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Here comes the clear blue skies over Normandy in June 1944…All in one fell swoop!

AF013    “Colonel Glenn Eagleston”
Col.Eagleston had a total of 181/2 victories during WW2 flying the Mustang.  On October 29, 1944 he shot down 3 x Me.109’s in a 30 minute dogfight! After WW2 he served again in Korea where he flew the F86 “Sabre” and added 2 x Mig.15’s to his tally.

AF015    “Captain Donald J. Strait”
Don Strait flew with the 361st Fighter Squadron of the 356 Fighter Group and became their top ace with 131/2 victories… all but 3 of them flying the P51 “Mustang”. After WW2 he joined the New Jersey Air National Guard and served in Korea and retired in 1978 as a Major General.  Our new figure shows him picking up his parachute prior to mounting his “Mustang”.

AF031    “P51D-Day Mustang”
This is K&C’s second P51D and shows a typical D.Day “Mustang” complete with black and white invasion stripes and in natural metal finish with some added olive drab camouflage on the top-side surfaces. Our “Mustang” belongs to the “375th. Fighter Squadron” of the “361st. Fighter Group” based at Bottisham Airfield near Cambridge in Southern England in the summer of 1944.
(Just 250 of this “P51D-Day Mustang” have been produced.)


JJD July releases

John Jenkins Designs….


sku product price
War of 1812–U.S. Marine Corps.
1812M-02 Two Marines Firing, US Marine Corps, 1814 78.00
1812M-02N Four Marines Firing Box Set, US Marine Corps, 1814 138.00
Jacobite Rebellion
EEC-01 Regiment Officer, Regt. Royal Ecossois–single figure 40.00
THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918
GWB-01B W.J. Carney & C. Ribbans 78.00
GWF-03 Berliet CBA, French Truck, 1916 188.00
The Peninsular War, 1807-1814
PB-03 Spanish Gateway 52.00
Battle Of Fort Carillon, Ticonderoga, July 8, 1758
QF-35 Two Line Infantry Firing, Regiment de Bearn 78.00
QF-35N Four Line Infantry Firing Box Set, Regt. De Bearn 78.00
FIW – The Raid On St. Francis
RSF-09 Waiting Patiently…–two figures 79.00


            NEW RELEASES FOR JUNE 2013


THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918

 Berliet was a French manufacturer of automobiles, buses, trucks and other utility vehicles, based in Vénissieux, outside of Lyon, France. The Berliet CBA was one of the most important vehicles of WW1, it has been described as a Great War equivalent to the GMC, GAZ AA or Opel Blitz of WW2.

The Company that made the CBA Truck started in 1894 when Marius Berliet started experimenting with gasoline engines and built their first, primitive car. In 1906, Berliet’s introduced their first real commercial truck, a chain-drive 2-tonne cab-over-engine machine, When WW1 started Berliet had just added a new 6-tonne truck to their range, this was the Berliet CBA.   

The Berliet CBA followed the rather modern earlier designs of the Company, in that it featured a four-cylinder gasoline engine (25 HP, with a honeycomb radiator) with a chain drive, and steel chassis frame, instead of wood. It had a four-speed gearbox, solid rubber tires and a bumper in front of the radiator. It could carry some 3.5 tons and had a maximum speed of 30km/h. Berliet offered the CBA to the Army, who accepted it as a standard truck. It soon proved to be a very reliable and functional vehicle, and was to play a major part in the endless truck convoys on the “Sacred Road” which supplied the French forces fighting the  Battle of Verdun in 1916.   The success of the CBA was not just due to the performance of the vehicle, but just as much to the fact that the firm of Berliet was such a modern and effective manufacturer. In 1915 Berliet set up the World’s first real Assembly Belt-type of production line. This led both to the price per unit being lowered, for the first time making motor transport as cheap as horse transport, and the production rate being very high – every day 40 new CBAs rolled out of the factory. At the end of the war 25,000 trucks had been delivered to the armed services.

The Berliet CBA  was to be used all through the 20s and 30s and during the first years of WW2

THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918     GWF-03    Berliet CBA, French Truck, 1916    Retail us$188


W.J CARNEY & C. RIBBANS,                                                     Retail us$78           



 RSF-09       WOODLAND INDIANS,  Waiting Patiently…… Retail us$79




 The Régiment de Béarn was a French Army regiment active in the 18th century, and was recruited from the Picardy region of France.  It is principally known for its role in the Seven Years’ War, when it served with distinction in the North American theatre. French Regiments at this time consisted of two battalions.The two battalions of this regiment operated on different theatres of operation for most of the Seven Years’ War. The 1st Battalion remained in Europe, and was assigned to the defence of the coasts. At  August 1, 1757, the 1st Battalion was stationed at La Rochelle in the Aunis country. The 2nd battalion was sent to New France, and  arrived in June 1755.

The Regiment was to take part at the siege of Fort William Henry 1757, and in 1758, the regiment participated in the defense of Fort Carillon.

On September 13, 1759, they were present during the siege of Quebec City, and at the Battle of The Plains of Abraham,  it was deployed in the centre.

This Regiment probably underwent the most changes in its uniform, than any other regiment in New France. Waistcoats, collars and cuffs were originally blue, but were changed to red in 1757.

QF-35  BATTLE OF THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM, 13th September 1759,

REGIMENT de BEARN,  2 Line Infantry Firing,                       Retail us$78

QF-35N  BATTLE OF THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM,  13th September 1759,

REGIMENT de BEARN,,  4 Line Infantry Firing, Box Set        Retail us$138



This period was full of activity for the Marines. Starting with the fights with the Barbary corsairs, and continuing throughout the War of 1812. The Marines were to take part in virtually every action at sea, on the Great Lakes, and also in many engagements on land. A section of the line at New Orleans were held by the Marines at this battle. Therefore they were extremely active despite the strength of the corps only averaging about 1,000 officers and men.

 1812M-02  U.S. MARINE CORPS, 1814    2 MARINES FIRING,    Retail us$78          

1812M-02N  U.S. MARINE CORPS, 1814,  4 MARINES FIRING, BOX SET,  Retail us$138


The Royal Ecossais was raised in 1744 and discharged in 1752. Their officers were Scots and Irish, often exiled Jacobites, and the soldiers were of many European nationalities, including Scots, Irish and English. The regiment was raised by Lord John Drummond and was a regiment of Scots mercenaries in French service

EEC-01  REGIMENT ROYAL ECOSSOIS, Regiment Officer,                                Retail us$40                   



PB-03  SPANISH GATEWAY,     Retail us$52

June News….

June News…..

We just added a new section to the website
-“Damaged Goods” and Toy Soldier Hospital!

We will be adding all kinds of damage items and broken items here for you to fix! My repair table is to big for me to tackle so I will give you guys some good deals so you can break out the glue and paint!