|VG1||THE SPARTANS AT THERMOPYLAE 480 BC. (6 figures)||£120||£40|
|TB87||BAND OF INFANTRY (Service Dress) WW1.|
|TB87A||– Trombone, Cymbals, Saxaphone, Bassoon, Cornet, Clarinet, Trumprt, French Horn.||£100||£50|
|TB87B||– Bass, Lge. Euph., Med. Euph., Small Euph., Cornet, Clarinet, Trombone, French Horn.||£100||£50|
|TB87C||– 4 Side Drums, 4 Fifes.||£100||£50|
|TB88||CORPS OF DRUMS INFANTRY (Service Dress) WW1.|
|TB88A||– 4 Side Drums.||£100||£50|
|TB88B||– Bass Drum, Tenor Drum, Side Drum.||£45||£20|
|TB88C||– 8 Flutes or Bugles (state choice)||£100||£50|
|TB89||DRUM MAJOR (Service Dress) WW1.||£15||£5.50|
|TB90||MOUNTED COLONEL OF INFANTRY (Service Dress) WW1.||£35||£14.50|
|TB91||‘IT’S A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY ’ – WW1 Infantry Pvte., Wife & Son.||£55||£16.50|
|TB92||COLOUR PARTY INFANTRY (Service Dress) WW1.||£60||£25|
|TB93||REGIMENTAL SERGEANT MAJOR INFANTRY (Service Dress) WW1.||£15||£5.50|
|TB94||INFANTRY MARCHING (Service Dress) WW1 – Officer, Sergeant, 6 Pvts. F.S.M.O., Short Lee Enfield at slope.||£100||£40|
|TB392||“GOOD OLD ARGYLL’S”
Between 8am and 9am on the morning of May 10th 1915, during the second battle of Ypres ,a trench south of the Menin Road
manned by the 2nd Cameron Highlanders was about to be overrun by the enemy.The 9th Argyll’s were ordered to support them.
Major James Christie led A and B Coy’s through horrific shell and machine gun fire to aid the Cameron’s.The advance lay over a
bare slope without cover ,men fell fast but the Argyll’s never wavered . The trenches were reinforced.
TB392 consists of six Highlanders and their Officer, Major Christie..
On October 28th 1914 the 36th Ulster Division was initiated by drawing on the resources of the UVF and Infantry Battalions were raised in Belfast , Antrim, Down, Armagh, Tyrone, Londonderry , Donegal and Fermanagh. The Divisional Artillery was raised in England ,
Proudly chosen as the Divisional badge was the red hand of Ulster .On the 1st of July 1916 the Infantry of the 36th Ulster Division were reported to have charged the German trenches shouting “No surrender”, the battle-cry of the Derry apprentice boys and the Ulster loyalists to this day.Four Victoria Crosses were won by Ulstermen on this anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne .
|VWW1A||BEERSHEBA – 4th AUSTRALIAN LIGHT HORSE
BEERSHEBA 31st OCTOBER 1917 :- The last great mounted charge
‘It was the bravest, most awe inspiring sight I’ve ever witnessed, and they were… yelling, swearing and shouting. There were more than 500 Aussie horsemen … As they thundered past my hair stood on end. The boys were wild-eyed and yelling their heads off’’.
A mounted three figure vignette utilising our unique interlocking bases, capturing the atmosphere of this heroic charge. Consisting of Light Horsemen at the gallop an Officer and two Aussies with slung rifles waving drawn bayonets.