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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1990 Volume 14 Number 3 - Tough to Find Lineol
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1990 Volume 14 Number 3 - Tough to Find Lineol

£12.50


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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1990 Volume 14 Number 4 - Toy Castles
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1990 Volume 14 Number 4 - Toy Castles

£12.50


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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1990 Volume 14 Number 2 - Metal-Art Miniatures
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1990 Volume 14 Number 2 - Metal-Art Miniatures

£12.50


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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1990 Volume 14 Number 1 - Selwyn Miniatures Knights
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1990 Volume 14 Number 1 - Selwyn Miniatures Knights

£12.50


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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1994 Volume 18 Number 5 - Elastolin´s Napoleonics
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1994 Volume 18 Number 5 - Elastolin´s Napoleonics

£12.50


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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1994 Volume 18 Number 3 - Spot the Planes
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1994 Volume 18 Number 3 - Spot the Planes

£12.50


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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1994 Volume 18 Number 4 - Back to the Factory
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1994 Volume 18 Number 4 - Back to the Factory

£12.50


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Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1980 Volume 4 Number 3 - Lineol Lionel Motorcycles
Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1980 Volume 4 Number 3 - Lineol Lionel Motorcycles

£20.00


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Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1980 Volume 4 Number 2 - Filling in the Line
Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1980 Volume 4 Number 2 - Filling in the Line

£20.00


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Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1980 Volume 4 Number 1 Britains Ltd. Scouts
Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1980 Volume 4 Number 1 Britains Ltd. Scouts

£20.00


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Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1984 Volume 8 Number 5 - Built - Rite Toys
Old Toy Soldier Newsletter 1984 Volume 8 Number 5 - Built - Rite Toys

£20.00


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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1989 Volume 13 Number 1 - Britains Sentries
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1989 Volume 13 Number 1 - Britains Sentries

£12.50


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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1989 Volume 13 Number 2 - Dimestore Variations first in a series
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1989 Volume 13 Number 2 - Dimestore Variations first in a series

£12.50


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Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1989 Volume 13 Number 6 - Britains Footballers
Old Toy Soldier Magazine 1989 Volume 13 Number 6 - Britains Footballers

£12.50


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0835 Toy Soldier Set Privates Marching - Turkish Infantry Regiment Painted
0835 Toy Soldier Set Privates Marching - Turkish Infantry Regiment Painted

£105.95


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0835-1 Toy Kit, Private Marching - Turkish Infantry Kit
0835-1 Toy Kit, Private Marching - Turkish Infantry Kit

£10.95


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0836-1 Toy Kit, Private Marching - 1st Carabinier Regiment Kit
0836-1 Toy Kit, Private Marching - 1st Carabinier Regiment Kit

£10.95


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0836 Toy Soldier Set Belgian Infantry Marching - 1st Carabinier Regiment Painted
0836 Toy Soldier Set Belgian Infantry Marching - 1st Carabinier Regiment Painted

£105.95


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Del Prado 140 Burgundian man-at-arms, 1470s Painted
Del Prado 140 Burgundian man-at-arms, 1470s Painted

£29.95


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Del Prado 139 Attila the Hun. Eastern Europe, c. 450 Painted
Del Prado 139 Attila the Hun. Eastern Europe, c. 450 Painted

£29.95


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Del Prado 137 German Ottonian Cavalryman, c. 950 Painted
Del Prado 137 German Ottonian Cavalryman, c. 950 Painted

£29.95


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Del Prado 138 Lombard Cavalryman, 11th century Painted
Del Prado 138 Lombard Cavalryman, 11th century Painted

£29.95


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Del Prado 136 Cavalry Officer, Numidia, 100BC Painted
Del Prado 136 Cavalry Officer, Numidia, 100BC Painted

£29.95


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Del Prado 134 El Gran Capitán, 1503 Painted
Del Prado 134 El Gran Capitán, 1503 Painted

£29.95


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Del Prado 132 - Pictish Chieftan, 8th-9th century Painted
Del Prado 132 - Pictish Chieftan, 8th-9th century Painted

£29.95


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CBG Mignot

0824 CBG Mignot - Napoleon's
Coronation Coach

£1106.50

Painted in Gloss


SKU: CBG-0824

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CBG Mignot 0824 Napoleon's Coronation Coach

Napoleonic Range - Le Carrosse du Sacre de Napoleon 1er - 4eme Decembre 1804 - Napoleon's Coronation Coach - Pre-War Issue

Cette Pièce de collection en plomb et peinte à la main est composé de 8 chevaux et 8 personnages. Elle est livrée en présentation luxe avec décor et écrin rouge CBG

 
Comprising: 8 x Horse Team, 1 x Mtd Driver Imperial Livery, 2 x Walking Footmen Imperial Livery, 4 x Wheeled Coronaton Coach, Napoleon, Josephine, 1 x Seated Coach Driver and 2 x rear mounted Postillions.

