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1571 CBG Mignot - The Monoplane Newport Painted
1571 CBG Mignot - The Monoplane Newport Painted

£125.25


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0119 CBG Mignot - Band Bataillon de Neufchatel
0119 CBG Mignot - Band Bataillon de Neufchatel

£163.29


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Wooden Bases/ Plinths Various sizes No.005
Wooden Bases/ Plinths Various sizes No.005

£60.00


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Wooden Bases/ Plinths Various sizes No.004
Wooden Bases/ Plinths Various sizes No.004

£60.00


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Wooden Bases/ Plinths Various sizes No.003
Wooden Bases/ Plinths Various sizes No.003

£60.00


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Wooden Bases/ Plinths Various sizes No.001
Wooden Bases/ Plinths Various sizes No.001

£60.00


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Wooden Bases/ Plinths Various sizes No.002
Wooden Bases/ Plinths Various sizes No.002

£60.00


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THOMAS GUNN NAP British 95th Rifles crouching forward
THOMAS GUNN NAP British 95th Rifles crouching forward

£29.75


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THOMAS GUNN NAP015B British 95th Rifles Bugler
THOMAS GUNN NAP015B British 95th Rifles Bugler

£29.75


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Thomas Gunn Napoleonic British NAP019A 95th Rifles Kneeling Reload With Hat MIB
Thomas Gunn Napoleonic British NAP019A 95th Rifles Kneeling Reload With Hat MIB

£29.75


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ToL 476 - Russian Cossack War 54mm Painted
ToL 476 - Russian Cossack War 54mm Painted

£29.25


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ToL 475 - Trumpeter The French Army Napoleonic War 54mm Painted
ToL 475 - Trumpeter The French Army Napoleonic War 54mm Painted

£29.25


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ToL 474 – Chelsea Pensioner – Size 50mm Painted
ToL 474 – Chelsea Pensioner – Size 50mm Painted

£29.25


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Series 77 - 2-2 Trooper French Hussars 1794-1815 - Unpainted
Series 77 - 2-2 Trooper French Hussars 1794-1815 - Unpainted

£14.75


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Barton Miniatures - K13 Aramis 1641 - 90mm Painted
Barton Miniatures - K13 Aramis 1641 - 90mm Painted

£79.50


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Barton Miniatures - K03 Prince of-Wales Volunteer - 90mm Painted
Barton Miniatures - K03 Prince of-Wales Volunteer - 90mm Painted

£79.50


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Series 77 - Code unsure - Unpainted
Series 77 - Code unsure - Unpainted

£14.75


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Series 77 - 8-7 Officer Royal Canadian Artillery - Painted in Matt
Series 77 - 8-7 Officer Royal Canadian Artillery - Painted in Matt

£49.25


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Series 77 - 1-6 Officer Line Infantry French Infantry 1804-1815 - Unpainted
Series 77 - 1-6 Officer Line Infantry French Infantry 1804-1815 - Unpainted

£14.75


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Series 77 - 5-4  Officer Rifle Regiment British Line Infantry 1815 - Unpainted
Series 77 - 5-4 Officer Rifle Regiment British Line Infantry 1815 - Unpainted

£14.75


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Series 77 - 14-7-2 Officer 5th Cuirassiers - Painted in Matt
Series 77 - 14-7-2 Officer 5th Cuirassiers - Painted in Matt

£49.25


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Series 77 - 14-7-1 Officer Line Kürassier Regiment Undress Uniform - Painted in Matt
Series 77 - 14-7-1 Officer Line Kürassier Regiment Undress Uniform - Painted in Matt

£49.25


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Series 77 - 16-1 Officer Native Cavalry - Painted in Matt
Series 77 - 16-1 Officer Native Cavalry - Painted in Matt

£49.25


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Series 77 - 12-5 Prussian Fusilier 1776 1776 - Unpainted
Series 77 - 12-5 Prussian Fusilier 1776 1776 - Unpainted

£14.75


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Series 77 - 14-5 Trooper Garde Kürassier Regiment Parade Dress - Unpainted
Series 77 - 14-5 Trooper Garde Kürassier Regiment Parade Dress - Unpainted

£14.75


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Tradition of London

30mm Holger Eriksson Catalogue
- Order Paper or PDF further
down right!

£3.00

Catalogue

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30mm Holger Eriksson Catalogue - Order Paper or PDF further down right!

Catalogue 18 pages, with more than 120 different figures, all figures shown with colour photo

Catalogue 30mm Eriksson Catalogue as PDF!

Updated 2019 10 24

All the figures shown here are made of quality white metal, and are available as kit/ castings.

Holger Eriksson 30mm - Catalogue 18 pages with more than 126 different figures.

All figures shown with photo

Holger Eriksson cast his first miniature figure in 1934, an event that became the start of a unique artistic career. The figure was produced entirely by him, from sketch to modelling, mould, casting and cleaning to painting.

Holger Eriksson was born in 1899, in the village of Bolhyttan, Sweden.

