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Showing posts with label Medieval Knights. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Medieval Knights. Show all posts

Thursday, October 3, 2019

How lead soldiers are born (Istituto Luce video 1937)

The almost artistic work with which lead soldiers are born. This Instituto Luce video shows Austrian lead toy soldiers representing  medieval knights and soldiers of the great battles of the Napoleonic era.





Please use the link below to watch the video:

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Andrea Miniatures (Spain) Digital Catalog 2019 : Worlds Premier's Line of Miniatures

Andrea Miniatures (Spain) Digital Catalog 2019 contains 1/32 and 1/72 figurines representing different collection topics:


  •  The Army of Charles V 
  • The Great War, 1914-1918 
  • The World War II, 1939-1945 
  • The Napoleonic Wars 
  • The Roman Army 
  • The Golden West
  • Medieval Knight Series 
  • The Third Reich 
  • British Colonials 
  • Samurai 
  • Pirates of the Caribbean 
  • Vikings 
  • Asterix collection
  • Pin ups and many others including accessories.. 







Please use the link below to download the pdf catalog (200 pages):

Friday, August 23, 2019

King and Country's: In Days of Old

King and Country's: In Days of Old:


-Crusaders,
-Saracens,
-Knights of the Round Table



Please use the link below to download the pdf catalog (8 pages):

Monday, August 5, 2019

French and English knights from the Les Drapeaux de France tin soldier shop (Paris, France)

Founded in 1949 in the Palais-Royal Gardens of Paris, Les Drapeaux de France have been producing for almost 70 years small-scale figures and tin soldiers in keeping with tradition. With more than 30'000 items available, this shop can offer one of the largest collection of tin soldiers and small-scale figures in the the world.
Today I am presenting some nice photos of French and English knights (The Hundred Years’s War) that I found in the shop.



Monday, July 22, 2019

Sunjade crusaders at Bective Abbey

Bective Abbey is set in beautiful countryside beside a lovely old bridge over the River Boyne. It was founded in 1147 by the King of Meath and was the second Cistercian abbey built in Ireland after Mellifont Abbey. It was so important that Hugh de Lacy, the most powerful Norman knight who built the nearby Trim Castle was buried here in 1195.






Sunday, July 14, 2019

Crusaders made their way to the Holy Land ...

Crusaders made their way to the Holy Land ... Plastic knights produced by Timpo, Lone Star, Biplant, Netechnolog and Crescent.



Thursday, July 11, 2019