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Spare-54mm-No-108 Metal Bas - Size circa 4,0cm x 3,0 - unpainted
Spare-54mm-No-108 Metal Bas - Size circa 4,0cm x 3,0 - unpainted
2.00

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Spare-54mm-No-107 Metal Bas - Size circa 4,0cm diameter - unpainted
Spare-54mm-No-107 Metal Bas - Size circa 4,0cm diameter - unpainted
3.50

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Spare-54mm-No-106 Metal Bas - Size circa 3,2cm diameter - unpainted
Spare-54mm-No-106 Metal Bas - Size circa 3,2cm diameter - unpainted
2.00

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Spare-54mm-No-086 Metal Bas - Size circa 4,5cm diameter - unpainted
Spare-54mm-No-086 Metal Bas - Size circa 4,5cm diameter - unpainted
3.50

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SF105-106 Krupp 12 Pdr and Egyptian Gunners set Painted
SF105-106 Krupp 12 Pdr and Egyptian Gunners set Painted
100.80

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Sqn80 030 Bandsman at attention with Keyed bugle 11th Foot 1858 Painted
Sqn80 030 Bandsman at attention with Keyed bugle 11th Foot 1858 Painted
84.25

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Sqn80 030 Bandsman at attention with Keyed bugle 11th Foot 1858 Kit
Sqn80 030 Bandsman at attention with Keyed bugle 11th Foot 1858 Kit
25.45

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Sqn80 105 Drummer South Wales Borderers circa 1905 Painted
Sqn80 105 Drummer South Wales Borderers circa 1905 Painted
84.25

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Sqn80 105 Drummer South Wales Borderers circa 1905 Kit
Sqn80 105 Drummer South Wales Borderers circa 1905 Kit
25.45

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Sqn80 062 Constable  North-West Mounted Police Winter 1884 Kit
Sqn80 062 Constable North-West Mounted Police Winter 1884 Kit
25.45

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Sqn80 062 Constable  North-West Mounted Police Winter 1884 Painted
Sqn80 062 Constable North-West Mounted Police Winter 1884 Painted
84.25

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Sqn80 013 Lancer N.C.O. Poland 1915 Kit
Sqn80 013 Lancer N.C.O. Poland 1915 Kit
25.45

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Sqn80 013 Lancer N.C.O. Poland 1915 Painted
Sqn80 013 Lancer N.C.O. Poland 1915 Painted
84.25

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Sqn80 040 Japanese Ninja Painted
Sqn80 040 Japanese Ninja Painted
84.25

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Sqn80 040 Japanese Ninja Kit
Sqn80 040 Japanese Ninja Kit
25.45

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Toy Soldier Collector Magazine Issue 78 Gone but not forgotten The Lemans Collection
Toy Soldier Collector Magazine Issue 78 Gone but not forgotten The Lemans Collection
4.75

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RPWM-10 Coldstream Guard at attention with SA80 rifle Painted
RPWM-10 Coldstream Guard at attention with SA80 rifle Painted
15.80

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ToL 054 - Officer Bavarian Garde du Corps 1814 - Napoleonic War - Size 90mm Painted
ToL 054 - Officer Bavarian Garde du Corps 1814 - Napoleonic War - Size 90mm Painted
145.45

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Charles C. Stadden Plate - No.006 - Officer Battalion Company 2nd Guards 1815
Charles C. Stadden Plate - No.006 - Officer Battalion Company 2nd Guards 1815
7.50

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Charles C. Stadden Plate - No.005 - Private 43rd Light Infantry 1810
Charles C. Stadden Plate - No.005 - Private 43rd Light Infantry 1810
7.50

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NF1109 Sapper Sergeant Year 1810 Painted
NF1109 Sapper Sergeant Year 1810 Painted
47.25

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NF1107 Sapper Year 1810 Painted
NF1107 Sapper Year 1810 Painted
47.25

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NF1106 Private Year 1810 Painted
NF1106 Private Year 1810 Painted
47.25

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NF1105 Fifer Year 1810 Painted
NF1105 Fifer Year 1810 Painted
47.25

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NF1104 Drummer Year 1810 Painted
NF1104 Drummer Year 1810 Painted
47.25

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Tradition of London

Charles C. Stadden Plate -
No.003 The Light Company 3rd
Regiment of Foot Guards
1807-1815

7.50


SKU: Chas-C-Stadden-Plate-003

Shop Location: D-3-1


Description


Charles C. Stadden Plate - No.003 The Light Company 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards 1807-1815


A3 Size: 297 x 420 mm

Officers Shoulder Belt Plate
Private's Coatee 1807
Shako-Plate 1807
Private Marching Order 1815
Cross belt Plate Rank and File
Private, Officer and Sergeant, Copenhagen 1807
Shako-Plate and Bugle Horn 1815
Private, Officer and Sergeant Waterloo 1815

Plate by Charles C. Stadden published

Published by; Norman Newton 124, New Bond ST. W.1 - now; Tradition of London Ltd.

