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King and CountryKing & Country - British Empire Archive

This is an archive listing of King and Country figures and is for information purposes only - to see what I currently have for sale click here.

Sons of the Empire

This is the beginning of an occasional new series that will focus on the soldiers of the British Empire during its zenith between 1880 and the beginning of the Fist World War. It will portray Infantry, Cavalry and, occasionally, Artillery as they would have appeared on parade (and in the field) at that time.

Model Number Description Comments Issued - Deleted
SOE01 Skinner's Horse Indian Subahdar - A Subahdar (1st Lieutenant) in Parade Dress 2009 - 2013
SOE02 Skinner's Horse Lancer - Carrying a long, steel-tipped bamboo lance complete with cavalry pennant this Lancer looks great alone... or in multiples! 2009 - 2013
SOE03 Skinner's Horse Officer - All British Indian Army Regiments had a mixture of British and Native Officers in charge. Many of the British officers adopted colourful, full dress Indian Army uniform... especially for parades! 2009 - 2013
SOE04 Ludhiana Sikh Standing at Attention 2011 -
SOE05 Ludhiana Sikh Kneeling Firing Rifle - This Sikh rifleman takes careful aim... Every bullet, well-aimed eliminates at least one of the Queen Empress many enemies. 2011 -
SOE06 Ludhiana Sikh Kneeling Ready 2011 -
SOE07 Ludhiana Sikh Lying Firing 2011 -
SOE08 Ludhiana Sikh Standing Firing 2011 -
SOE09 Ludhiana Sikh Reloading - Another Sikh rifleman chambers a round into his rifle. 2011 -
SOE10 Ludhiana Sikh Drummer with Bugle 2011 -
SOE11 Ludhiana Sikh Native Officer Saluting 2011 -
SOE12 Ludhiana Sikh Mounted British Officer - Although all Indian Army Regiments had a mix of both British and Indian Officers... All Colonels, Second-in-commanders, Adjutants and Squadron or Company Commanders remained British. This mounted British officer is a Major (in charge of a Rifle Company). 2011 -
SOE13 Standing British Officer - Cool, calm and collected this officer indicates to his men where the enemy positions are. 2011 -
SOE14 Ludhiana Sikh Queen's Colour Flagbearer 2011 -
SOE15 Drum Major Many Indian Army regiments adopted the Pipes & Drums for their Regimental Bands. Even today, after independence, both the Indian and Pakistani Armies boast many fine pipers and drummers. 2012 -
SOE16 Marching Ludhianna 2012 -
SOE17 Big Drummer 2012 -
SOE18 Ludhianna Piper 2012 -
SOE24 Skinner’s Horse Flagbearer - Carrying the “Union Flag” this trooper looks every inch the proud cavalryman. 2012 -
SOE25 Skinner’s Horse Bugler 2012 -
SOE26 Skinner’s Horse Scout - Although most Skinner’s Horse troopers carried the famous long bamboo lance they also carried Martini- Henry carbines… just like this fellow. 2012 -

Indian Army

Model Number Description <Comments Issued - Deleted
IA1 Gun and Crew 1990 - 1995

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