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30mm Willie Spare Part 019 - Boer Rifle Kit
30mm Willie Spare Part 019 - Boer Rifle Kit
0.25

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30mm Willie Spare Part 080 - Heavy Cavalry Sword Kit
30mm Willie Spare Part 080 - Heavy Cavalry Sword Kit
0.25

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Charles C. Stadden - Magazine 144 Pages with Figures
Charles C. Stadden - Magazine 144 Pages with Figures
25.00

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Toy Soldier Collector Magazine Issue 84 Belle of the ball Thomas Gunn's new B17
Toy Soldier Collector Magazine Issue 84 Belle of the ball Thomas Gunn's new B17
4.75

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Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1978 Volume 2 Number 5 Heyde
Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1978 Volume 2 Number 5 Heyde
20.00

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Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1978 Volume 2 Number 4 Britain's Mysteries
Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1978 Volume 2 Number 4 Britain's Mysteries
20.00

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30mm Holger Eriksson Catalogue
30mm Holger Eriksson Catalogue
3.00

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SP042 Oil Drums - King and Country
SP042 Oil Drums - King and Country
46.95

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WS222 Walking Wounded King and Country
WS222 Walking Wounded King and Country
110.95

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WS144 Mounted Cossack Scout King and Country
WS144 Mounted Cossack Scout King and Country
110.95

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WS147 Standing Cossack and Horse King and Country
WS147 Standing Cossack and Horse King and Country
110.95

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NF1096-01 Triangle player Year 1810 Painted
NF1096-01 Triangle player Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1095-01 The "Rolling Drum" Musician Year 1810 Painted
NF1095-01 The "Rolling Drum" Musician Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1094-01 Drum Master Year 1810 Painted
NF1094-01 Drum Master Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1093-01 Bandmaster Year 1810 Painted
NF1093-01 Bandmaster Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1092-01 Musician Snare Drum year 1810 Painted
NF1092-01 Musician Snare Drum year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1091-01 Bassoon player Year 1810 Painted
NF1091-01 Bassoon player Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1090-01 Bass drum player Year 1810 Painted
NF1090-01 Bass drum player Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1088-01 Serpent player Year 1810 Painted
NF1088-01 Serpent player Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1087-01 Trumpet player Year 1810 Painted
NF1087-01 Trumpet player Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1086-01 Clarinettist Year 1810 Painted
NF1086-01 Clarinettist Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1085-01 Trombonist Year 1810 Painted
NF1085-01 Trombonist Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1080-01 Drum-Major Year 1810 Painted
NF1080-01 Drum-Major Year 1810 Painted
49.00

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NF1083-01 Oboist Year 1810 Painted
NF1083-01 Oboist Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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NF1082-01 Flutist Year 1810 Painted
NF1082-01 Flutist Year 1810 Painted
49.25

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007a 1 Toy Soldier Officer at
attention Kit

8.95


SKU: Toy-kit-007a-1

Shop Location: C-14-2


Description


007a 1 Toy Soldier Officer at attention

Toy Soldiers 54mm Indian Army 1890-1910

The British Indian Army was the principal army of the British Raj in India before the partition of India in 1947. It was not designated as the British Indian Army but as the Indian Army and when used within an article or a book which has a clear historical context is often referred to as the Indian Army. During the days of British rule, the Indian Army proved a very crucial adjunct to British forces not only in India but also in other places, particularly during the First and Second World Wars.
In India, it was responsible for the defence of the regions of direct British governance (the Provinces of India, or, collectively, British India) as well as of those under British suzerainty (the Princely States).
The first army officially called the ”Indian Army” was raised by the government of India in 1895, existing alongside the three long-established presidency armies (the Bengal Army, the Madras Army and the Bombay Army) of the Presidencies of British India. However, in 1903 the Indian Army absorbed these three armies.
The term ”Indian Army” was also sometimes used informally as a collective description of the former Presidency armies, particularly after the Indian Mutiny. The Indian Army should not be confused with the Army of India. Between 1903 and 1947 this consisted of two separate entities: the Indian Army itself (made up of Indian regiments originating in India), plus the British Army in India, which consisted of units of the British Army (with their origins in the United Kingdom) which were on a tour of duty in India.

