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Code Description Painted Casting
CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE  – BALACLAVA 1854.

Featuring some of the personalities and the five Regiments involved.

TB146A MAJ. GEN. THE EARL OF CARDIGAN, Commander Light Cavalry Brigade. £35 £14.50
TB146B LT. COL. GEORGE WYNELL MAYOW, Brigade Major. £35 £14.50
TB146C LIEUT. HENRY FITZHARDING BERKELEY MAXSE, A.D.C. to the Commander. £35 £14.50
TB146D CAPT. LEWIS EDWARD NOLAN, the first casualty. £35 £14.50
TB146E TRUMPETER WILLIAM BRITTAIN, Orderly Trumpeter to the Commander. £35 £14.50
TB146F CASUALTIES – 3 figures, 2 Hussars or Light Dragoons, one 17th Lancer. £100 £43
TB147A  COMMANDING OFFICER 4th LIGHT DRAGOONS – Col. Lord George Augustus Frederick. £35 £14.50
TB147B OFFICER 4th LIGHT DRAGOONS £35 £14.50
TB147C TRUMPETER 4th LIGHT DRAGOONS £35 £14.50
TB147D TROOPERS 4th LIGHT DRAGOONS – 3 figures. £100 £43
TB148A  COMMANDING OFFICER 8th HUSSARS – Lt. Col. Frederick George Shewell. £35 £14.50
TB148B OFFICER 8th HUSSARS £35 £14.50
TB148C TRUMPETER 8th HUSSARS £35 £14.50
TB148D TROOPERS 8th HUSSARS – 3 figures. £35 £14.50
TB149A  COMMANDING OFFICER 13th LIGHT DRAGOONS – Capt. John Augustus Oldham . £35 £14.50
TB149B OFFICER 13th LIGHT DRAGOONS £35 £14.50
TB149C TRUMPETER 13th LIGHT DRAGOONS £35 £14.50
TB149D TROOPERS 13th LIGHT DRAGOONS – 3 figures. £100 £43
TB150A  COMMANDING OFFICER 11th HUSSARS – Lt. Col. John Douglas. £35 £14.50
TB150B OFFICER 11th HUSSARS £35 £14.50
TB150C TRUMPETER 11th HUSSARS £35 £14.50
TB150D TROOPERS 11th HUSSARS – 3 figures. £100 £43
TB151A COMMANDING OFFICER 17th LANCERS – Capt. William Morris. £35 £14.50
TB151B OFFICER 17th LANCERS £35 £14.50
TB151C TRUMPETER 17th LANCERS £35 £14.50
TB151D TROOPERS 17th LANCERS – 3 figures. £35 £14.50
93rd SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS – ‘THE THIN RED LINE’:- BALACLAVA 1854
TB302A – Officer, Sergeant, 4 Highlanders at Ready. £90 £30
TB302B – Highlander wounded & leaning on Corporal, Highlander fallen wounded, 3 at Ready. £90 £30
TB302C QUEEN’S COLOUR £15 £5.50
TB302D REGIMENTAL COLOUR £15 £5.50
TB302E PIPE MAJOR – playing bagpipes. £15 £6
TB302F SIR COLIN CAMPBELL – Commander Highland Brigade. £35 £14.50
RUSSIAN CANNON IN ACTION – CRIMEA 1854:- Completing the Charge of the Light Brigade.
