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SF105-106W KRUPP 12 PDR AND EGYPTIAN GUNNERS SET IN WHITE UNIFORM
SF105-106W KRUPP 12 PDR AND EGYPTIAN GUNNERS SET IN WHITE UNIFORM

£100.80


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SF61-62 QUICK FIRING 1 PDR MAXIM GUN ON FIELD CARRIAGE WITH BRITISH CREW KIT
SF61-62 QUICK FIRING 1 PDR MAXIM GUN ON FIELD CARRIAGE WITH BRITISH CREW KIT

£45.00


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SF61-62 QUICK FIRING 1 PDR MAXIM GUN ON FIELD CARRIAGE WITH BRITISH CREW
SF61-62 QUICK FIRING 1 PDR MAXIM GUN ON FIELD CARRIAGE WITH BRITISH CREW

£100.80


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SF22 MILITARY POLICE UNIT 1890 KIT
SF22 MILITARY POLICE UNIT 1890 KIT

£20.00


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SF22 MILITARY POLICE UNIT 1890
SF22 MILITARY POLICE UNIT 1890

£44.00


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SF10 ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS 1902 FULL DRESS KIT
SF10 ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS 1902 FULL DRESS KIT

£30.00


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SF10 ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS 1902 FULL DRESS
SF10 ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS 1902 FULL DRESS

£66.00


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SF62-63 QUICK FIRING 1 PDR MAXIM GUN ON FIELD CARRIAGE WITH BOER CREW KIT
SF62-63 QUICK FIRING 1 PDR MAXIM GUN ON FIELD CARRIAGE WITH BOER CREW KIT

£45.00


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SF62-63 QUICK FIRING 1 PDR MAXIM GUN ON FIELD CARRIAGE WITH BOER CREW
SF62-63 QUICK FIRING 1 PDR MAXIM GUN ON FIELD CARRIAGE WITH BOER CREW

£100.80


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SF43-44 BLACK WATCH MAXIM MACHINE GUN ON GALLOPER CARRIAGE AND CREW KIT
SF43-44 BLACK WATCH MAXIM MACHINE GUN ON GALLOPER CARRIAGE AND CREW KIT

£45.00


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SF43-44 BLACK WATCH MAXIM MACHINE GUN ON GALLOPER CARRIAGE AND CREW
SF43-44 BLACK WATCH MAXIM MACHINE GUN ON GALLOPER CARRIAGE AND CREW

£100.80


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Britains Russian Artillery Barrel
Britains Russian Artillery Barrel

£2.50


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Britains Gordon Highlander Head
Britains Gordon Highlander Head

£0.50


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Britains Indian Officer Head
Britains Indian Officer Head

£0.50


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Britains Right Arm Marching
Britains Right Arm Marching

£0.50


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Britians Indian Head
Britians Indian Head

£0.50


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Britains Rifle Holster
Britains Rifle Holster

£0.50


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Britains Beefeater Pole
Britains Beefeater Pole

£0.50


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Britains Right Arm With Rifle
Britains Right Arm With Rifle

£0.50


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Britains Standard Bearer Strap
Britains Standard Bearer Strap

£0.50


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SF75K ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY ADD ON SET
SF75K ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY ADD ON SET

£44.00


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SF75K ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY ADD ON SET KIT
SF75K ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY ADD ON SET KIT

£20.00


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SF72-74K MK IV BREECH LOADING ARTILLERY AND CREW IN KHAKI KIT
SF72-74K MK IV BREECH LOADING ARTILLERY AND CREW IN KHAKI KIT

£45.00


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SF72-74K MK IV BREECH LOADING ARTILLERY AND CREW IN KHAKI
SF72-74K MK IV BREECH LOADING ARTILLERY AND CREW IN KHAKI

£100.80


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SF75 ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY ADD ON SET KIT
SF75 ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY ADD ON SET KIT

£20.00


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Steadfast Soldier

Napoleon's Map Markers by
STEADFAST SOLDIERS

£60.00

Painted in Gloss


SKU: STEADFAST-Map-Markers

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Description

Napoleon's Map Markers by STEADFAST SOLDIERS

Including; 10 Map Markers and two Maps, Plan of Waterloo and Battle of Austerlitz and wooden plinth

With meticulous planning and audacious battle executions, Napoleon swept all before him at Lodi, Austerlitz, Marengo, Jena.... and very nearly Waterloo.

Among his biggest secret weapons was a small army of little metal "men"... figures not much bigger than the Imperial thumb... painted with the colours and uniform appointments of key Grande Armee regiments.

The were Napoleon's map markers, used to position infantry, artillery and cavalry on campaign maps. Free standing they allowed Napoleon to explore a number of attack options without casualties, than choose the one felt to be the most effective. And in the field, they also served to secure maps from wayward breezes wherever the Emperor needed them at hand, whether on campaign desk, drum head or the ground itself.

A number of years ago, it was possible to secure a unique Napoleonic artefact... a small set of Map markers reputed to have been used by the Emperor himself.

Your Map Marker figures were also models for a special set made in 1812 by goldsmith J B Odiot in commemoration of the birth of Napoleon's Son, the Duke of Reichstadt and King of Rome. The figures, with ranks and appointments marked on top of their shakos, were entirely lined with gold and finely decorated and represented the 22nd Light Infantry, a Corsican volunteer unit commanded by Napoleon in 1792.