Copyright design

This regiment was originally an Irish Corps, raised by Arthur Chichester, 3rd Earl of Donegal. This officer had commanded a regiment in the Wars of William III and his new regiment was formed at Belfast in 1701 when it was given the unusual orange facings as a peculiar mark of favour of William of Orange.

    It was transferred to the British Establishment in 1702 for ‘sea service’, in which capacity it first saw service in the Cadiz expedition in the West Indies. Shortly after, the regiment went to Gibraltar where they helped to defend the Rock until the siege was raised in 1705. From there they set off to take part in the capture and defence of Barcelona. After further service in Spain and near annihilation at the Battle of Almanza in 1707 it was reformed at home and remained in Ireland for an unbroken period of 48 years. In spite of this rustication they rejoiced in a Light Company as early as 1745.

Read more in Tradition Magazine No. 7 

 

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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

Charles C. Stadden Plate - No.003 The Light Company 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards 1807-1815

7.50


SKU: Chas-C-Stadden-Plate-003

Shop Location: D-3-1


Description


Charles C. Stadden Plate - No.003 The Light Company 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards 1807-1815


A3 Size: 297 x 420 mm

Officers Shoulder Belt Plate
Private's Coatee 1807
Shako-Plate 1807
Private Marching Order 1815
Cross belt Plate Rank and File
Private, Officer and Sergeant, Copenhagen 1807
Shako-Plate and Bugle Horn 1815
Private, Officer and Sergeant Waterloo 1815

Plate by Charles C. Stadden published

Published by; Norman Newton 124, New Bond ST. W.1 - now; Tradition of London Ltd.

Copyright design

This regiment was originally an Irish Corps, raised by Arthur Chichester, 3rd Earl of Donegal. This officer had commanded a regiment in the Wars of William III and his new regiment was formed at Belfast in 1701 when it was given the unusual orange facings as a peculiar mark of favour of William of Orange.

    It was transferred to the British Establishment in 1702 for ‘sea service’, in which capacity it first saw service in the Cadiz expedition in the West Indies. Shortly after, the regiment went to Gibraltar where they helped to defend the Rock until the siege was raised in 1705. From there they set off to take part in the capture and defence of Barcelona. After further service in Spain and near annihilation at the Battle of Almanza in 1707 it was reformed at home and remained in Ireland for an unbroken period of 48 years. In spite of this rustication they rejoiced in a Light Company as early as 1745.

Read more in Tradition Magazine No. 7 

 

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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

Charles C. Stadden Plate - No.003 The Light Company 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards 1807-1815

7.50


SKU: Chas-C-Stadden-Plate-003

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Shop Location: D-3-1


Description


Charles C. Stadden Plate - No.003 The Light Company 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards 1807-1815


A3 Size: 297 x 420 mm

Officers Shoulder Belt Plate
Private's Coatee 1807
Shako-Plate 1807
Private Marching Order 1815
Cross belt Plate Rank and File
Private, Officer and Sergeant, Copenhagen 1807
Shako-Plate and Bugle Horn 1815
Private, Officer and Sergeant Waterloo 1815

Plate by Charles C. Stadden published

Published by; Norman Newton 124, New Bond ST. W.1 - now; Tradition of London Ltd.

Copyright design

This regiment was originally an Irish Corps, raised by Arthur Chichester, 3rd Earl of Donegal. This officer had commanded a regiment in the Wars of William III and his new regiment was formed at Belfast in 1701 when it was given the unusual orange facings as a peculiar mark of favour of William of Orange.

    It was transferred to the British Establishment in 1702 for ‘sea service’, in which capacity it first saw service in the Cadiz expedition in the West Indies. Shortly after, the regiment went to Gibraltar where they helped to defend the Rock until the siege was raised in 1705. From there they set off to take part in the capture and defence of Barcelona. After further service in Spain and near annihilation at the Battle of Almanza in 1707 it was reformed at home and remained in Ireland for an unbroken period of 48 years. In spite of this rustication they rejoiced in a Light Company as early as 1745.

Read more in Tradition Magazine No. 7 

 

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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!