Lancers 1901.

Introduction

Regimental Titles

Glossary

His Excellency the Governor-General’s Bodyguard

The Governor’s Bodyguard, Madras

The Governor’s Bodyguard, Bombay

The Governor’s Bodyguard, Bengal

Skinner’s Horse (1st Duke of York’s Own Cavalry)

2nd Royal Lancers (Gardner’s Horse)

3rd Cavalry

Hodson’s Horse (4th Duke of Cambridge’s Own Lancers)

Probyn’s Horse (5th King Edward VII’s Own Lancers)

Dress Regulations of the 13th Lancers

Dress Regulations of the Corps of Guides

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Around 1964 Tradition began publishing a groundbreaking, prestigious magazine on military uniforms, which went under the title Tradition and following the success of the magazine, the model soldier range and their shop were similarly named Tradition of London. Have a closer look!

Tradition of London has started to reproduce Tradition Magazine that no longer in stock, first out is Tradition Magazine No.50 Follow this link!

Tradition of London

No 50 Tradition Magazine SPECIAL INDIAN CAVALRY ISSUE - Reproduced

16.00


SKU: Mag-No-50

Shop Location: D-5-7


Description

No 50 Tradition Magazine

Reproduced

SPECIAL INDIAN CAVALRY ISSUE

by LIEUTENANT-COLONEL FRANK WILSON - late 19th King George V’s Own Lancers

With an introduction by, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL J. B. R. NICHOLSON - late 18th King Edward VII’s Own Cavalry

Front cover : Some Indian Cavalry Uniforms 1901 to 1912. From an original painting by Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Wilson.

(From left to right): Captain, Skinner’s Horse 1912. Jemadar, 28th Light Cavalry 1912. Jemadar, 25th Cavalry, Frontier Force 1905. Lt.Colonel, 18th Bengal Lancers 1901.

Introduction

Regimental Titles

Glossary

His Excellency the Governor-General’s Bodyguard

The Governor’s Bodyguard, Madras

The Governor’s Bodyguard, Bombay

The Governor’s Bodyguard, Bengal

Skinner’s Horse (1st Duke of York’s Own Cavalry)

2nd Royal Lancers (Gardner’s Horse)

3rd Cavalry

Hodson’s Horse (4th Duke of Cambridge’s Own Lancers)

Probyn’s Horse (5th King Edward VII’s Own Lancers)

Dress Regulations of the 13th Lancers

Dress Regulations of the Corps of Guides

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Around 1964 Tradition began publishing a groundbreaking, prestigious magazine on military uniforms, which went under the title Tradition and following the success of the magazine, the model soldier range and their shop were similarly named Tradition of London. Have a closer look!

Tradition of London has started to reproduce Tradition Magazine that no longer in stock, first out is Tradition Magazine No.50 Follow this link!

Tradition of London

No 50 Tradition Magazine SPECIAL INDIAN CAVALRY ISSUE - Reproduced

16.00


SKU: Mag-No-50

Viewed 9962 times

Shop Location: D-5-7


Description

No 50 Tradition Magazine

Reproduced

SPECIAL INDIAN CAVALRY ISSUE

by LIEUTENANT-COLONEL FRANK WILSON - late 19th King George V’s Own Lancers

With an introduction by, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL J. B. R. NICHOLSON - late 18th King Edward VII’s Own Cavalry

Front cover : Some Indian Cavalry Uniforms 1901 to 1912. From an original painting by Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Wilson.

(From left to right): Captain, Skinner’s Horse 1912. Jemadar, 28th Light Cavalry 1912. Jemadar, 25th Cavalry, Frontier Force 1905. Lt.Colonel, 18th Bengal Lancers 1901.

Introduction

Regimental Titles

Glossary

His Excellency the Governor-General’s Bodyguard

The Governor’s Bodyguard, Madras

The Governor’s Bodyguard, Bombay

The Governor’s Bodyguard, Bengal

Skinner’s Horse (1st Duke of York’s Own Cavalry)

2nd Royal Lancers (Gardner’s Horse)

3rd Cavalry

Hodson’s Horse (4th Duke of Cambridge’s Own Lancers)

Probyn’s Horse (5th King Edward VII’s Own Lancers)

Dress Regulations of the 13th Lancers

Dress Regulations of the Corps of Guides

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Around 1964 Tradition began publishing a groundbreaking, prestigious magazine on military uniforms, which went under the title Tradition and following the success of the magazine, the model soldier range and their shop were similarly named Tradition of London. Have a closer look!

Tradition of London has started to reproduce Tradition Magazine that no longer in stock, first out is Tradition Magazine No.50 Follow this link!