W. Britain
Toy Soldier Collector International|February - March 2021
A leading manufacturer since 1893, Britains needs little introduction to even the most casual of toy soldier collectors. Under the leadership of Ken Osen, the company is still going strong, expanding its existing product lines and seeking opportunities to introduce even more exciting new ranges.

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John Jenkins Designs

An iconic World War II fighter aircraft and a heavyweight from the annals of military history are among the latest new releases from John Jenkins Designs (JJD).

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Surprising Canadians

Guy Elliott looks at the largely unknown military history of his native land.

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W. Britain

A leading manufacturer since 1893, Britains needs little introduction to even the most casual of toy soldier collectors. Under the leadership of Ken Osen, the company is still going strong, expanding its existing product lines and seeking opportunities to introduce even more exciting new ranges.

2 mins read
Toy Soldier Collector International
February - March 2021

Thomas Gunn Miniatures

Reviews of new metal figures to arrive in the hobby by George Philips

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Toy Soldier Collector International
February - March 2021

The Last Sake

Eduardo Fernandez paints a large-scale bust.

8 mins read
Toy Soldier Collector International
February - March 2021

The World of Model Soldiers, Part 1

Colin Luxford takes a tour of the world in miniature, starting with Europe and Asia.

10+ mins read
Toy Soldier Collector International
February - March 2021

King & Country

Reviews of new metal figures to arrive in the hobby by George Philips.

4 mins read
Toy Soldier Collector International
February - March 2021

GNM Miniatures

Hougoumont North Gate diorama

2 mins read
Toy Soldier Collector International
February - March 2021

Dressing the Kiddies

Keith Nairn-Munro presents the second part of his study of the uniforms and history of the Scots Guards up to the Great War.

6 mins read
Toy Soldier Collector International
February - March 2021

A Family Enterprise

George Phillips speaks to Abram Simon about the past, present and future of New Zealand-based Fleurbaix Toy Soldiers.

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Toy Soldier Collector International
February - March 2021
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