WS042 37mm Anti Tank Gun Set by King & Country (Retired)
WS046 Dispatch Rider w/Signpost by King & Country (RETIRED)
WS053 A set of 3 figure groupings of seated SS artillerymen filling out the vehicle perfectly
WS054 A set of 3 figure groupings of seated SS artillerymen filling out the vehicle perfectly.
WS058 A 4 man machine gun section making their way to the battle. Apart from their personal weapons and their MG42 machine gun, they also carry a Panzer-faust anti tank...
WS062 Jagdpanther Riders by King & Country (RETIRED)
A single Feldgendarme on his BMW motorcycle delivering an important message.
Four individual Waffen SS officers meet together to discuss the tactical situation.
The most famous and ubiquitous German truck of WW2. Our first release is the "Normandy" camouflage version -- a 3 colour paint scheme typical of the late war period. A...
Our model in Wehrmacht markings and camouflage and... has a very important passenger... Albert Speer, Hitler's favourite architect and head of Organization TODT
Dressed in full "fighting order", this young Wehrmacht soldier proudly gives the "regular" soldier's salute not the Nazi "Sieg Heil"
This 12-ton monster mounted the 88 on an armoured half track prime mover body. Our model, one of K&C's biggest, comes with a crew of 5 Wehrmacht artillerymen and is...
This is a brand-new version of an old, long-retired favourite... "The Schwimmwagen" amphibian. A pair of Waffen SS Panzer Grenadiers on a reconnaissance mission are side tracked when one of...
"Open Fire!" Three SS men engaged in combat.
As one Wehrmacht Panzer Grenadier watches the advance of the enemy another prepares to pull the pin on his .potato masher. grenade
In the weeks and months following D. Day German vehicles found it increasingly difficult to move undetected along French roads. Infantry moved forwards (and backwards) by the traditional method... on...
This two-man set is a "companion piece" to WS119.
Sold Out - $ 65.00
A young Wehrmacht soldier "chats-up" a pretty French girl in this unusual little two-figure set.
Three Wehrmacht soldiers go about their business somewhere in an occupied country.
A dismounted Cossack field policeman with an unfortunate Partisan suspect.
Wearing the traditional Cossack costume (with German badges) this officer, sabre in hand, is issuing orders.
Scanning the horizon for enemy activity.
Looking to the Left and with his rifle across the front of his saddle this is another member of the patrol.
This young Cossack is awaiting inspection.
Two Army tank crew complete with "jerricans" full of fuel and water.
In a desperate attempt to hold off the Allied Armies even this grandfather has been drafted into the "Volksturm". Still wearing civilian clothes only his army 'ski cap', armband and...
Another 'old-timer' marches off... but at least he has a helmet, backpack and a uniform greatcoat!
This veteran infantryman carries a bundle of deadly "Panzerfausts" (the cheap but effective Germant Rocket Propelled Grenade). His job is to help instruct and lead the "odds 'n' sods" of...
The young and the old... a teenager "Hitlerjugend" member takes aim while his much older comrade gingerly "follows suit".
This veteran officer surveys the serious situation.
Whilst the Hitlerjugend boy lies prone behind the machine gun his Luftwaffw instructor tries to explain the workings of the MG42. CODE: WS190
This "VW at WAR" features the markings of the 5th SS Panzer Division "VIKING" and comes with a driver and a full roof rack of extra supplies and fuel. Planned...
This Wehrmacht version of the eight-wheeler is in typical late-war three colour camouflage, armed with both an MG42 machine gun and a 20mm cannon it comes complete with a seated,...
With his Schmeisser Machine Pistol slung over his back this confident officer could be somewhere in France in 1940... or anywhere in western Russia in 1941.
Many photos of the early – war period show German infantry on the march looking tired but successful... Is this gunner’s next stop Paris... or Moscow?
It was not just officers that were issued with expensive field binoculars. Even junior NCO's managed to beg, borrow or steal a good pair of binos for their personal use....
Classic figure in a classic WW2 pose.
This guy looks happy and relaxed...does he not know what lies ahead?
Marching on those dusty Russian roads is a thirsty business...
Another of the "Soldaten" has been tasked with moving a crate of ammunition.
Sold Out - $ 45.00
"Put it over there!" This soldier seems to be saying.
This standing NCO pulls back the cocking handle on his machine pistol.
Another soldier carrying an extra box of machine gun ammunition.
As this soldier moves forward he orders his comrades to stay under cover.
This ubiquitous German fighting vehicle could be seen on every German battlefield from the Caucasus in Russia to Cyrenaica in Libya and all points in between. Our battle-weary, dust covered...