Miniature Metal Toy Soldiers

Miniature Metal Toy Soldiers

Find metal toy soldiers in various scales, from companies such as First Legion Ltd., John Jenkins Designs, King and Country, The Collectors Showcase, Thomas Gunn Miniatures, Wm. Britains, and other companies in this category.

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By Period of War

This caption categorizes the miniature metal soldiers we have for sale by period in history.

First Legion Ltd

First Legion Ltd is a maker of high quality 60mm metal figures from periods ranging from The Glory of Rome to WWII and other eras in between.

Figarti Miniatures

Included in this caption are miniature metal toy soldiers in 1/30th scale. This company also manufactures diorama pieces as well as vehicles.

Frontline Figures

This caption includes metal toy soldiers produced by Frontline Figures. These figures encompass various eras of conflict from Napoleonic to WWII.

King and Country

KING & COUNTRY was founded in 1984 in Hong Kong by two expatriate Scots, Andy C. Neilson and Laura McAllister. Andy, a former Royal Marine Commando had been interested in and collecting toy soldiers since a young boy. Laura provided the solid business background and support. From humble beginnings, KING & COUNTRY has developed into one of the world's major designers and producers of all-metal, hand-painted 1:30 scale military and civilian miniatures. From their headquarters in Hong Kong, they oversee every stage of design, development and production in mainland China.

Miscellaneous Toy Soldiers

Included in this caption are toy soldiers from miscellaneous companies.

The Collectors Showcase

The Collectors Showcase makes figures and vehicles from eras ranging from Roman times thru WWII.

Thomas Gunn Miniatures

Included in this caption are metal toy soldiers from various eras, including Napoleonic to WWII produced by the manufacturer Thomas Gunn Miniatures.
Wm. Britain

Wm. Britain

William Britains is a maker of metal toy soldiers from various eras. The scale of their figures is approximately 54mm - 1/32nd.