TB306A  ARTILLERY PIECE 6, 9 or 12 pounder, 5 gunners. £125 £60
TB306B OFFICER with drawn sword. £12.50 £5.50
RUSSIAN CAVALRY CRIMEA 1854
TB311A SIBERIAN LANCER REGT. No. 12 – 3 Troopers, differing arm positions – uniform with White collar patches & shoulder boards £100 £43
TB311B VOLINSKI LANCER REGT. No 6 – 3 Troopers, differing arm positions – Pale Blue collar patch & shoulder boards. £100 £43
TB312A KIEVSKI HUSSAR REGT. No.11 – 3 Troopers charging – Green overalls, collar & shoulder boards. £100 £43
TB312B INGERMANLANDSKI HUSSAR REGT. No.12 – 3 Light Blue overalls, collar & shoulder boards. £100 £43
CAUCASUS COSSACKS
TB313A COSSACKS WITH LANCE – 3 figures. £100 £43
TB313B COSSACKS WITH SWORD – 3 figures. A & B available as Volga Regt.(Light Blue) or Caucasus Regt.(Red), main difference being the Chereska (Tunic) in either Blue or Brown with differing shoulder straps & cap colours according to Regt. £100 £43
TB314 HUSSAR OFFICER – on stumbling horse as the Gibb painting ‘The Thin Red Line’. 6th, 12th, 13th Regts. available. £35 £14.50
HORSE ARTILLERY CRIMEA 1854
TB343A  6 POUNDER CANNON & LIMBER WITH CHARGING HORSES – 2 Drivers mounted, Bombardier & Gunner £200 £90
TB343B MOUNTED GUNNERS – 4 figures. £140 £60
TB343C MOUNTED TRUMPETER. £35 £14.50
TB343D MOUNTED TROOP CAPTAIN £35 £14.50
‘SAVING THE COLOURS AT ALMA ’ CRIMEA 1854 – ADVANCE OF THE SCOTS FUSILIER GUARDS
TB351A COLOUR PARTY – Capt. Lindsay, 2 Ensigns with Colours, 2 Colour Sergeants. £75 £35
TB351B OFFICER & GUARDSMEN ADVANCING – Officer,  5 Guardsmen in differing positions including wounded. £85 £35
TB351C  GUARDSMEN ADVANCING – 2 each of two different positions, 2 Standing Firing.(Extra to 351A&B). £85 £35
CHARGE OF THE HEAVY BRIGADE  – BALACLAVA, CRIMEA 1854
TB355 SCOTS GREYS (2nd DRAGOONS)
TB355A TROOPERS CHARGING – 3 figures. £100 £43
TB355B TROOPERS – 2 charging, 1 wounded. £100 £43
TB355C OFFICER – charging. £35 £14.50
TB355D TRUMPETER – charging. £35 £14.50
TB356 INNISKILLINGS (6th DRAGOONS)
TB356A TROOPERS CHARGING – 3 figures. £100 £43
TB356B TROOPERS – 2 charging, 1 wounded. £100 £43
TB356C OFFICER – charging. £35 £14.50
TB356D TRUMPETER – charging £35 £14.50
 TB357 1st ROYAL DRAGOONS
TB357A TROOPERS CHARGING – 3 figures. £100 £43
TB357B TROOPERS – 2 charging, 1 wounded. £100 £43
TB357C OFFICER – charging. £35 £14.50
TB357D TRUMPETER – charging £35 £14.50
TB383 JOHN SCOTT OF THE 93rd.
Imortalising the famous stand of the 93rd at Balaclava .
£20 £11
VGDS ‘ THE ROLL CALL’
THE GRENADIER GUARDS AFTER INKERMANN.
This vignette is inspired by a painting by Elizabeth Thompson
Part 1 features four of the guardsmen as shown in the painting with a sergeant checking the roll. £75 £30
PART 2   features six more characters as portrayed in the painting with three Guardsmen sporting various injuries, a fourth lies prone in the snow and a concerned comrade kneels by his side whilst a wounded Grenadier bandages his hand. £90 £36
PART 3   six more stalwarts to stand in line, a Guardsman completely exhausted head bowed leans on his Minnie rifle, a comrade offers help. A water bottle reasonably full seems to be in demand. £90 £36
PART 4 another six figures each one by itself a ‘character’, make up the second rank and so doing enables
The vignette to take shape in the manner of the original painting.
£90 £36
PART 5 These four remaining guardsmen together with the mounted Colonel finally complete the vignette. £100 £50
V93 ‘ THE THIN RED LINE ’ – BALACLAVA 1854
Sir Colin Campbell ordered the 93rd to retire and lie down behind the crest of the high ground which they occupied. The Russian cavalry advanced towards the British to attack cavalry and artillery, Sir Colin ordered the 93rd to stand up, deploy into two lines and move forward. The Russian cavalry, seeing the redcoated infantry ………. ‘That thin red streak tipped with a line of steel’ { William Russell, war correspondent } at once charged towards them.  As the Russians came within range the 93rd  fired two volleys into the incoming cavalry as they were about 250 yards away.
Part one …… consists of eleven figures Officer, Sergeant and  other characters including wounded as portrayed by the artist. Fitting together by our unique system of interlocking bases £165 £66
Part two ……… is a continuation of the Regimental line. Twelve Highlanders all different personalities having fired the first two volleys, stand firm and await a further onslaught from the Russian cavalry who have reeled back in confusion. £180 £72
Part three ……..  features Sir Colin Campbell, commanding Highland Brigade and Colonel of the 93rd both mounted on horseback, Drummer boy, Brigade Major, Ensigns with Regimental and Queen’s Colours plus all interlocking pieces to fit parts 1, 2 and 4. £140 £65
Part Four ……. The final part to complete this vignette consists of twelve Highlanders standing in line including a Sergeant and Colour Sergeant plus two further  figures – an Officer and a Pipe Major, making fourteen overall. £192 £84