Toy soldiers and wargame figures are often called zinnfiguren, soldatini in piombo, soldat de plomb or soldaditos de plomo by our European cousins. However whatever you do call them, hopefully we will have them!
Model Style Guide:
P = Parade, G = Guard, M = Marching, E = At Ease, A = At Attention, O = Order
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The shop is currently closed, we are moving from Umbria to Rugby and will be reopening in February 2016 when we hope to meet you then.
Original Britain's figures, medical corps, mule teams, 4.7 howitzers, naval field guns, Grenadier Guards, Seaforth Highlanders, Zulus, Bombay Lancers, Skinner's Horse, Bikanier Camel Corps, French Foreign Legion, Zouaves, American Civil War, West Indians, South Australian Horse, Scots Greys, Hussars, Lancers, Fusiliers, Life Guards, Imperial Yeomanry, City Imperial Volunteers, and many, many others.
|br037||Britains Life Guard||€35.00|
|br039||Britains Royal Scots Grey||€35.00|
|br040||Britains Royal Scots Grey||€15.00|
|br041||Britains Sailor Gun Team||€16.00|
Postage Stamps, Coins, Paper Money & Other Ephemera.
THOUSANDS MORE AVAILABLE + 50,000 postage stamps - email me your interests!
|md001||German WW11 - repro - Spanish Volunteer Medal, the Blue Division|
|md002||German WW11 - Barrage Baloon Badge - repro|
|md003||1941 - Trapper og Tro - repro|
|md004||German WW1, Iron Cross - repro|
|md005||German WW11 - Blockade Runner Badge - repro|
|md006||German WW11 - Luftwaffe Combat clasp - repro|
|md007||German WW11 - Minesweeper Badge - repro|
|md008||German Nazi 1932 Reich Party Day - repro|
|md009||German Nazi Badge WWII - Police Service Cross - repro|
|md010||German Nazi - Gausieger 1944 WW11 - repro|
The first examination of the illustrative evidence used by William Britain and his workforce when creating their famous range of figures some hundred year's ago in North London. Each figure and accompanying artwork, taken from original contemporary sources.
"A unique addition to the fascinating study of the original toy soldiers".
|1ST AND 3RD BRAHMANS||€5.00|
|1ST DUKE OF YORKS OWN LANCERS, 3RD SKINNER HORSE||€5.00|
|2ND KING EDWARDS OWN GURKHA RIFLES||€5.00|
|2ND QUEENS OWN SAPPERS AND MINERS||€5.00|
|3RD SAPPERS AND MINERS||€5.00|
|4TH GURKHA RIFLES||€5.00|
|5TH LIGHT INFANTRY, 6TH JAT LIGHT INFANTRY||€5.00|
|6TH GURKHA RIFLES||€5.00|
|6TH KING EDWARDS OWN CAVALRY, 8TH CAVALRY||€5.00|
Cartoline d'Epoca, postcards, prints, posters, Vanity Fair
Thousands of 25mm wargame figures made some 30 years ago, Hinchliffe, Minifigs and others. Painted and unpainted, and some 20 and 25mm figures, Suren Stadden etc.
Full listings of Tunstill's range of Soldiers' Soldiers figures produced between 1977-1986 in Lambeth, London. Several hundred figures of the Victorian full dress period. Including Foot Guards, Highlanders, Line infantry, Royal Marines, Corps and Artillery.
|ssm036-214||Home Service Helmet, unique, see blog||€75.00|
|ssm037-214||Home Service Helmet, unique, see blog||€75.00|
|ss071||Sailors at ease in gaiters||€37.50|
|ss071Ca||Royal Navy, blue over white - Count's box with Certificate of Origin, see Soldiers Soldiers - About - Identification and Valuation||€85.00|
|ss071Cb||Royal Navy, white over blue - Count's box with Certificate of Origin, see Soldiers Soldiers - About - Identification and Valuation||€85.00|
|ss072||Sailors marching in gaiters||€50.00|
The book, almost published in 1979, is now on this site. History and details of the Soldier Shop in Lambeth, London, near the Imperial War Museum. Details of figures made for the National Army Museum as well as the Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood.Chapter 1. Early Model Soldiers
75mm, about 3", lead-alloy erotic figures, made by Soldiers' Soldiers in the 1970's in their factory in London. A recently discovered collection of these amazing figures has recently been discovered and they are available in kit form, assembled and under-coated or painted. Illustrated lists only available to over 21's, the 18+ year-olds are just too young for this type of entertainment! Email to firstname.lastname@example.org