3 Piece Set
1914 Christmas Truce Soccer Game in No Man's Land.
"Move Up" - 1916-17 British Infantry Officer Kneeling and Infantry Man Preparing to Spring Up
2 Piece Set
British Infantry Wounded with Cigarette & German Prisoner with A Light
Using the outdated means of communication a bugler of the Cuirassiers blows the charge command to his fellow troopers.
Limited Edition of 300
No one is sure how the nickname for American soldiers during World War I began .The origins of the term are unclear, but appear to date back to the Mexican-American War (1846-1848). Another theory claims that it began during the Civil War due to the dumpling shaped buttons worn by Union soldiers. Initially the term only referred to the infantry, however during World War I it was expanded to cover all American forces in France.
The model depicts stretcher bearers removing a wounded infantryman from the battle front.
Limited Edition of 400 sets.
3 Piece Set.
A subject not often discussed in First World War life.
W Britain 1916 British Regimental Aid Post set no.4
British Troups Awaiting Treatment, Wounded Tommy Leaning Against Wall & Another Seated Figure
Limited Edition of 400
World War 1 German Infantryman throwing a stick grenade.
A rather happy looking "Tommy".
Time for a quick fag!
"Tommy" on the march
4 Piece Set
British Infantry handing out ammunition
Limited Edition of 500 sets.
German wire cutting party.
Ltd Edition of 500
5 Piece Set
Dimensions - Main Section Length 330mm Width 280mm Height 86mm Front Section Length 470mm Width 280mm Height 86mm
Dimensions - Length 330mm Width 280mm Height 86mm.
I Piece Set
Dimensions - Length 330mm Width 280mm Height 86mm
WBritain 1/30 1916 British Regimental Aid Post Set No.2 - Walking Wounded
Limited Edition of 400 sets
Limited Edition of 750
German Infantryman with gas mask about to prime grenade.
1916-17 British Infantry Exhausted. Sitting eating, one on a box.
A rather apprehensive looking figure.
W Britain The Veterans Farewell - World War 1
19th Century Veteran sending a young lad off to the 1st World War
Edith Cavell perhaps?
"A souvenir for the family back home"