Napoleon I was crowned Emperor of the French on a cold December 2nd in 1804. Napoleon planed his coronation with as great a care as he did his wars. The task of organizing the coronation was given to L. Ph. de Ségur, the Grand master of Ceremonies, and A. L. de Rémusat, then First Chamberlain. The architects Percier and Fontaine took care of the temporary decorations and Jean Baptiste Isabey (1767-1855) designed the costumes.

It was in March of 1804 that the senate offered First Consul Bonaparte the title of emperor. The French Senate voted a law on May 18, 1804 whose first article reads: "The government of the Republic is vested in an Emperor, who takes the title of Emperor of the French."

The pomp of the Coronation day began when a dozen processions of deputations from the cities of France, the Army and Navy, the legislative assemblies, the judiciary, the administrative corps, the Legion of Honor, the Institute, and chambers of commerce left different points to converge on Notre-Dame cathedral. Then at 9 a.m. the Papal procession set out from the Pavilion de Flore at Tuileries.

Pope Pius VII, the cardinals, and grand officers of the Curia rode to the coronation in gaily decorated coaches pulled by horses of great beauty. The Papal procession was led by a bishop on a mule bearing aloft the Papal crucifix. Next the imperial cavalcade left Tuileries. Marshal Murat, the governor of Paris led the procession.

Next came specially distinguished regiments of the Army. Followed by the leading officers of the government in carriages drawn by six horses. Then came a carriage for the Bonaparte brothers and sisters.

Last of all was Napoleon's royal coach ornamented with gold and emblazoned with a capital N, drawn by eight horses, and bearing the Emperor dressed in purple velvet embroidered with gems and gold. With him was Josephine robed in silk and sparkling gems. "Her face so well made up that," though forty-one, "she looked like four-and-twenty." The procession passed papier-mâché eagles lining the Champs-Elysées. It took an hour for all the carriages to reach the cathedral.


  

C.B.G. MIGNOT was founded in 1785, in Paris. C.B.G. MIGNOT have continued for more than two hundred years, the great tradition of the tin soldiers. Each and every one of our figurines are always run, assembled and hand-painted by the expert craftsmen of C.B.G. MIGNOT, according to the age-old skills and practices, passed down through the centuries.

Tradition of London is happy to let you know that we stock Au Plat d' Etain CBG Mignot

CBG Mignot

0824 CBG Mignot - Napoleon's Coronation Coach

£1106.50

Painted in Gloss


SKU: CBG-0824

Viewed 6436 times


Description

CBG Mignot 0824 Napoleon's Coronation Coach

Napoleonic Range - Le Carrosse du Sacre de Napoleon 1er - 4eme Decembre 1804 - Napoleon's Coronation Coach - Pre-War Issue

Cette Pièce de collection en plomb et peinte à la main est composé de 8 chevaux et 8 personnages. Elle est livrée en présentation luxe avec décor et écrin rouge CBG

 
Comprising: 8 x Horse Team, 1 x Mtd Driver Imperial Livery, 2 x Walking Footmen Imperial Livery, 4 x Wheeled Coronaton Coach, Napoleon, Josephine, 1 x Seated Coach Driver and 2 x rear mounted Postillions.

Napoleon I was crowned Emperor of the French on a cold December 2nd in 1804. Napoleon planed his coronation with as great a care as he did his wars. The task of organizing the coronation was given to L. Ph. de Ségur, the Grand master of Ceremonies, and A. L. de Rémusat, then First Chamberlain. The architects Percier and Fontaine took care of the temporary decorations and Jean Baptiste Isabey (1767-1855) designed the costumes.

It was in March of 1804 that the senate offered First Consul Bonaparte the title of emperor. The French Senate voted a law on May 18, 1804 whose first article reads: "The government of the Republic is vested in an Emperor, who takes the title of Emperor of the French."

The pomp of the Coronation day began when a dozen processions of deputations from the cities of France, the Army and Navy, the legislative assemblies, the judiciary, the administrative corps, the Legion of Honor, the Institute, and chambers of commerce left different points to converge on Notre-Dame cathedral. Then at 9 a.m. the Papal procession set out from the Pavilion de Flore at Tuileries.

