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No.077 Daggert - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.077 Daggert - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.083 Sword - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.083 Sword - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.082 Scabbard - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.082 Scabbard - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.076 Artillery gun lock - keeping the Gun down - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.076 Artillery gun lock - keeping the Gun down - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.075 Mace - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.075 Mace - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.085 Ax - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.085 Ax - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.084 Battle axe - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.084 Battle axe - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.078 Trumpet with peg - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.078 Trumpet with peg - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.080 Spade - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.080 Spade - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.074 Backpack - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.074 Backpack - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.073 Drum - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.073 Drum - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.072 Fox - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.072 Fox - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£6.50

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NF0004 Napoleon in the Russia 1812 Painted
NF0004 Napoleon in the Russia 1812 Painted
£47.25

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NF0003 Napoleon in Chasseur-Cheval regiment uniform Painted
NF0003 Napoleon in Chasseur-Cheval regiment uniform Painted
£47.25

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NF0002 Napoleon in 1st grenadier regiment uniform Painted
NF0002 Napoleon in 1st grenadier regiment uniform Painted
£47.25

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NF0001 Napoleon year 1805  Painted
NF0001 Napoleon year 1805 Painted
£47.25

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Sqn80 111 Officer Queen’s Own Highlander 1983 No. 1 Dress Painted
Sqn80 111 Officer Queen’s Own Highlander 1983 No. 1 Dress Painted
£84.25

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Sqn80 111 Officer Queen’s Own Highlander 1983 No. 1 Dress Kit
Sqn80 111 Officer Queen’s Own Highlander 1983 No. 1 Dress Kit
£25.45

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No.081 Sword - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.081 Sword - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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No.079 Trumpet - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
No.079 Trumpet - Kit, unpainted Scale 1:32/ 54mm
£0.60

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Sqn80 117 Corporal Grenadier Guards guard order circa 1938 Painted
Sqn80 117 Corporal Grenadier Guards guard order circa 1938 Painted
£84.25

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Sqn80 117 Corporal Grenadier Guards guard order circa 1938 Kit
Sqn80 117 Corporal Grenadier Guards guard order circa 1938 Kit
£25.45

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Sqn80 067 Pioneer Grenadier Guards 1896 Painted
Sqn80 067 Pioneer Grenadier Guards 1896 Painted
£84.25

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Sqn80 067 Pioneer Grenadier Guards 1896 Kit
Sqn80 067 Pioneer Grenadier Guards 1896 Kit
£25.45

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Sqn80 090 Trumpeter Saxon Karabinier Regiment 1900 Painted
Sqn80 090 Trumpeter Saxon Karabinier Regiment 1900 Painted
£84.25

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Tradition of London

M101 Toy Soldier Set Officer,
Royal Scots Greys Painted

£44.75


SKU: Toy-set-A-M101

Shop Location: C-18-3


Description


M101 Toy Soldier Set Officer, Royal Scots Greys

The 2nd Dragoons 1900

54mm British Army 1879 to 1900

The Royal Scots Greys was a cavalry regiment of the British Army from 1707 until 1971, when they amalgamated with the 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales's Dragoon Guards) to form The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Carabiniers and Greys.

The regiment's history began in 1678, when three independent troops of Scots Dragoons were raised. In 1681, these troops were regimented to form The Royal Regiment of Scots Dragoons, numbered the 4th Dragoons in 1694.

They were already mounted on grey horses by this stage and were already being referred to as the Grey Dragoons. In 1707, they were renamed The Royal North British Dragoons North Britain then being the envisaged common name for Scotland, but were already being referred to as the Scots Greys.

In 1713, they were renumbered the 2nd Dragoons as part of a deal between the commands of the English Army and the Scottish Army when the two were in the process of being unified into the British Army. They were also sometimes referred to, during the first Jacobite uprising, as Portmore's Dragoons.

In 1877, their nickname was finally made official when they became the 2nd Dragoons Royal Scots Greys, which was inverted in 1921 to The Royal Scots Greys 2nd Dragoons. They kept this title until 2 July 1971, when they amalgamated with the 3rd Carabiniers, forming the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards.


Price code G

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in Red Boxes. Cast in quality white metal, hand painted gloss enamels. Available as unpainted casting, kit with colour photo.



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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.

 

Tradition of London

M101 Toy Soldier Set Officer, Royal Scots Greys Painted

£44.75


SKU: Toy-set-A-M101

Shop Location: C-18-3


Description


M101 Toy Soldier Set Officer, Royal Scots Greys

The 2nd Dragoons 1900

54mm British Army 1879 to 1900

The Royal Scots Greys was a cavalry regiment of the British Army from 1707 until 1971, when they amalgamated with the 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales's Dragoon Guards) to form The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Carabiniers and Greys.

The regiment's history began in 1678, when three independent troops of Scots Dragoons were raised. In 1681, these troops were regimented to form The Royal Regiment of Scots Dragoons, numbered the 4th Dragoons in 1694.

They were already mounted on grey horses by this stage and were already being referred to as the Grey Dragoons. In 1707, they were renamed The Royal North British Dragoons North Britain then being the envisaged common name for Scotland, but were already being referred to as the Scots Greys.

In 1713, they were renumbered the 2nd Dragoons as part of a deal between the commands of the English Army and the Scottish Army when the two were in the process of being unified into the British Army. They were also sometimes referred to, during the first Jacobite uprising, as Portmore's Dragoons.

In 1877, their nickname was finally made official when they became the 2nd Dragoons Royal Scots Greys, which was inverted in 1921 to The Royal Scots Greys 2nd Dragoons. They kept this title until 2 July 1971, when they amalgamated with the 3rd Carabiniers, forming the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards.


Price code G

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in Red Boxes. Cast in quality white metal, hand painted gloss enamels. Available as unpainted casting, kit with colour photo.



Do you need Paint? follow this link 

Available as an extra touch to your figure, 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.

 

Tradition of London

M101 Toy Soldier Set Officer, Royal Scots Greys Painted

£44.75


SKU: Toy-set-A-M101

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Shop Location: C-18-3


Description


M101 Toy Soldier Set Officer, Royal Scots Greys

The 2nd Dragoons 1900

54mm British Army 1879 to 1900

The Royal Scots Greys was a cavalry regiment of the British Army from 1707 until 1971, when they amalgamated with the 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales's Dragoon Guards) to form The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Carabiniers and Greys.

The regiment's history began in 1678, when three independent troops of Scots Dragoons were raised. In 1681, these troops were regimented to form The Royal Regiment of Scots Dragoons, numbered the 4th Dragoons in 1694.

They were already mounted on grey horses by this stage and were already being referred to as the Grey Dragoons. In 1707, they were renamed The Royal North British Dragoons North Britain then being the envisaged common name for Scotland, but were already being referred to as the Scots Greys.

In 1713, they were renumbered the 2nd Dragoons as part of a deal between the commands of the English Army and the Scottish Army when the two were in the process of being unified into the British Army. They were also sometimes referred to, during the first Jacobite uprising, as Portmore's Dragoons.

In 1877, their nickname was finally made official when they became the 2nd Dragoons Royal Scots Greys, which was inverted in 1921 to The Royal Scots Greys 2nd Dragoons. They kept this title until 2 July 1971, when they amalgamated with the 3rd Carabiniers, forming the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards.


Price code G

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in Red Boxes. Cast in quality white metal, hand painted gloss enamels. Available as unpainted casting, kit with colour photo.



Do you need Paint? follow this link 

Available as an extra touch to your figure, 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.