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Examines the early years of Britains Ltd. production from 1893 to 1924.
This intensively researched work answers questions about the early mechanical toys, "ancient" W.Britain figures, sources of their designs, the accuracy of their models, the small-size B Series, the little-known Paris Office, and Fred Whisstock's wonderful box labels. Soldiers of Greater Britain, along with my earlier Armies of the World (1925-1941) and Regiments of All Nations (1946-1966) provides a thorough and authoritative record of W.Britain traditional lead lines.
Features 782 close-up color photographs placed in numerical order in the text by the corresponding set descriptions;
Contains 453 pages providing: colors of uniforms, changes in the composition of sets, cross-references to other sets with the same figures, and the years during which each set or item appeared prior to 1925; and
Includes a Company History, a chapter of Basic Identification Hints, a Glossary, Appendices listing sets made after 1924, and a Topic Index.