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30mm Willie Spare Part 019 - Boer Rifle Kit
30mm Willie Spare Part 019 - Boer Rifle Kit
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30mm Willie Spare Part 080 - Heavy Cavalry Sword Kit
30mm Willie Spare Part 080 - Heavy Cavalry Sword Kit
£0.25

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Charles C. Stadden - Magazine 144 Pages with Figures
Charles C. Stadden - Magazine 144 Pages with Figures
£25.00

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Toy Soldier Collector Magazine Issue 84 Belle of the ball Thomas Gunn's new B17
Toy Soldier Collector Magazine Issue 84 Belle of the ball Thomas Gunn's new B17
£4.75

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Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1978 Volume 2 Number 5 Heyde
Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1978 Volume 2 Number 5 Heyde
£20.00

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Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1978 Volume 2 Number 4 Britain's Mysteries
Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1978 Volume 2 Number 4 Britain's Mysteries
£20.00

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30mm Holger Eriksson Catalogue
30mm Holger Eriksson Catalogue
£3.00

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SP042 Oil Drums - King and Country
SP042 Oil Drums - King and Country
£46.95

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WS222 Walking Wounded King and Country
WS222 Walking Wounded King and Country
£110.95

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WS144 Mounted Cossack Scout King and Country
WS144 Mounted Cossack Scout King and Country
£110.95

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WS147 Standing Cossack and Horse King and Country
WS147 Standing Cossack and Horse King and Country
£110.95

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NF1096-01 Triangle player Year 1810 Painted
NF1096-01 Triangle player Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1095-01 The "Rolling Drum" Musician Year 1810 Painted
NF1095-01 The "Rolling Drum" Musician Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1094-01 Drum Master Year 1810 Painted
NF1094-01 Drum Master Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1093-01 Bandmaster Year 1810 Painted
NF1093-01 Bandmaster Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1092-01 Musician Snare Drum year 1810 Painted
NF1092-01 Musician Snare Drum year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1091-01 Bassoon player Year 1810 Painted
NF1091-01 Bassoon player Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1090-01 Bass drum player Year 1810 Painted
NF1090-01 Bass drum player Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1088-01 Serpent player Year 1810 Painted
NF1088-01 Serpent player Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1087-01 Trumpet player Year 1810 Painted
NF1087-01 Trumpet player Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1086-01 Clarinettist Year 1810 Painted
NF1086-01 Clarinettist Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1085-01 Trombonist Year 1810 Painted
NF1085-01 Trombonist Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1080-01 Drum-Major Year 1810 Painted
NF1080-01 Drum-Major Year 1810 Painted
£49.00

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NF1083-01 Oboist Year 1810 Painted
NF1083-01 Oboist Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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NF1082-01 Flutist Year 1810 Painted
NF1082-01 Flutist Year 1810 Painted
£49.25

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Tradition of London

Sqn80 042 Musketeer New Model
Army 1645 Kit

£25.45


SKU: 80F-Sqn-042-K


Description

Sqn80 042 Musketeer New Model Army 1645 Kit

80mm Models

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 New Model Army of England was formed in 1645 by the Parliamentarians in the English Civil War, and was disbanded in 1660 after the Restoration. It differed from other armies in the series of civil wars referred to as the Wars of the Three Kingdoms in that it was intended as an army liable for service anywhere in the country (including in Scotland and Ireland), rather than being tied to a single area or garrison.

Its soldiers became full-time professionals, rather than part-time militia. To establish a professional officer corps, the army's leaders were prohibited from having seats in either the House of Lords or House of Commons. This was to encourage their separation from the political or religious factions among the Parliamentarians.

The New Model Army was raised partly from among veteran soldiers who already had deeply held Puritan religious convictions, and partly from conscripts who brought with them many commonly held beliefs about religion or society.

Many of its common soldiers therefore held Dissenting or radical views unique among English armies. Although the Army's senior officers did not share many of their soldiers' political opinions, their independence from Parliament led to the Army's willingness to contribute to the overthrow of both the Crown and Parliament's authority, and to establish a Commonwealth of England from 1649 to 1660, which included a period of direct military rule.

Ultimately, the Army's Generals (particularly Oliver Cromwell) could rely both on the Army's internal discipline and its religious zeal and innate support for the "Good Old Cause" to maintain an essentially dictatorial rule.


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 042 Musketeer New Model Army 1645 Kit

£25.45


SKU: 80F-Sqn-042-K


Description

Sqn80 042 Musketeer New Model Army 1645 Kit

80mm Models

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 New Model Army of England was formed in 1645 by the Parliamentarians in the English Civil War, and was disbanded in 1660 after the Restoration. It differed from other armies in the series of civil wars referred to as the Wars of the Three Kingdoms in that it was intended as an army liable for service anywhere in the country (including in Scotland and Ireland), rather than being tied to a single area or garrison.

Its soldiers became full-time professionals, rather than part-time militia. To establish a professional officer corps, the army's leaders were prohibited from having seats in either the House of Lords or House of Commons. This was to encourage their separation from the political or religious factions among the Parliamentarians.

The New Model Army was raised partly from among veteran soldiers who already had deeply held Puritan religious convictions, and partly from conscripts who brought with them many commonly held beliefs about religion or society.

Many of its common soldiers therefore held Dissenting or radical views unique among English armies. Although the Army's senior officers did not share many of their soldiers' political opinions, their independence from Parliament led to the Army's willingness to contribute to the overthrow of both the Crown and Parliament's authority, and to establish a Commonwealth of England from 1649 to 1660, which included a period of direct military rule.

Ultimately, the Army's Generals (particularly Oliver Cromwell) could rely both on the Army's internal discipline and its religious zeal and innate support for the "Good Old Cause" to maintain an essentially dictatorial rule.


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 042 Musketeer New Model Army 1645 Kit

£25.45


SKU: 80F-Sqn-042-K

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Description

Sqn80 042 Musketeer New Model Army 1645 Kit

80mm Models

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 New Model Army of England was formed in 1645 by the Parliamentarians in the English Civil War, and was disbanded in 1660 after the Restoration. It differed from other armies in the series of civil wars referred to as the Wars of the Three Kingdoms in that it was intended as an army liable for service anywhere in the country (including in Scotland and Ireland), rather than being tied to a single area or garrison.

Its soldiers became full-time professionals, rather than part-time militia. To establish a professional officer corps, the army's leaders were prohibited from having seats in either the House of Lords or House of Commons. This was to encourage their separation from the political or religious factions among the Parliamentarians.

The New Model Army was raised partly from among veteran soldiers who already had deeply held Puritan religious convictions, and partly from conscripts who brought with them many commonly held beliefs about religion or society.

Many of its common soldiers therefore held Dissenting or radical views unique among English armies. Although the Army's senior officers did not share many of their soldiers' political opinions, their independence from Parliament led to the Army's willingness to contribute to the overthrow of both the Crown and Parliament's authority, and to establish a Commonwealth of England from 1649 to 1660, which included a period of direct military rule.

Ultimately, the Army's Generals (particularly Oliver Cromwell) could rely both on the Army's internal discipline and its religious zeal and innate support for the "Good Old Cause" to maintain an essentially dictatorial rule.


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.