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Please note – Due to increasing  prices of raw materials our prices have now increased by approximately 10% across all products.   We have tried to keep the prices the same for as long as possible, this is the first price increase in over five years. 

Please note that the last shipping dates before Christmas 2022 are, for international orders,  Monday 5th December, and for UK orders, Friday 9th December.
There is disruption in the UK at present due to continuing strikes as well as the normal Christmas rush.  Any orders after these dates will not be shipped until after 3rd January 2023.
We would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and happy New Year and thank you for your continued support.


28mm War of 1812
Available now is the first release of figures for the War of 1812.  To begin with are the core of British infantry, wearing stovepipe shako.  In addition to this is the start of the American army, beginning with infantry in 1813 uniform as well as figures wearing the roundabout coat, suitable for use as Winfield Scott's brigade who famously wore these grey roundabouts as there was insufficient blue cloth to clothe the entire army.
We have also started to provide flags for these figures, the first few are now available.

Scott's brigade 1.jpg

We also have the first flags for this new range of figures available on the web site.
Available now are riflemen for both the British and Americans.

We have been busy getting some new stuff ready with more in the pipeline.

Firstly we have a new figure, kneeling firing M-79 for the Vietnam War range of figures.

Coming soon will be some more figures for the Winter War including anti tank guns and crew, leaders and a crew firing a Lahti-L39 anti tank rifle.


We're also working on some additions to the South American Liberators range in the form of Venezuelan infantry and more cavalry for the Southern conflicts. First up a Royalist Frontier Dragoon as well as some more generic cavalry which will be useable for both sides of the conflict.


UPDATE 26/01/2021

Please note that due to brexit there may be some changes to the way items are sent outside the UK.  As such there may well be additional taxes which, hopefully, are explained more fully on the shipping page.  if any more changes come into effect we will attempt to keep you updated.

Custom charges may apply when shipping outside of the UK and Europe.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Last updated on 05/01/2021 at 18.50

Online Orders - Delivery Information

England has now entered a third national lockdown. As with the first and second lockdowns, we will do our best to continue to operate whilst observing the appropriate health and safety measures.  We are still open and shipping with slight delays

All online orders may experience slight delays and want to thank all of our customers for their patience during this challenging time.

Please note, as from 1st July 2020 Royal mail will be increasing the shipping rates to the USA, consequently our rates will increase and the shipping costs to the USA will be much higher than currently.  

The cost of sending mail to the US is to set to rise dramatically from July 1, as the combination of COVID-19 international flight restrictions and changes in US policies on postal rates for incoming mail combine to create a worrying precedent for international mail.

Royal Mail in the UK is one of a number of international mail providers affected by the circumstances, with the price of sending International standard parcels to the US increasing by 49% on average, and the price of International signed and tracked parcels sent to the US increasing by an average of 38%.

Most of Royal Mail's international mail is carried on commercial passenger flights. There has been a 95% reduction in air passenger flights globally following the outbreak of Covid-19.

According to Royal Mail, this has led to a "five-fold increase in our air freight costs to the US".

The anti tank guns for the Winter War are coming along and will soon be heading off for molds to be made.  I have got to finish a few more figures to go on the mold then they will be ready.

The wheels for the guns, along with a few other wheels, have been designed digitally then 3D printed, they seem to have come out alright.


As an update to our previous statement, we have decided that, due to the slight easing of restrictions, we will once more be able to process your orders.  

Although the orders will be processed, Please bear in mind that some restrictions are still in place and mail delivery can still take longer than usual.

Thank you for your patience

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