Our Late Summer 2018 Print Flyer – now ready to view

Because we began as a mail order company long before there was an internet, we’ve always relied on print materials to showcase our goods. We now print a short flyer every two months or so, and our latest issue is now available for viewing in pdf format. We enclose the printed version with every order.

As stock and prices are always subject to change, we encourage you to check the website (www.toysoldierco.com) or get in touch with us (our contact info) to check prices and availability.

New: Expeditionary Force releases American Militia in Civilian Dress – 54mm plastic toy soldier set

Here’s another new set from the prolific manufacturer Expeditionary Force of Singapore. Cast in 54mm, these figures can be used for a variety of settings, including the War of 1812,  Indian Wars, the Alamo and the American Civil War.

View our entire range of Expeditionary Force figures on our website

New: Expeditionary Force Ancient Persian plastic toy soldiers – two new sets

Expeditionary Force of Singapore has released two more sets to complement their extensive range of Ancient Persians.  All sets in the series are cast in 60mm.

To view all the Persians we offer from Expeditionary Force, start on our website at Expeditionary Force plastic toy soldiers
then select from the Filter list on the left:
Era: Ancient World, subEra: Persia
As of this writing you’ll find 16 sets on offer.

 

New: Expeditionary Force 54mm plastic Napoleonics – Part II The British

Expeditionary Force makes the best plastic toy soldiers in the world. Each time they release a new range of figures, it immediately sets a new standard for sculpting, detail and realism. Now they are turning their attention to the Napoleonic Era (which also includes the Battle of New Orleans). The new sets cover infantry, cavalry and artillery units – an astonishing accomplishment. They promise to expand the range even further in the future.

All figures require simple assembly with glue. Every box comes with extra arms and weapons which allows for much customization.

We expect our first shipment by the end of July.

Our first post covered the new Expeditionary Force Napoleonic French Army (view post)

British Army

View our previous post in the series: The French

View all our Expeditionary Force figures

 

New: Expeditionary Force 54mm plastic Napoleonics – Part I The French

Expeditionary Force makes the best plastic toy soldiers in the world. Each time they release a new range of figures, it immediately sets a new standard for sculpting, detail and realism. Now they are turning their attention to the Napoleonic Era (which also includes the Battle of New Orleans). The new sets cover infantry, cavalry and artillery units – an astonishing accomplishment. They promise to expand the range even further in the future.

All figures require simple assembly with glue. Every box comes with extra arms and weapons which allows for much customization.

We expect our first shipment by the end of July.

French Army

View our second post in the series: The British

View all our Expeditionary Force figures

 

New: Paragon Scenics’ Sioux Warriors Foot and Mounted – plastic toy soldiers

Here’s Paragon Scenic’s latest addition to their range of 58mm plastic Western figures.

In stock and ready to ship!

View all Paragon Scenics figures on offer on our website

 

 

W. Britains ‘War Along the Nile’ range now in stock!

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W. Britain’s new range of metals has been a long time coming, but it’s well worth the wait. The Black Watch Highlanders are always a favorite among collectors, and these kilt-clad troops in red tunics and white sun helmets are the very essence of the Britain’s line. As a child (and to this day), I prized my “Scotties” and placed them front and center in displays and on the war game table. The current range fits in well for all the late 19th Century campaigns where the 42nd fought, including the Indian Mutiny, the Ashanti Wars (1874) and Cyprus (1878). The regiment was amalgamated into the Black Watch in 1881, they served under their new name during the Anglo Egyptian War at Tel el-Kebir, the First and second battles of El Teb in 1884, the Battles of Abu Klea and Kirbekan in 1885.

The centerpiece is the magnificent Egyptian Artillery Team with Krupp Gun. Priced at $180, this is a available in limited quantities.

 

 

Click on any image to view details or purchase on our website:

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View our entire range of Britains Metals (current production) by clicking here