Casting/kit Unpainted with colour photo. Cast in quality white metal.

 

Do you need Paint?

Available Wooden Plinths and Bases

Tradition Magazine with Military History

In 1980 the toy soldier range painted in gloss was introduced, sculpted by David Scheinmann, and today by Andrew Stadden which from modest beginnings has expanded to a very extensive range covering many popular subjects and periods of military history.

007a 1 Toy Soldier Officer at attention Kit

8.95


SKU: Toy-kit-007a-1

Shop Location: C-14-2


Description


007a 1 Toy Soldier Officer at attention

Toy Soldiers 54mm Indian Army 1890-1910

The British Indian Army was the principal army of the British Raj in India before the partition of India in 1947. It was not designated as the British Indian Army but as the Indian Army and when used within an article or a book which has a clear historical context is often referred to as the Indian Army. During the days of British rule, the Indian Army proved a very crucial adjunct to British forces not only in India but also in other places, particularly during the First and Second World Wars.
In India, it was responsible for the defence of the regions of direct British governance (the Provinces of India, or, collectively, British India) as well as of those under British suzerainty (the Princely States).
The first army officially called the ”Indian Army” was raised by the government of India in 1895, existing alongside the three long-established presidency armies (the Bengal Army, the Madras Army and the Bombay Army) of the Presidencies of British India. However, in 1903 the Indian Army absorbed these three armies.
The term ”Indian Army” was also sometimes used informally as a collective description of the former Presidency armies, particularly after the Indian Mutiny. The Indian Army should not be confused with the Army of India. Between 1903 and 1947 this consisted of two separate entities: the Indian Army itself (made up of Indian regiments originating in India), plus the British Army in India, which consisted of units of the British Army (with their origins in the United Kingdom) which were on a tour of duty in India.

Casting/kit Unpainted with colour photo. Cast in quality white metal.

 

Do you need Paint?

Available Wooden Plinths and Bases

Tradition Magazine with Military History

In 1980 the toy soldier range painted in gloss was introduced, sculpted by David Scheinmann, and today by Andrew Stadden which from modest beginnings has expanded to a very extensive range covering many popular subjects and periods of military history.

007a 1 Toy Soldier Officer at attention Kit

8.95


SKU: Toy-kit-007a-1

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Shop Location: C-14-2


Description


007a 1 Toy Soldier Officer at attention

Toy Soldiers 54mm Indian Army 1890-1910

The British Indian Army was the principal army of the British Raj in India before the partition of India in 1947. It was not designated as the British Indian Army but as the Indian Army and when used within an article or a book which has a clear historical context is often referred to as the Indian Army. During the days of British rule, the Indian Army proved a very crucial adjunct to British forces not only in India but also in other places, particularly during the First and Second World Wars.
In India, it was responsible for the defence of the regions of direct British governance (the Provinces of India, or, collectively, British India) as well as of those under British suzerainty (the Princely States).
The first army officially called the ”Indian Army” was raised by the government of India in 1895, existing alongside the three long-established presidency armies (the Bengal Army, the Madras Army and the Bombay Army) of the Presidencies of British India. However, in 1903 the Indian Army absorbed these three armies.
The term ”Indian Army” was also sometimes used informally as a collective description of the former Presidency armies, particularly after the Indian Mutiny. The Indian Army should not be confused with the Army of India. Between 1903 and 1947 this consisted of two separate entities: the Indian Army itself (made up of Indian regiments originating in India), plus the British Army in India, which consisted of units of the British Army (with their origins in the United Kingdom) which were on a tour of duty in India.

Casting/kit Unpainted with colour photo. Cast in quality white metal.

 

Do you need Paint?

Available Wooden Plinths and Bases

Tradition Magazine with Military History

In 1980 the toy soldier range painted in gloss was introduced, sculpted by David Scheinmann, and today by Andrew Stadden which from modest beginnings has expanded to a very extensive range covering many popular subjects and periods of military history.