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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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ToL 048 - M101 Toy Soldier
Officer, Royal Scots Greys
The 2nd Dragoons 1900 Kit

17.95


SKU: ToL-048

Shop Location: C-13-6


Description


ToL 048 - M101 Toy Soldier Officer, Royal Scots Greys The 2nd Dragoons 1900

Toy Soldiers 54mm British Army 1879-1900

The British Army during the Victorian era served through a period of great technological and social change. Queen Victoria ascended the throne in 1837, and died in 1901. Her long reign was marked by the steady expansion and consolidation of the British Empire, and industrialisation and the enactment of liberal reforms (by both Liberal and Conservative governments) within Britain.
The British Army began the period with few differences from the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars which fought at the Battle of Waterloo. There were three main periods of the Army's development during the era. From the end of the Napoleonic Wars to the mid-1850s, the Duke of Wellington and his successors attempted to maintain its organisation and tactics as they had been in 1815, with only detail changes. In 1854, the Crimean War, and the Indian Rebellion of 1857 highlighted the shortcomings of the Army, but entrenched interests prevented major reforms from taking place. From 1868 to 1881, sweeping changes were made by Liberal governments, giving it the broad structure which it retained until 1914.
On Victoria's death, the Army was still engaged in the Second Anglo-Boer War, but other than expedients adopted for that war, it was recognisably the army which would enter the First World War. The Industrial Revolution had changed its weapons, transport and equipment, and social changes such as better education had prompted changes to the terms of service and outlook of many soldiers. Nevertheless, it retained many features inherited from the Duke of Wellington's army, and since its prime function was to maintain the expanding British Empire, it differed in many ways from the conscripted armies of continental Europe.

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


Do you need Paint?

Tradition Magazine with Military History

Available Wooden Plinths and Bases


All the figures shown here are made of quality white metal, and are available in kit form or fully painted in matt.

The kits can easily assembled with epoxy resin adhesive, after first removing any seams from the castings with a small file or craft knife.

Before painting, the assembled model should be undercoated a matt finished white paint is ideal. A painting guide in included with every kit, and the figure can be painted with any of the proprietary brands of model paint, according to your preference.

ToL 048 - M101 Toy Soldier Officer, Royal Scots Greys The 2nd Dragoons 1900 Kit

17.95


SKU: ToL-048

Shop Location: C-13-6


Description


ToL 048 - M101 Toy Soldier Officer, Royal Scots Greys The 2nd Dragoons 1900

Toy Soldiers 54mm British Army 1879-1900

The British Army during the Victorian era served through a period of great technological and social change. Queen Victoria ascended the throne in 1837, and died in 1901. Her long reign was marked by the steady expansion and consolidation of the British Empire, and industrialisation and the enactment of liberal reforms (by both Liberal and Conservative governments) within Britain.
The British Army began the period with few differences from the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars which fought at the Battle of Waterloo. There were three main periods of the Army's development during the era. From the end of the Napoleonic Wars to the mid-1850s, the Duke of Wellington and his successors attempted to maintain its organisation and tactics as they had been in 1815, with only detail changes. In 1854, the Crimean War, and the Indian Rebellion of 1857 highlighted the shortcomings of the Army, but entrenched interests prevented major reforms from taking place. From 1868 to 1881, sweeping changes were made by Liberal governments, giving it the broad structure which it retained until 1914.
On Victoria's death, the Army was still engaged in the Second Anglo-Boer War, but other than expedients adopted for that war, it was recognisably the army which would enter the First World War. The Industrial Revolution had changed its weapons, transport and equipment, and social changes such as better education had prompted changes to the terms of service and outlook of many soldiers. Nevertheless, it retained many features inherited from the Duke of Wellington's army, and since its prime function was to maintain the expanding British Empire, it differed in many ways from the conscripted armies of continental Europe.

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


Do you need Paint?

Tradition Magazine with Military History

Available Wooden Plinths and Bases


All the figures shown here are made of quality white metal, and are available in kit form or fully painted in matt.

The kits can easily assembled with epoxy resin adhesive, after first removing any seams from the castings with a small file or craft knife.

Before painting, the assembled model should be undercoated a matt finished white paint is ideal. A painting guide in included with every kit, and the figure can be painted with any of the proprietary brands of model paint, according to your preference.

ToL 048 - M101 Toy Soldier Officer, Royal Scots Greys The 2nd Dragoons 1900 Kit

17.95


SKU: ToL-048

Viewed 14913 times

Shop Location: C-13-6


Description


ToL 048 - M101 Toy Soldier Officer, Royal Scots Greys The 2nd Dragoons 1900

Toy Soldiers 54mm British Army 1879-1900

The British Army during the Victorian era served through a period of great technological and social change. Queen Victoria ascended the throne in 1837, and died in 1901. Her long reign was marked by the steady expansion and consolidation of the British Empire, and industrialisation and the enactment of liberal reforms (by both Liberal and Conservative governments) within Britain.
The British Army began the period with few differences from the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars which fought at the Battle of Waterloo. There were three main periods of the Army's development during the era. From the end of the Napoleonic Wars to the mid-1850s, the Duke of Wellington and his successors attempted to maintain its organisation and tactics as they had been in 1815, with only detail changes. In 1854, the Crimean War, and the Indian Rebellion of 1857 highlighted the shortcomings of the Army, but entrenched interests prevented major reforms from taking place. From 1868 to 1881, sweeping changes were made by Liberal governments, giving it the broad structure which it retained until 1914.
On Victoria's death, the Army was still engaged in the Second Anglo-Boer War, but other than expedients adopted for that war, it was recognisably the army which would enter the First World War. The Industrial Revolution had changed its weapons, transport and equipment, and social changes such as better education had prompted changes to the terms of service and outlook of many soldiers. Nevertheless, it retained many features inherited from the Duke of Wellington's army, and since its prime function was to maintain the expanding British Empire, it differed in many ways from the conscripted armies of continental Europe.

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


Do you need Paint?

Tradition Magazine with Military History

Available Wooden Plinths and Bases


All the figures shown here are made of quality white metal, and are available in kit form or fully painted in matt.

The kits can easily assembled with epoxy resin adhesive, after first removing any seams from the castings with a small file or craft knife.

Before painting, the assembled model should be undercoated a matt finished white paint is ideal. A painting guide in included with every kit, and the figure can be painted with any of the proprietary brands of model paint, according to your preference.