Pope Pius VII, the cardinals, and grand officers of the Curia rode to the coronation in gaily decorated coaches pulled by horses of great beauty. The Papal procession was led by a bishop on a mule bearing aloft the Papal crucifix. Next the imperial cavalcade left Tuileries. Marshal Murat, the governor of Paris led the procession.

Next came specially distinguished regiments of the Army. Followed by the leading officers of the government in carriages drawn by six horses. Then came a carriage for the Bonaparte brothers and sisters.

Last of all was Napoleon's royal coach ornamented with gold and emblazoned with a capital N, drawn by eight horses, and bearing the Emperor dressed in purple velvet embroidered with gems and gold. With him was Josephine robed in silk and sparkling gems. "Her face so well made up that," though forty-one, "she looked like four-and-twenty." The procession passed papier-mâché eagles lining the Champs-Elysées. It took an hour for all the carriages to reach the cathedral.


  

C.B.G. MIGNOT was founded in 1785, in Paris. C.B.G. MIGNOT have continued for more than two hundred years, the great tradition of the tin soldiers. Each and every one of our figurines are always run, assembled and hand-painted by the expert craftsmen of C.B.G. MIGNOT, according to the age-old skills and practices, passed down through the centuries.

Tradition of London is happy to let you know that we stock Au Plat d' Etain CBG Mignot

CBG Mignot

0824 CBG Mignot - Napoleon's Coronation Coach

£1106.50

Painted in Gloss


SKU: CBG-0824

Viewed 6436 times


Description

CBG Mignot 0824 Napoleon's Coronation Coach

Napoleonic Range - Le Carrosse du Sacre de Napoleon 1er - 4eme Decembre 1804 - Napoleon's Coronation Coach - Pre-War Issue

Cette Pièce de collection en plomb et peinte à la main est composé de 8 chevaux et 8 personnages. Elle est livrée en présentation luxe avec décor et écrin rouge CBG

 
Comprising: 8 x Horse Team, 1 x Mtd Driver Imperial Livery, 2 x Walking Footmen Imperial Livery, 4 x Wheeled Coronaton Coach, Napoleon, Josephine, 1 x Seated Coach Driver and 2 x rear mounted Postillions.

Napoleon I was crowned Emperor of the French on a cold December 2nd in 1804. Napoleon planed his coronation with as great a care as he did his wars. The task of organizing the coronation was given to L. Ph. de Ségur, the Grand master of Ceremonies, and A. L. de Rémusat, then First Chamberlain. The architects Percier and Fontaine took care of the temporary decorations and Jean Baptiste Isabey (1767-1855) designed the costumes.

It was in March of 1804 that the senate offered First Consul Bonaparte the title of emperor. The French Senate voted a law on May 18, 1804 whose first article reads: "The government of the Republic is vested in an Emperor, who takes the title of Emperor of the French."

The pomp of the Coronation day began when a dozen processions of deputations from the cities of France, the Army and Navy, the legislative assemblies, the judiciary, the administrative corps, the Legion of Honor, the Institute, and chambers of commerce left different points to converge on Notre-Dame cathedral. Then at 9 a.m. the Papal procession set out from the Pavilion de Flore at Tuileries.

Pope Pius VII, the cardinals, and grand officers of the Curia rode to the coronation in gaily decorated coaches pulled by horses of great beauty. The Papal procession was led by a bishop on a mule bearing aloft the Papal crucifix. Next the imperial cavalcade left Tuileries. Marshal Murat, the governor of Paris led the procession.

Next came specially distinguished regiments of the Army. Followed by the leading officers of the government in carriages drawn by six horses. Then came a carriage for the Bonaparte brothers and sisters.

Last of all was Napoleon's royal coach ornamented with gold and emblazoned with a capital N, drawn by eight horses, and bearing the Emperor dressed in purple velvet embroidered with gems and gold. With him was Josephine robed in silk and sparkling gems. "Her face so well made up that," though forty-one, "she looked like four-and-twenty." The procession passed papier-mâché eagles lining the Champs-Elysées. It took an hour for all the carriages to reach the cathedral.


  

C.B.G. MIGNOT was founded in 1785, in Paris. C.B.G. MIGNOT have continued for more than two hundred years, the great tradition of the tin soldiers. Each and every one of our figurines are always run, assembled and hand-painted by the expert craftsmen of C.B.G. MIGNOT, according to the age-old skills and practices, passed down through the centuries.

Tradition of London is happy to let you know that we stock Au Plat d' Etain CBG Mignot

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Max Postage UK £15.00 - EC £20.00 - Overseas £30.00

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. 


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The British Army Napoleonic War 1803-1815
In our 54mm Model Soldier Series
Painted or Unpainted Casting/Kit

 

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