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Del Prado 049 Corporal Mil. Police 9th Air Force U.S.A. 1944 Painted
Del Prado 049 Corporal Mil. Police 9th Air Force U.S.A. 1944 Painted
£15.95

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Del Prado 038 Signals rating RCN - Canada 1943 Painted
Del Prado 038 Signals rating RCN - Canada 1943 Painted
£15.95

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Toy Soldier Collector Magazine Issue 82 The Story of Boudicca twilight of the Celts
Toy Soldier Collector Magazine Issue 82 The Story of Boudicca twilight of the Celts
£4.75

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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 2018 Volume 42 Number 1 STEAMPUNK DIMESTORE
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 2018 Volume 42 Number 1 STEAMPUNK DIMESTORE
£7.50

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Del Prado 046 Black Watch UK 1914 Painted
Del Prado 046 Black Watch UK 1914 Painted
£15.95

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Del Prado 044 Lance-Corporal RMP - UK 1951 Painted
Del Prado 044 Lance-Corporal RMP - UK 1951 Painted
£15.95

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Del Prado 041 Female Sniper Red Army US.S.R 1943 Painted
Del Prado 041 Female Sniper Red Army US.S.R 1943 Painted
£15.95

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NF6405 Trumpeter 1804-1815 Painted
NF6405 Trumpeter 1804-1815 Painted
£105.00

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NF6401 Colonel 1804-1815 Painted
NF6401 Colonel 1804-1815 Painted
£97.50

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NF6106-15 Trooper 1810-1812 Painted
NF6106-15 Trooper 1810-1812 Painted
£97.50

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NF6105-12 Trumpeter 1810-1812 Painted
NF6105-12 Trumpeter 1810-1812 Painted
£105.00

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NF6100 Colonel 1810-1812 Painted
NF6100 Colonel 1810-1812 Painted
£97.50

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NF6006-01 Trooper 1 Regiment  1810-1812 Painted
NF6006-01 Trooper 1 Regiment 1810-1812 Painted
£97.50

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NF6005-01 Trumpeter 1 Regiment  1810-1812 Painted
NF6005-01 Trumpeter 1 Regiment 1810-1812 Painted
£97.50

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NF6001-01 Captain 1 Regiment  1810-1812 Painted
NF6001-01 Captain 1 Regiment 1810-1812 Painted
£97.50

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NF6000-01 Colonel 1 Regiment  1810-1812 Painted
NF6000-01 Colonel 1 Regiment 1810-1812 Painted
£97.50

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NF5005 Trumpeter of Chasseurs a Cheval of Old Guard in full parade uniform year 1806-1812 Painted
NF5005 Trumpeter of Chasseurs a Cheval of Old Guard in full parade uniform year 1806-1812 Painted
£105.00

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 012 - Charles XI, mounted, king of Sweden 1672-1697 Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 012 - Charles XI, mounted, king of Sweden 1672-1697 Military Miniature - Unpainted
£37.50

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 014 - Christina, mounted, Queen of Sweden 1644-1654 Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 014 - Christina, mounted, Queen of Sweden 1644-1654 Military Miniature - Unpainted
£37.50

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 011 - Gustavus II Adolphus, mounted, King of Sweden 1611-1632 Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 011 - Gustavus II Adolphus, mounted, King of Sweden 1611-1632 Military Miniature - Unpainted
£37.50

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 010 - Charles IX, mounted, King of Sweden 1604-1611 Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 010 - Charles IX, mounted, King of Sweden 1604-1611 Military Miniature - Unpainted
£37.50

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 009 - Gustavus Vasa, mounted, King of Sweden 1523- 1560 Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 009 - Gustavus Vasa, mounted, King of Sweden 1523- 1560 Military Miniature - Unpainted
£37.50

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 013 - Queen Elisabeth II, Mounted Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 013 - Queen Elisabeth II, Mounted Military Miniature - Unpainted
£37.50

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ToL 055 – French Grenadier Imperial Garde 1812 – Size 110mm Unpainted
ToL 055 – French Grenadier Imperial Garde 1812 – Size 110mm Unpainted
£44.45

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54mm Holger Eriksson - 006 - Gustav V 1907-1950 Military Miniature - Unpainted
54mm Holger Eriksson - 006 - Gustav V 1907-1950 Military Miniature - Unpainted
£37.50

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Tradition of London

Sqn80 040 Japanese Ninja Kit

£25.45


SKU: 80F-Sqn-040-K


Description

 

Sqn80 040 Japanese Ninja Kit

80mm Models

A ninja or shinobi, "to sneak" was a covert agent or mercenary in feudal Japan.

