The iconic Sturmgeschütz III (Assault Gun) was conceived by none other than Field Marshal Erich von Manstein. Created by mating an armored casemate to a Panzer III chassis, the StuG...
The Interwar Aviation series covers aircraft that were developed and used between World War 1 and World War 2, and was known as the “Golden Age of Aviation.” In the...
In Eastern Woodlands society, there were clear-cut family roles for both the men and women. Men were responsible for all the hunting and fishing, and sometimes traveled great distances to...
A Founding Father of the United States, Alexander Hamilton was an influential statesman and visionary. Fighting for America’s independence, he enlisted in a New York artillery unit and eventually rose...
As principal author of the Declaration of Independence and third president of the United States, Thomas Jefferson was one of the most influential and enigmatic personalities the United States ever...
More than any other foreign dignitary, Marquis de Lafayette, advocated an independent United States. The French aristocrat and military officer was a close friend of George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and...
23116 - "Gas Lads! Gas!" British Officer Yells Warning while Soldier Dons his Mask 1917-18
31280 - "Miss Dayfield" Woman Doing Farm Chores and two Chickens
31288 - Federal Iron Brigade Standing Firing No.2
36174 - Brunswick Leib Battalion Sapper
Micajah Autry, originally from North Carolina was born in 1793 and fought previously in the War of 1812. A well-read and educated man he had been a farmer, teacher and...
As many collectors know the Sturmgeschutz Ⅲ more commonly referred to as the StuGⅢ was Germany’s second most-produced armoured fighting vehicle during World War 2. Built on the chassis of...
Tom Millar was a member of the Gonzales Ranging Company of Mounted Volunteers. Under the command of Lieut. George C. Kimble and Capt. Albert Martin, Millar and 30 other men...
One of Davy Crockett’s backwoods volunteers who journeyed with him to Texas to join the fight for Texan independence.
Another horseman of the Gonzales Ranging Company armed only with a pistol.
This Pennsylvania native was born in 1800 and moved to Texas in 1835. He took part in the siege of Bexar and became part of the Alamo garrison where he...
Originally born in England he moved to Texas from Mississippi where he had been a farmer. At the Alamo he was a member of Capt. William Carey’s artillery company. Here,...
Gripping the cloth in his teeth this wounded trooper attempts to bandage his bleeding wrist while still holding his ‘Army’ Colt in one hand.
With his horse shot from under him and collapsed on top of his left leg this trooper is already doomed. Defiantly, he raises himself to aim his pistol at attacking...
Another forlorn trooper has been struck in the head by an Indian warrior’s club or tomahawk... Partially blinded by his wound he attempts to crawl to safety...
Like his Vietnam counterpart VN049, this WW2 “Leatherneck” cautiously edges forward towards some Japanese dead or perhaps he is moving carefully through a possible minefield... you make the decision.
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During WW2 the Marine Corps trained a small number of ‘War Dogs’ for service in the Pacific. They were first used on Bougainville and Peleliu but saw most active duty...
During the Korean War (1950-53) the U.S. Army decided it needed a mobile anti aircraft gun that could utilize the existing chassis of the M41 Tank. Since 40mm guns were...
Cautiously edging forward this ‘Grunt’ takes a look at what is just around the corner...
BB033 German Flakpanzer IV "Wirbelwind" with 2 Crew Figures 4th Company SS Panzer Abteilung 501 - Kampfgruppe Peiper First Legion is extremely pleased to present the next vehicle in our “Battle...
GERSTAL064 - German Soldier Walking with K98 and Helmet Cover
DAK041 - German SdKfz 251/3 - 15th Panzer Division First Legion is pleased to present the latest vehicle for our DAK figure range, the SdKfz 251/3 of the 15th...
DAK042 - Das Deutsche Afrika Korp MG Gunner for 251/1 This figure can be placed in the 251/1 Firing through the gun shield
16050 - British 42nd Royal Highland Grenadier Standing Firing No.1
RUSSTAL053 - Russian Soldier with PPSH41 Guarding German POW - Stalingrad 1942
GERSTAL063 - German Soldier Walking with K98
GERSTAL066 - German Soldier Walking with MP40
GERSTAL067 - German Soldier Walking with MG34 Drums
Briton Don McCullin is widely regarded as one of the greatest photographers of his generation. During the Vietnam War he made multiple visits to that country and took some of...
GERSTAL068 - German Feldwebel Walking with MG34
As any combat veteran will tell you battle often means sitting and waiting for something to happen 90% of the time... And then being terrified out of your mind the...
Another of the Easterners who sought their future in Texas. Here he advances on the Mexican infantry storming over the wall in early dawn of March 6.
Michael Wittmann’s own ‘Tiger’ was now given the new number ‘1331’... ‘13’ being the new, enlarged company, ‘3’ for the platoon and the final ‘1’ for the position of platoon...
This Louisiana man was one of just 23 men from this volunteer militia unit that fought and died at the Alamo on that fateful morning of March 6, 1836. He...
A very useful seated commander, complete with ‘bone-dome’ scanning the surrounding countryside for any sight of ‘Victor Charlie’! This figure can be used with the M113 and also the upcoming...
Sir Archibald (1298-1333) was another Scottish nobleman and military leader during the struggle for Scotland’s independence. A son of the Douglas family and a friend of Robert The Bruce (1274-1329)...
Most medieval collectors are more than familiar with the Mel Gibson movie “Braveheart”, the semi fictional exploits of one of Scotland’s greatest heroes. The real Sir William Wallace was a...
A ‘stand-alone’, hands on hips, Aussie vehicle commander. This figure is especially designed for collectors who may want one additional M113 (or even more) to make up a troop of...
A standing Fallschirmjager NCO (non commissioned officer) blows his whistle to bring together all his men now that their mission is complete.
Three sitting Aussie ‘Grunts’ from the Royal Australian Regiment in various seated poses... All armed with the L1A1 Self Loading Rifle... the standard infantry rifle of the Vietnam period.