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782 Toy Soldier Set - Joachim-Napoleon Murat Mounted in Polish uniform Unpainted, Kit
782 Toy Soldier Set - Joachim-Napoleon Murat Mounted in Polish uniform Unpainted, Kit

£19.95


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B08 - Young Winston Churchill Omdurman 1898 - Unpainted
B08 - Young Winston Churchill Omdurman 1898 - Unpainted

£37.50


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R08 - Gentleman standing reading, book, breeches - Unpainted
R08 - Gentleman standing reading, book, breeches - Unpainted

£19.50


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A22 - Bound Girl - Unpainted
A22 - Bound Girl - Unpainted

£19.50


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A21 - African Emissary - Unpainted
A21 - African Emissary - Unpainted

£19.50


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A20 - Reclining Girl, designed to the step of Figure A20 - Unpainted
A20 - Reclining Girl, designed to the step of Figure A20 - Unpainted

£19.50


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A19 - Khaan, seated on throne - Unpainted
A19 - Khaan, seated on throne - Unpainted

£57.50


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A18 - Seated Faerene - Unpainted
A18 - Seated Faerene - Unpainted

£19.50


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A17 - Standing Atlene - Unpainted
A17 - Standing Atlene - Unpainted

£19.50


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A16 - Seated Bolg - Unpainted
A16 - Seated Bolg - Unpainted

£19.50


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A15 - Standing Bolg - Unpainted
A15 - Standing Bolg - Unpainted

£19.50


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A14 - Dancing Girl - Unpainted
A14 - Dancing Girl - Unpainted

£19.50


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A13 - Satyr and Maiden with Lyre Complete set - Unpainted
A13 - Satyr and Maiden with Lyre Complete set - Unpainted

£33.50


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A12 - Girl Playing Pipes - Unpainted
A12 - Girl Playing Pipes - Unpainted

£19.50


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A11 - Queen Kharine with two Hounds Complete set - Unpainted
A11 - Queen Kharine with two Hounds Complete set - Unpainted

£33.50


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A10 - Throat Axman v. Atlantean Guard Complete set - Unpainted
A10 - Throat Axman v. Atlantean Guard Complete set - Unpainted

£33.50


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A09 - Reclining Leopard - Unpainted
A09 - Reclining Leopard - Unpainted

£19.50


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A08 - Handmaiden applying Lotion - Unpainted
A08 - Handmaiden applying Lotion - Unpainted

£19.50


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A07 - Satyr playing Pipe - Unpainted
A07 - Satyr playing Pipe - Unpainted

£19.50


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A06 - Handmaiden with Mirror - Unpainted
A06 - Handmaiden with Mirror - Unpainted

£19.50


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A05 - Princess Philendra with chair - Unpainted
A05 - Princess Philendra with chair - Unpainted

£29.50


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A04 - Crouching Captive Thorean - Unpainted
A04 - Crouching Captive Thorean - Unpainted

£19.50


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A03 - Female Court Guard - Unpainted
A03 - Female Court Guard - Unpainted

£19.50


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A02 - Princess Myrah with Leopard Complete set - Unpainted
A02 - Princess Myrah with Leopard Complete set - Unpainted

£33.50


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R10 - Gentleman seated playing cards, only figure - Unpainted
R10 - Gentleman seated playing cards, only figure - Unpainted

£19.50


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Tradition of London

Trad 1 Toy Soldiers Set Types
of the Indian Army Painted

£105.95

Painted in Gloss


SKU: Toy-set-A-Trad-1

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Shop Location: C-18-5


Description

Trad 1 Toy Soldiers Set Types of the Indian Army

Cavalry Regiments

1st Bengal Lancers 1901, Governor's Body Guard bengal 1912, Corps of Guide Cavalry 1900, 7th Bengal Lancers 1901, 1st Duke of Connaught's and Bengal Own Bombay Lancers

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.

54mm Indian Army c.1900

Price code A

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in Red Boxes. Cast in quality white metal, hand painted gloss enamels

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in Red Boxes. Cast in quality white metal, hand painted gloss enamels.

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

Trad 1 Toy Soldiers Set Types of the Indian Army Painted

£105.95

Painted in Gloss


SKU: Toy-set-A-Trad-1

Viewed 9623 times

Shop Location: C-18-5


Description

Trad 1 Toy Soldiers Set Types of the Indian Army

Cavalry Regiments

1st Bengal Lancers 1901, Governor's Body Guard bengal 1912, Corps of Guide Cavalry 1900, 7th Bengal Lancers 1901, 1st Duke of Connaught's and Bengal Own Bombay Lancers

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.

54mm Indian Army c.1900

Price code A

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in Red Boxes. Cast in quality white metal, hand painted gloss enamels

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in Red Boxes. Cast in quality white metal, hand painted gloss enamels.

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

Trad 1 Toy Soldiers Set Types of the Indian Army Painted

£105.95

Painted in Gloss


SKU: Toy-set-A-Trad-1

Viewed 9623 times

Shop Location: C-18-5


Description

Trad 1 Toy Soldiers Set Types of the Indian Army

Cavalry Regiments

1st Bengal Lancers 1901, Governor's Body Guard bengal 1912, Corps of Guide Cavalry 1900, 7th Bengal Lancers 1901, 1st Duke of Connaught's and Bengal Own Bombay Lancers

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.

54mm Indian Army c.1900

Price code A

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in Red Boxes. Cast in quality white metal, hand painted gloss enamels

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in Red Boxes. Cast in quality white metal, hand painted gloss enamels.

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.

 

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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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