The Wars of the Roses were a series of dynastic wars for the throne of England. They were fought between supporters of two rival branches of the royal House of Plantagenet, the houses of Lancaster and York. They were fought in several sporadic episodes between 1455 and 1487, although there was related fighting before and after this period. The conflict resulted from social and financial troubles that followed the Hundred Years' War, combined with the mental
"Bought 3 references: superb figurines: scupture painting level and high quality / nothing to say to me, they are perfect (in my personal taste).
My passion is to create sets, I can not let these Vikings without their boat "Drakkar". I picked up tools and brushes !! A little history on these invaders barbarians: The Viking invasions In 843, a.."
As most toy soldier enthusiasts already know 'toy soldier collecting' is primarily, a male-oriented hobby ... Relatively few females are collectors themselves or are even involved in the past time on a professional basis.
Shannon Reuss of Treefrog Treasures was that rare exception. Together with her husband Pete she...."
"One of my favourite things about this forum is that it allows you to share pictures of your dioramas and collections with collectors from all over the world. Below are a few pictures of my collection (mostly the Napoleonic and a bit of mix and match). Apologies for the terrible photo quality.
I have a number of First World War and glossy Napoleonic figures, but sadly I have no more shelf space to display them..."
The Thompson Trophy race was one of the National Air Races of the heyday of early airplane racing in the 1930s. Established in 1929, the last race was held in 1961. The race was 10 miles (16 km) long with 50-foot-high (15 m) pylons marking the turns, and emphasized low altitude flying and maneuverability at high speeds. As the race was flown around a closed course, crowds in the grandstands could easily see much of the spectacle. There were two series of Thompson..."
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