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Toy Soldiers

Paul C has been into Toy Soldiers for some time now, here are some photos of his growing collection.


The first are '42mm WW1' figs from 'Irregular Miniatures' from York, UK, and they are playing 'Shambattle' a 1929 American wargame (The US version of 'Little Wars' - HG Wells from 1913) the figures are double gloss varnished figures.  They have used them to introduce children and adults to early wargames and in a scenario that was published by Phil Olley in 'The Wargames Journal'.


German infantry

British infantry

British cavalry and artillery

German Uhlans


These are 18th Century, 30mm Spencer Smith collection. They are part of Paul's 'Charles Grant - The War Game - collection'.  Part of a project to play the classic 1970's rules with big battalions (48 figs foot and 24 horse) and gloss varnished soldiers.


British 18th century cavalry

French 18th century infantry on the right and British cavalry on the left

French 18th century infantry on the left and British cavalry on the right

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