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25-M-2 World War II France Chasseurs Alpins Private 30mm SAE Madeira
25-M-2 World War II France Chasseurs Alpins Private 30mm SAE Madeira

£2.25


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25-M-1 World War II France Chasseurs Alpins Officer marching with flag 30mm SAE Madeira
25-M-1 World War II France Chasseurs Alpins Officer marching with flag 30mm SAE Madeira

£2.25


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6-MC-2 World War II US Infantry Trafic Soldier  30mm SAE Madeira
6-MC-2 World War II US Infantry Trafic Soldier 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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59-WH-2 Wild Mustang 30mm SAE Madeira
59-WH-2 Wild Mustang 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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59-WH-1 Wild Mustang 30mm SAE Madeira
59-WH-1 Wild Mustang 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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61-A-3 North American Indian Mounted in Action with Tomahawk 30mm SAE Madeira
61-A-3 North American Indian Mounted in Action with Tomahawk 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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61-A-2 North American Indian Mounted in Action with rifle 30mm SAE Madeira
61-A-2 North American Indian Mounted in Action with rifle 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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61-A-1 North American Indian Mounted in Action with spear 30mm SAE Madeira
61-A-1 North American Indian Mounted in Action with spear 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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61-BI-1 North American Indians Bison Hunt Bison 30mm SAE Madeira
61-BI-1 North American Indians Bison Hunt Bison 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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61-BI-1 North American Indian Mounted Bison Hunt 30mm SAE Madeira
61-BI-1 North American Indian Mounted Bison Hunt 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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61-S-2 North American Indian Mounted on standing horse 30mm SAE Madeira
61-S-2 North American Indian Mounted on standing horse 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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61-S-1 North American Indian Mounted on standing horse 30mm SAE Madeira
61-S-1 North American Indian Mounted on standing horse 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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12-T-4 North American Indian with Tomahawk 30mm SAE Madeira
12-T-4 North American Indian with Tomahawk 30mm SAE Madeira

£1.72


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12-T-3 North American Indian with Tomahawk 30mm SAE Madeira
12-T-3 North American Indian with Tomahawk 30mm SAE Madeira

£1.72


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12-T-2 North American Indian with Tomahawk 30mm SAE Madeira
12-T-2 North American Indian with Tomahawk 30mm SAE Madeira

£1.72


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12-T-1 North American Indian with Tomahawk 30mm SAE Madeira
12-T-1 North American Indian with Tomahawk 30mm SAE Madeira

£1.72


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59-3 Cowboys Mounted 30mm SAE Madeira
59-3 Cowboys Mounted 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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59-2 Cowboys Mounted 30mm SAE Madeira
59-2 Cowboys Mounted 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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59-1 Cowboys Mounted 30mm SAE Madeira
59-1 Cowboys Mounted 30mm SAE Madeira

£3.39


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41-5 Davy Crocket and settlers 30mm SAE Madeira
41-5 Davy Crocket and settlers 30mm SAE Madeira

£1.72


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41-4 Davy Crocket and settlers 30mm SAE Madeira
41-4 Davy Crocket and settlers 30mm SAE Madeira

£1.72


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41-3 Davy Crocket and settlers 30mm SAE Madeira
41-3 Davy Crocket and settlers 30mm SAE Madeira

£1.72


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41-2 Davy Crocket and settlers 30mm SAE Madeira
41-2 Davy Crocket and settlers 30mm SAE Madeira

£1.72


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41-1 Davy Crocket and settlers 30mm SAE Madeira
41-1 Davy Crocket and settlers 30mm SAE Madeira

£1.72


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25-SIT-6 World War II France Infantry seated for transport Private 30mm SAE Madeira
25-SIT-6 World War II France Infantry seated for transport Private 30mm SAE Madeira

£1.72


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Tradition of London

0832 Toy Soldier Set The
Belgian Army at Second Battle
of Ypres Painted

£102.00

Painted in Gloss

In stock

SKU: Toy-set-0832

Viewed 1327 times

Shop Location: C-16-5


Description

0831 Toy Soldier Set The Belgian Army at Second Battle of Ypres Painted

Belgian Army WW1, Sergeant and five Privates

Price Code A

Our soldier set of the Belgian Army during the early part of World War I and centers around the Second Battle of Ypres in the Spring of 1915.

The Kingdom of Belgium, bordered by Netherlands to the North, Germany and Luxembourg to the East, France to the South and the English Channel to the West, was founded by the Congress of Vienna in 1814 after the collapse of the Napoleonic empire.

Initially part of the Protestant Netherlands, the Catholic Belgium revolted in 1830 to create an independent kingdom. Belgium was formally recognized as a neutral power in 1839 under the Treaty of London by all the major powers, including Germany. Aware of the rising militarism in Germany, Belgium initiated compulsory military service in 1909.

