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Plate No.057 - Austro Hungarian Infantry 1809-1815 and German Regiments
Plate No.057 - Austro Hungarian Infantry 1809-1815 and German Regiments
£7.50

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Plate No.056 - Austro Hungarian Infantry 1809-1815
Plate No.056 - Austro Hungarian Infantry 1809-1815
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Plate No.055 - Russia 1812-1815 Line Infantry and Jäger Regiments
Plate No.055 - Russia 1812-1815 Line Infantry and Jäger Regiments
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Plate No.054 - Russia 1812-1815 Line Infantry
Plate No.054 - Russia 1812-1815 Line Infantry
£7.50

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Plate No.051 - France 1755-1760 Regular troops in Canada
Plate No.051 - France 1755-1760 Regular troops in Canada
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Plate No.050 - France 1755-1760 Regular troops in Canada
Plate No.050 - France 1755-1760 Regular troops in Canada
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Plate No.046-047 - Army of Napoleon I, 33rd Line Inf. 1806-07
Plate No.046-047 - Army of Napoleon I, 33rd Line Inf. 1806-07
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Plate No.043 - Amerika 1779 USA Army
Plate No.043 - Amerika 1779 USA Army
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Plate No.042 - Amerika 1779 USA Army
Plate No.042 - Amerika 1779 USA Army
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Plate No.039 - Prussia 2nd Rhenish Hussar Regiment no.9 c.1905 Rittmeister
Plate No.039 - Prussia 2nd Rhenish Hussar Regiment no.9 c.1905 Rittmeister
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Plate No.037 - Trumpeter 4th Regiment of Cuirassiers c.1812
Plate No.037 - Trumpeter 4th Regiment of Cuirassiers c.1812
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Plate No.036 - Cuirassier 5th Regiment of Cuirassiers c.1812
Plate No.036 - Cuirassier 5th Regiment of Cuirassiers c.1812
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Plate No.035 - 1st regiment of Horse 1751 Kettledrummer
Plate No.035 - 1st regiment of Horse 1751 Kettledrummer
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Plate No.034 - British Infantry 1751 Drummer Grenadier
Plate No.034 - British Infantry 1751 Drummer Grenadier
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Plate No.033 - French Infantry 1758 present at Ticonderoga
Plate No.033 - French Infantry 1758 present at Ticonderoga
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Plate No.032 - British Infantry 1758 present at Ticonderoga
Plate No.032 - British Infantry 1758 present at Ticonderoga
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Plate No.031 - Royal Marines, master of the band 1828
Plate No.031 - Royal Marines, master of the band 1828
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Plate No.030 - Royal Marines, Drum Major 1828
Plate No.030 - Royal Marines, Drum Major 1828
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Plate No.029 - French Hussars first Imperial
Plate No.029 - French Hussars first Imperial
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Plate No.025-026 - First French Imperial the first Hussar Officers 1800-1815
Plate No.025-026 - First French Imperial the first Hussar Officers 1800-1815
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Plate No.023-024 - First French Imperial the first Hussar 1800-1815
Plate No.023-024 - First French Imperial the first Hussar 1800-1815
£7.50

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Plate No.022 - Horse Artillery Imperial Guards c.1810
Plate No.022 - Horse Artillery Imperial Guards c.1810
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Plate No.021 - Horse Artillery Imperial Guards c.1810
Plate No.021 - Horse Artillery Imperial Guards c.1810
£7.50

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Plate No.019 - 15th Hussars 1826 Officer
Plate No.019 - 15th Hussars 1826 Officer
£7.50

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US Dodge Ambulance Painted in Gloss
US Dodge Ambulance Painted in Gloss
£99.40

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Steadfast Soldier

SFCC001 T.E Lawrence on his
Brough Superior Motorcycle
Painted

£78.00


SKU: STEADFAST-SFCC001

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SFCC001 T.E Lawrence on his Brough Superior Motorcycle Painted

Size 54mm

By STEADFAST SOLDIERS, Produced in Nottingham, United Kingdom

Lawrence of Arabia, T E Lawrence, an Englishman, gained fame for exploits in the Middle East and Arabia at beginning of the 20th centry. 

Lawrence had a passion for riding motorcyclies and had special mashines hand built for him by George Brough in Nottingham, England, wich were the vwery best in their day. Today enthusiasts still think of Brough as the Rolls-Royce of motorcycles, even though production cesed in 1940.

Lawrence called his motorcycles Boanerges, ann appropriate name for a high powered mashine. Boanerges is of Greak origin and means Son of Thunder.

The Brough motorcycle achived a record speed of 169 mph in 1934 and impressive 60 mpg.

It is claimed that Lawrence died following an accident on his Brough whilst trying to avoid some children on a Dorset country lane May 1935

Steadfast Soldier

SFCC001 T.E Lawrence on his Brough Superior Motorcycle Painted

£78.00


SKU: STEADFAST-SFCC001

Viewed 738 times

Shop Location: C-21-6


SFCC001 T.E Lawrence on his Brough Superior Motorcycle Painted

Size 54mm

By STEADFAST SOLDIERS, Produced in Nottingham, United Kingdom

Lawrence of Arabia, T E Lawrence, an Englishman, gained fame for exploits in the Middle East and Arabia at beginning of the 20th centry. 

Lawrence had a passion for riding motorcyclies and had special mashines hand built for him by George Brough in Nottingham, England, wich were the vwery best in their day. Today enthusiasts still think of Brough as the Rolls-Royce of motorcycles, even though production cesed in 1940.

Lawrence called his motorcycles Boanerges, ann appropriate name for a high powered mashine. Boanerges is of Greak origin and means Son of Thunder.

The Brough motorcycle achived a record speed of 169 mph in 1934 and impressive 60 mpg.

It is claimed that Lawrence died following an accident on his Brough whilst trying to avoid some children on a Dorset country lane May 1935

Steadfast Soldier

SFCC001 T.E Lawrence on his Brough Superior Motorcycle Painted

£78.00


SKU: STEADFAST-SFCC001

Viewed 738 times

Shop Location: C-21-6


SFCC001 T.E Lawrence on his Brough Superior Motorcycle Painted

Size 54mm

By STEADFAST SOLDIERS, Produced in Nottingham, United Kingdom

Lawrence of Arabia, T E Lawrence, an Englishman, gained fame for exploits in the Middle East and Arabia at beginning of the 20th centry. 

Lawrence had a passion for riding motorcyclies and had special mashines hand built for him by George Brough in Nottingham, England, wich were the vwery best in their day. Today enthusiasts still think of Brough as the Rolls-Royce of motorcycles, even though production cesed in 1940.

Lawrence called his motorcycles Boanerges, ann appropriate name for a high powered mashine. Boanerges is of Greak origin and means Son of Thunder.

The Brough motorcycle achived a record speed of 169 mph in 1934 and impressive 60 mpg.

It is claimed that Lawrence died following an accident on his Brough whilst trying to avoid some children on a Dorset country lane May 1935

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‘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. 


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