All the figures are made from white metal and are available as unpainted kit, castings all with painting instructions and colour photo. They can also be supplied fully hand painted in matt.


The functions of the ninja included espionage, sabotage, infiltration, assassination and guerrilla warfare. Their covert methods of waging irregular warfare were deemed dishonorable and beneath the samurai-caste, who observed strict rules about honor and combat.

The shinobi proper, a specially trained group of spies and mercenaries, appeared in the 15th century during the Sengoku period but antecedents may have existed in the 14th century, and possibly in the 12th century Heian or early Kamakura era.

In the unrest of the Sengoku period 15th–17th centuries, mercenaries and spies for hire became active in the Iga Province and the adjacent area around the village of Kōga, and it is from the area's clans that much of our knowledge of the ninja is drawn.

Following the unification of Japan under the Tokugawa shogunate 17th century, the ninja faded into obscurity. A number of shinobi manuals, often based on Chinese military philosophy, were written in the 17th and 18th centuries, most notably the Bansenshukai 1676.

By the time of the Meiji Restoration 1868, the tradition of the shinobi had become a topic of popular imagination and mystery in Japan.

Ninja figured prominently in legend and folklore, where they were associated with legendary abilities such as invisibility, walking on water and control over the natural elements. As a consequence, their perception in popular culture is often based more on such legend and folklore than on the historically accurate spies of the Sengoku period.


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.

Tradition of London

Sqn80 040 Japanese Ninja Kit

£25.45


SKU: 80F-Sqn-040-K


Description

 

Sqn80 040 Japanese Ninja Kit

80mm Models

A ninja or shinobi, "to sneak" was a covert agent or mercenary in feudal Japan.

All the figures are made from white metal and are available as unpainted kit, castings all with painting instructions and colour photo. They can also be supplied fully hand painted in matt.


The functions of the ninja included espionage, sabotage, infiltration, assassination and guerrilla warfare. Their covert methods of waging irregular warfare were deemed dishonorable and beneath the samurai-caste, who observed strict rules about honor and combat.

The shinobi proper, a specially trained group of spies and mercenaries, appeared in the 15th century during the Sengoku period but antecedents may have existed in the 14th century, and possibly in the 12th century Heian or early Kamakura era.

In the unrest of the Sengoku period 15th–17th centuries, mercenaries and spies for hire became active in the Iga Province and the adjacent area around the village of Kōga, and it is from the area's clans that much of our knowledge of the ninja is drawn.

Following the unification of Japan under the Tokugawa shogunate 17th century, the ninja faded into obscurity. A number of shinobi manuals, often based on Chinese military philosophy, were written in the 17th and 18th centuries, most notably the Bansenshukai 1676.

By the time of the Meiji Restoration 1868, the tradition of the shinobi had become a topic of popular imagination and mystery in Japan.

Ninja figured prominently in legend and folklore, where they were associated with legendary abilities such as invisibility, walking on water and control over the natural elements. As a consequence, their perception in popular culture is often based more on such legend and folklore than on the historically accurate spies of the Sengoku period.


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.

Tradition of London

Sqn80 040 Japanese Ninja Kit

£25.45


SKU: 80F-Sqn-040-K

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Description

 

Sqn80 040 Japanese Ninja Kit

80mm Models

A ninja or shinobi, "to sneak" was a covert agent or mercenary in feudal Japan.

All the figures are made from white metal and are available as unpainted kit, castings all with painting instructions and colour photo. They can also be supplied fully hand painted in matt.


The functions of the ninja included espionage, sabotage, infiltration, assassination and guerrilla warfare. Their covert methods of waging irregular warfare were deemed dishonorable and beneath the samurai-caste, who observed strict rules about honor and combat.

The shinobi proper, a specially trained group of spies and mercenaries, appeared in the 15th century during the Sengoku period but antecedents may have existed in the 14th century, and possibly in the 12th century Heian or early Kamakura era.

In the unrest of the Sengoku period 15th–17th centuries, mercenaries and spies for hire became active in the Iga Province and the adjacent area around the village of Kōga, and it is from the area's clans that much of our knowledge of the ninja is drawn.

Following the unification of Japan under the Tokugawa shogunate 17th century, the ninja faded into obscurity. A number of shinobi manuals, often based on Chinese military philosophy, were written in the 17th and 18th centuries, most notably the Bansenshukai 1676.

By the time of the Meiji Restoration 1868, the tradition of the shinobi had become a topic of popular imagination and mystery in Japan.

Ninja figured prominently in legend and folklore, where they were associated with legendary abilities such as invisibility, walking on water and control over the natural elements. As a consequence, their perception in popular culture is often based more on such legend and folklore than on the historically accurate spies of the Sengoku period.


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.