By the outbreak of WWI, the Belgian Army numbered approximately 120,000 strong, but suffered a significant shortage of officers. In addition to this first line of regular troops, there were approximately 65,000 older men stationed in static fortresses.

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in the Classic Tradition Red Boxes. All Toy Soldiers cast in quality white metal, and individually hand painted in gloss enamels. 

If you can't find the toy soldiers you are looking for, send an e-mail to order@traditionoflondon.com and we will arrange for delivery! Toy Soldier Sets marked as Out of Stock have a delivery time of approximately 6 weeks.

In 1980 the Toy Soldier range painted in gloss was introduced. The Toy Soldiers were back then sculpted by David Scheinmann. Now adays the additions of Toy Soldiers are sculpted by Andrew Stadden and Art IG. The Toy Soldiers number has gropen from modest beginnings and expanded to a very extensive range of Toy Soldiers covering many popular subjects and periods of military history.

Tradition of London

0832 Toy Soldier Set The Belgian Army at Second Battle of Ypres Painted

£102.00

Painted in Gloss

In stock

SKU: Toy-set-0832

Viewed 1327 times

Shop Location: C-16-5


Description

0831 Toy Soldier Set The Belgian Army at Second Battle of Ypres Painted

Belgian Army WW1, Sergeant and five Privates

Price Code A

Our soldier set of the Belgian Army during the early part of World War I and centers around the Second Battle of Ypres in the Spring of 1915.

The Kingdom of Belgium, bordered by Netherlands to the North, Germany and Luxembourg to the East, France to the South and the English Channel to the West, was founded by the Congress of Vienna in 1814 after the collapse of the Napoleonic empire.

Initially part of the Protestant Netherlands, the Catholic Belgium revolted in 1830 to create an independent kingdom. Belgium was formally recognized as a neutral power in 1839 under the Treaty of London by all the major powers, including Germany. Aware of the rising militarism in Germany, Belgium initiated compulsory military service in 1909.

By the outbreak of WWI, the Belgian Army numbered approximately 120,000 strong, but suffered a significant shortage of officers. In addition to this first line of regular troops, there were approximately 65,000 older men stationed in static fortresses.

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in the Classic Tradition Red Boxes. All Toy Soldiers cast in quality white metal, and individually hand painted in gloss enamels. 

If you can't find the toy soldiers you are looking for, send an e-mail to order@traditionoflondon.com and we will arrange for delivery! Toy Soldier Sets marked as Out of Stock have a delivery time of approximately 6 weeks.

In 1980 the Toy Soldier range painted in gloss was introduced. The Toy Soldiers were back then sculpted by David Scheinmann. Now adays the additions of Toy Soldiers are sculpted by Andrew Stadden and Art IG. The Toy Soldiers number has gropen from modest beginnings and expanded to a very extensive range of Toy Soldiers covering many popular subjects and periods of military history.

Tradition of London

0832 Toy Soldier Set The Belgian Army at Second Battle of Ypres Painted

£102.00

Painted in Gloss

In stock

SKU: Toy-set-0832

Viewed 1327 times

Shop Location: C-16-5


Description

0831 Toy Soldier Set The Belgian Army at Second Battle of Ypres Painted

Belgian Army WW1, Sergeant and five Privates

Price Code A

Our soldier set of the Belgian Army during the early part of World War I and centers around the Second Battle of Ypres in the Spring of 1915.

The Kingdom of Belgium, bordered by Netherlands to the North, Germany and Luxembourg to the East, France to the South and the English Channel to the West, was founded by the Congress of Vienna in 1814 after the collapse of the Napoleonic empire.

Initially part of the Protestant Netherlands, the Catholic Belgium revolted in 1830 to create an independent kingdom. Belgium was formally recognized as a neutral power in 1839 under the Treaty of London by all the major powers, including Germany. Aware of the rising militarism in Germany, Belgium initiated compulsory military service in 1909.

By the outbreak of WWI, the Belgian Army numbered approximately 120,000 strong, but suffered a significant shortage of officers. In addition to this first line of regular troops, there were approximately 65,000 older men stationed in static fortresses.

All hand painted Toy Soldier sets packed in the Classic Tradition Red Boxes. All Toy Soldiers cast in quality white metal, and individually hand painted in gloss enamels. 

If you can't find the toy soldiers you are looking for, send an e-mail to order@traditionoflondon.com and we will arrange for delivery! Toy Soldier Sets marked as Out of Stock have a delivery time of approximately 6 weeks.

In 1980 the Toy Soldier range painted in gloss was introduced. The Toy Soldiers were back then sculpted by David Scheinmann. Now adays the additions of Toy Soldiers are sculpted by Andrew Stadden and Art IG. The Toy Soldiers number has gropen from modest beginnings and expanded to a very extensive range of Toy Soldiers covering many popular subjects and periods of military history.

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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. 


Painted  or  Unpainted

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

 

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