When mounted on pins, they could be moved on a machine to imitate drill procedures. In 1821-1822, goldsmith A Grapin was commissioned to convert the set to represent an Austrian regiment. In 1862, it became the property of Napoleon III who had the figures reconverted to represent French soldiers.

The re-artwork set was given, in 1870, by the Empress Eugenie to Baron de Pierres, and has been a much-valued familey heirloom since that date.

This Napoleonic Map Markers have been crafted precisely to the specifications of the originals by R P World Models, Nottingham, England. And unlike Napoleon's own originals, they appear in colours authentic to those of Grande Armee units.

Size of each Map Marker/ Figure height Circa 35mm 
   

By STEADFAST SOLDIERS, Produced in Nottingham, United Kingdom

Steadfast Soldier

Napoleon's Map Markers by STEADFAST SOLDIERS

£60.00

Painted in Gloss


SKU: STEADFAST-Map-Markers

Viewed 10204 times

Shop Location: C-21-8
Tags: Napoleon's Map Markers by STEADFAST SOLDIERS


Description

Napoleon's Map Markers by STEADFAST SOLDIERS

Including; 10 Map Markers and two Maps, Plan of Waterloo and Battle of Austerlitz and wooden plinth

With meticulous planning and audacious battle executions, Napoleon swept all before him at Lodi, Austerlitz, Marengo, Jena.... and very nearly Waterloo.

Among his biggest secret weapons was a small army of little metal "men"... figures not much bigger than the Imperial thumb... painted with the colours and uniform appointments of key Grande Armee regiments.

The were Napoleon's map markers, used to position infantry, artillery and cavalry on campaign maps. Free standing they allowed Napoleon to explore a number of attack options without casualties, than choose the one felt to be the most effective. And in the field, they also served to secure maps from wayward breezes wherever the Emperor needed them at hand, whether on campaign desk, drum head or the ground itself.

A number of years ago, it was possible to secure a unique Napoleonic artefact... a small set of Map markers reputed to have been used by the Emperor himself.

Your Map Marker figures were also models for a special set made in 1812 by goldsmith J B Odiot in commemoration of the birth of Napoleon's Son, the Duke of Reichstadt and King of Rome. The figures, with ranks and appointments marked on top of their shakos, were entirely lined with gold and finely decorated and represented the 22nd Light Infantry, a Corsican volunteer unit commanded by Napoleon in 1792.

When mounted on pins, they could be moved on a machine to imitate drill procedures. In 1821-1822, goldsmith A Grapin was commissioned to convert the set to represent an Austrian regiment. In 1862, it became the property of Napoleon III who had the figures reconverted to represent French soldiers.

The re-artwork set was given, in 1870, by the Empress Eugenie to Baron de Pierres, and has been a much-valued familey heirloom since that date.

This Napoleonic Map Markers have been crafted precisely to the specifications of the originals by R P World Models, Nottingham, England. And unlike Napoleon's own originals, they appear in colours authentic to those of Grande Armee units.

Size of each Map Marker/ Figure height Circa 35mm 
   

By STEADFAST SOLDIERS, Produced in Nottingham, United Kingdom

Steadfast Soldier

Napoleon's Map Markers by STEADFAST SOLDIERS

£60.00

Painted in Gloss


SKU: STEADFAST-Map-Markers

Viewed 10204 times

Shop Location: C-21-8
Tags: Napoleon's Map Markers by STEADFAST SOLDIERS


Description

Napoleon's Map Markers by STEADFAST SOLDIERS

Including; 10 Map Markers and two Maps, Plan of Waterloo and Battle of Austerlitz and wooden plinth

With meticulous planning and audacious battle executions, Napoleon swept all before him at Lodi, Austerlitz, Marengo, Jena.... and very nearly Waterloo.

Among his biggest secret weapons was a small army of little metal "men"... figures not much bigger than the Imperial thumb... painted with the colours and uniform appointments of key Grande Armee regiments.

The were Napoleon's map markers, used to position infantry, artillery and cavalry on campaign maps. Free standing they allowed Napoleon to explore a number of attack options without casualties, than choose the one felt to be the most effective. And in the field, they also served to secure maps from wayward breezes wherever the Emperor needed them at hand, whether on campaign desk, drum head or the ground itself.

A number of years ago, it was possible to secure a unique Napoleonic artefact... a small set of Map markers reputed to have been used by the Emperor himself.

Your Map Marker figures were also models for a special set made in 1812 by goldsmith J B Odiot in commemoration of the birth of Napoleon's Son, the Duke of Reichstadt and King of Rome. The figures, with ranks and appointments marked on top of their shakos, were entirely lined with gold and finely decorated and represented the 22nd Light Infantry, a Corsican volunteer unit commanded by Napoleon in 1792.

When mounted on pins, they could be moved on a machine to imitate drill procedures. In 1821-1822, goldsmith A Grapin was commissioned to convert the set to represent an Austrian regiment. In 1862, it became the property of Napoleon III who had the figures reconverted to represent French soldiers.

The re-artwork set was given, in 1870, by the Empress Eugenie to Baron de Pierres, and has been a much-valued familey heirloom since that date.

This Napoleonic Map Markers have been crafted precisely to the specifications of the originals by R P World Models, Nottingham, England. And unlike Napoleon's own originals, they appear in colours authentic to those of Grande Armee units.

Size of each Map Marker/ Figure height Circa 35mm 
   

By STEADFAST SOLDIERS, Produced in Nottingham, United Kingdom

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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.