He had had an interest in military tin figures ever since he was a young boy. But it wasn’t playing with tin-soldiers that fascinated him; it was rather the small sized sculpturing. Already in his childhood and youth he drew horses, in motion or resting, with or without riders.

The riders were mostly soldiers and they naturally had as correct a uniform as possible. An interest in uniforms, and later regimental history, was awakened. National service in the garrison town of Boden, where most of the army’s arms were represented, gave rich opportunities for detailed studies.

Charles X, Charles XII, Gustavus Adolphus, Oscar II, Napoleon, mounted Vikings and cavalrymen from different periods are part of his production 1935-38. In 1936, Holger Eriksson participated in a miniature figure exhibition in London with a “Scots Greys, 1815” and was awarded second prize. During the following years he had a lively exchange with British collectors, which is why a large part of his early production is in Britain.

After 1957 Holger Eriksson kept his originals himself and only made castings for interested collectors and museums.

The Master laid his tools to rest on the 1st of October, 1988, at the age of 88

Tradition of London

30mm Holger Eriksson Catalogue - Order Paper or PDF further down right!

£3.00

Catalogue

In stock

SKU: 30mm-Holger-Eriksson-Catalogue

Viewed 1574 times

Shop Location: A-27-1


Description

30mm Holger Eriksson Catalogue - Order Paper or PDF further down right!

Catalogue 18 pages, with more than 120 different figures, all figures shown with colour photo

Catalogue 30mm Eriksson Catalogue as PDF!

Updated 2019 10 24

All the figures shown here are made of quality white metal, and are available as kit/ castings.

Holger Eriksson 30mm - Catalogue 18 pages with more than 126 different figures.

All figures shown with photo

Holger Eriksson cast his first miniature figure in 1934, an event that became the start of a unique artistic career. The figure was produced entirely by him, from sketch to modelling, mould, casting and cleaning to painting.

Holger Eriksson was born in 1899, in the village of Bolhyttan, Sweden.

He had had an interest in military tin figures ever since he was a young boy. But it wasn’t playing with tin-soldiers that fascinated him; it was rather the small sized sculpturing. Already in his childhood and youth he drew horses, in motion or resting, with or without riders.

The riders were mostly soldiers and they naturally had as correct a uniform as possible. An interest in uniforms, and later regimental history, was awakened. National service in the garrison town of Boden, where most of the army’s arms were represented, gave rich opportunities for detailed studies.

Charles X, Charles XII, Gustavus Adolphus, Oscar II, Napoleon, mounted Vikings and cavalrymen from different periods are part of his production 1935-38. In 1936, Holger Eriksson participated in a miniature figure exhibition in London with a “Scots Greys, 1815” and was awarded second prize. During the following years he had a lively exchange with British collectors, which is why a large part of his early production is in Britain.

After 1957 Holger Eriksson kept his originals himself and only made castings for interested collectors and museums.

The Master laid his tools to rest on the 1st of October, 1988, at the age of 88

Tradition of London

30mm Holger Eriksson Catalogue - Order Paper or PDF further down right!

£3.00

Catalogue

In stock

SKU: 30mm-Holger-Eriksson-Catalogue

Viewed 1574 times

Shop Location: A-27-1


Description

30mm Holger Eriksson Catalogue - Order Paper or PDF further down right!

Catalogue 18 pages, with more than 120 different figures, all figures shown with colour photo

Catalogue 30mm Eriksson Catalogue as PDF!

Updated 2019 10 24

All the figures shown here are made of quality white metal, and are available as kit/ castings.

Holger Eriksson 30mm - Catalogue 18 pages with more than 126 different figures.

All figures shown with photo

Holger Eriksson cast his first miniature figure in 1934, an event that became the start of a unique artistic career. The figure was produced entirely by him, from sketch to modelling, mould, casting and cleaning to painting.

Holger Eriksson was born in 1899, in the village of Bolhyttan, Sweden.

He had had an interest in military tin figures ever since he was a young boy. But it wasn’t playing with tin-soldiers that fascinated him; it was rather the small sized sculpturing. Already in his childhood and youth he drew horses, in motion or resting, with or without riders.

The riders were mostly soldiers and they naturally had as correct a uniform as possible. An interest in uniforms, and later regimental history, was awakened. National service in the garrison town of Boden, where most of the army’s arms were represented, gave rich opportunities for detailed studies.

Charles X, Charles XII, Gustavus Adolphus, Oscar II, Napoleon, mounted Vikings and cavalrymen from different periods are part of his production 1935-38. In 1936, Holger Eriksson participated in a miniature figure exhibition in London with a “Scots Greys, 1815” and was awarded second prize. During the following years he had a lively exchange with British collectors, which is why a large part of his early production is in Britain.

After 1957 Holger Eriksson kept his originals himself and only made castings for interested collectors and museums.

The Master laid his tools to rest on the 1st of October, 1988, at the age of 88

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‘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
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