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SF49SF Sherwood Foresters 6 piece set Painted
SF49SF Sherwood Foresters 6 piece set Painted

£54.00


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Zinnfiguren Mars 30mm - Box 007 - Indian Village - Painted
Zinnfiguren Mars 30mm - Box 007 - Indian Village - Painted

£131.88


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Zinnfiguren Mars 30mm - Box 006 - Indian Village - Painted
Zinnfiguren Mars 30mm - Box 006 - Indian Village - Painted

£131.88


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Zinnfiguren Mars 30mm - Box 005 - Indian Village - Painted
Zinnfiguren Mars 30mm - Box 005 - Indian Village - Painted

£131.88


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AW01 x 4 Figures - 25mm Phoenix Miniatures - Model Soldier - Unpainted
AW01 x 4 Figures - 25mm Phoenix Miniatures - Model Soldier - Unpainted

£1.88


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30mm Gottstein - 008 - Landsknecht  LK 64-83 unpainted
30mm Gottstein - 008 - Landsknecht LK 64-83 unpainted

£43.25


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30mm Gottstein - 007 - Landsknecht  LK 36,38-47,49,50a,54-57,59,61,63 unpainted
30mm Gottstein - 007 - Landsknecht LK 36,38-47,49,50a,54-57,59,61,63 unpainted

£43.25


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30mm Gottstein - 006 - Landsknecht  LK 21,23,25, 32-34 unpainted
30mm Gottstein - 006 - Landsknecht LK 21,23,25, 32-34 unpainted

£19.50


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30mm Gottstein - 005 - Landsknecht  LK 1,2,6-9,11-13,16,20 unpainted
30mm Gottstein - 005 - Landsknecht LK 1,2,6-9,11-13,16,20 unpainted

£19.50


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30mm Gottstein - 004 - Ethiopian  GAt 1-26 unpainted
30mm Gottstein - 004 - Ethiopian GAt 1-26 unpainted

£75.30


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30mm Gottstein - 003 - Charles the Great 2/2  Mi 17-30 unpainted
30mm Gottstein - 003 - Charles the Great 2/2 Mi 17-30 unpainted

£75.30


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30mm Gottstein - 002 - Charles the Great 1/2  Mi 1-16 unpainted
30mm Gottstein - 002 - Charles the Great 1/2 Mi 1-16 unpainted

£75.30


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30mm Gottstein - 001 - Assyrian and Babylonian AS1-22 unpainted
30mm Gottstein - 001 - Assyrian and Babylonian AS1-22 unpainted

£75.30


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ToL 492 - Trumpeter French Cuirassiers Painted in matt 54mm
ToL 492 - Trumpeter French Cuirassiers Painted in matt 54mm

£59.50


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ToL 493 - British Policeman Painted in Matt Plastic base 75mm
ToL 493 - British Policeman Painted in Matt Plastic base 75mm

£57.50


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ToL 491 - Lieutenant Chasseurs d' Afrique c.1875  French Colonial Troops c 1935 Painted on wooden base
ToL 491 - Lieutenant Chasseurs d' Afrique c.1875 French Colonial Troops c 1935 Painted on wooden base

£69.50


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ToL 490 - Officer French Army Painted on wooden base
ToL 490 - Officer French Army Painted on wooden base

£29.25


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ToL 478 - Musician The French Army Napoleonic War Painted on metal base
ToL 478 - Musician The French Army Napoleonic War Painted on metal base

£49.50


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ToL 480 - Musician The French Army Napoleonic War Painted on metal base
ToL 480 - Musician The French Army Napoleonic War Painted on metal base

£49.50


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ToL 479 - Band leader The French Army Napoleonic War Painted on metal base
ToL 479 - Band leader The French Army Napoleonic War Painted on metal base

£49.50


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ToL 482 - Private The Russian Army Napoleonic War Painted on metal base
ToL 482 - Private The Russian Army Napoleonic War Painted on metal base

£29.25


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ToL 481 - Officer The Russian Army Napoleonic War Painted on metal base
ToL 481 - Officer The Russian Army Napoleonic War Painted on metal base

£29.25


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ToL 486 - Highlander Napoleonic War Painted on wooden base
ToL 486 - Highlander Napoleonic War Painted on wooden base

£29.25


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ToL 487 - British Officer Painted on plastic base
ToL 487 - British Officer Painted on plastic base

£29.25


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ToL 489 - Nicholas II, the last Russian Emperor 1894–1917 Painted on wooden base
ToL 489 - Nicholas II, the last Russian Emperor 1894–1917 Painted on wooden base

£29.25


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Tradition of London

No 28 Tradition Magazine
Crimean Issue - Reproduced

£16.00

Magazine

In stock

SKU: Mag-No-28

Viewed 2543 times

Shop Location: D-5-4


Description

No 28 Tradition Magazine Crimean Issue

Reproduced

Crimean Issue
  
Introduction A.S. Caton
Alma Despatches Letters
Balaclava Despatches Letters
Inkerman Despatches letters  Sebastopol Despatches letters

The immediate cause of the Crimean War (one might say the pretext) was a trivial argument over three sets of keys to the doors of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, a dispute between the Roman Catholic and the Greek Orthodox Churches.

The Tsar of Russia was a staunch upholder of the Greek Ortho-dox faith, while the Roman Catholic cause was cham-pioned by Louis Napoleon of France. Louise needed to consolidate his position as Emperor, and the best way to achieve these ends was a successful war.

If he could defeat the Russians his future would be assured. He would in one move prove to his people that he was a better leader than Napoleon I, and also exact vengeance for the defeats of 1812, both of which would be extremely popular with the French.

Using the obscure matter of the keys to the Holy Places as his grounds he instructed his ambassador in Constantinople  to  make  demands  upon  the  Turkish

government to allow Catholics more ready access to these shrines. This was done in the sure knowledge that any interference in the Holy Places would incur the displeasure of the Tsar, who would immediately make demands that the existing state of affairs should

remain to the favour of the Greek Orthodox worshippers who were, after all, in the majority. Once this occurred it would be a simple matter to fan the Turks inherent hostility to Russia into an outright defiance and so precipitate the war that Louis desired.

Tsar Nicholas sent two army corps to the Turkish borders. This caused alarm to the British, for if Russia occupied Turkey, the Mediterranean and the route to India and the Far East would be open to them.

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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 28 Tradition Magazine Crimean Issue - Reproduced

£16.00

Magazine

In stock

SKU: Mag-No-28

Viewed 2543 times

Shop Location: D-5-4


Description

No 28 Tradition Magazine Crimean Issue

Reproduced

Crimean Issue
  
Introduction A.S. Caton
Alma Despatches Letters
Balaclava Despatches Letters
Inkerman Despatches letters  Sebastopol Despatches letters

The immediate cause of the Crimean War (one might say the pretext) was a trivial argument over three sets of keys to the doors of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, a dispute between the Roman Catholic and the Greek Orthodox Churches.

The Tsar of Russia was a staunch upholder of the Greek Ortho-dox faith, while the Roman Catholic cause was cham-pioned by Louis Napoleon of France. Louise needed to consolidate his position as Emperor, and the best way to achieve these ends was a successful war.

If he could defeat the Russians his future would be assured. He would in one move prove to his people that he was a better leader than Napoleon I, and also exact vengeance for the defeats of 1812, both of which would be extremely popular with the French.

Using the obscure matter of the keys to the Holy Places as his grounds he instructed his ambassador in Constantinople  to  make  demands  upon  the  Turkish

government to allow Catholics more ready access to these shrines. This was done in the sure knowledge that any interference in the Holy Places would incur the displeasure of the Tsar, who would immediately make demands that the existing state of affairs should

remain to the favour of the Greek Orthodox worshippers who were, after all, in the majority. Once this occurred it would be a simple matter to fan the Turks inherent hostility to Russia into an outright defiance and so precipitate the war that Louis desired.

Tsar Nicholas sent two army corps to the Turkish borders. This caused alarm to the British, for if Russia occupied Turkey, the Mediterranean and the route to India and the Far East would be open to them.

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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 28 Tradition Magazine Crimean Issue - Reproduced

£16.00

Magazine

In stock

SKU: Mag-No-28

Viewed 2543 times

Shop Location: D-5-4


Description

No 28 Tradition Magazine Crimean Issue

Reproduced

Crimean Issue
  
Introduction A.S. Caton
Alma Despatches Letters
Balaclava Despatches Letters
Inkerman Despatches letters  Sebastopol Despatches letters

The immediate cause of the Crimean War (one might say the pretext) was a trivial argument over three sets of keys to the doors of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, a dispute between the Roman Catholic and the Greek Orthodox Churches.

The Tsar of Russia was a staunch upholder of the Greek Ortho-dox faith, while the Roman Catholic cause was cham-pioned by Louis Napoleon of France. Louise needed to consolidate his position as Emperor, and the best way to achieve these ends was a successful war.

If he could defeat the Russians his future would be assured. He would in one move prove to his people that he was a better leader than Napoleon I, and also exact vengeance for the defeats of 1812, both of which would be extremely popular with the French.

Using the obscure matter of the keys to the Holy Places as his grounds he instructed his ambassador in Constantinople  to  make  demands  upon  the  Turkish

government to allow Catholics more ready access to these shrines. This was done in the sure knowledge that any interference in the Holy Places would incur the displeasure of the Tsar, who would immediately make demands that the existing state of affairs should

remain to the favour of the Greek Orthodox worshippers who were, after all, in the majority. Once this occurred it would be a simple matter to fan the Turks inherent hostility to Russia into an outright defiance and so precipitate the war that Louis desired.

Tsar Nicholas sent two army corps to the Turkish borders. This caused alarm to the British, for if Russia occupied Turkey, the Mediterranean and the route to India and the Far East would be open to them.

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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!

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Max Postage UK £15.00 - EC £20.00 - Overseas £30.00

Tradition of London sells not only our own produced in the UK, Toy soldier and Model figures, but also those of Au Plat d' Etain CBG Mignot, Tradition Scandinavia, Steadfast Soldiers, Bravo Delta Aircraft Models, King and Country, W. Britain, William Britain Classics Collection along with books from Osprey and and our own Tradition Magazine. 

‘The Signing of the Armistice’

The Signing of the Armistice

Marking the final centenary year of the First World War, Tradition of London is proud to present
Depicting the momentous event that took place in the Forest of Compiègne on the 11 th  November 1918, the set includes all six signatories of the famous armistice that ushered in a ceasefire at the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month. 


Painted  or  Unpainted

The British Army Napoleonic War 1803-1815
In our 54mm Model Soldier Series
Painted or Unpainted Casting/Kit

 

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