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The Military, Civilian figures, equipment and accessories sale to be held on the 29th of July starts with sets from Britains, including Limited Editions, Special Collectors, and Modern Issues, plus unboxed figures. Contemporary Issues include King & Country, The Collectors Showcase and Frontline figures, whilst other lots include CBG Mignot, Lucotte, Norris Heyde and similar. Further items include Britains Racing Colours, Britains Football series, and vehicles, plus Morestone and Dinky staff sets. The sale will also include Lineol anti-tank guns and vehicles, Elastolin/Lineol, Timpo sets including Wild West series, Modern Army Series, and Swoppets, plus Britains and Herald gardens and accessories. The sale concludes with Airfix vehicles, play sets and original artwork, boxed and unboxed Britains Military Issues, Britains for Gamages sets, catalogues, badges and reference guides. 

CBG Mignot - Set 710 - Chasse a Courre [Stag Hunt] Post War Issue, comprising: 57 x Piece [Figures & Accessories] Set Representing a Stag Hunt, Includes: Huntsmen [Mounted & on Foot] / Hunts Woman, Hounds, Stag, Scenic Accessories, Etc. Near Mint [minor display wear] overall, contained in a near Mint CBG Sliding Front Panel Diorama [L:63 x D:31 x H:15 cm] set box. Superb & Scarce.
Estimate: £200 - £300 Sold For: £170
Britains - Racing Colours Canadian Series - [1930] - Owner - Mr. G.F. Leader, comprising: Horse - Grey, Jockey Colours - PINK Cap - PINK Silks with Solid White Inverted "V" to Front & Back. Ref: Kirk [2nd Edition] , Plate 7 - 1:1 [Shown as Pink]. Near Mint overall. Rare Issue, the First Example of this Colour Variant to be Sold by Vectis. [2 Pieces]
Estimate: £300 - £400
Britains - Racing Colours Series - From the FINAL Selection from the World Renowned Ossington Collection and Features some of the Rarest Colours Known to Exist, Owner - Mr. F.A.P. Tattersall, [Un-catalogued, 1951], comprising: Horse: Brown, Jockey Colours - Red Cap, Black Silks with Orange Sleeves. Ref: Kirk [2nd Edition], Plate 9 - 4:3. From the Family Collection of Author John Roberts ["Reference Guide to Britains Racing Colours of Famous Owners Issued by William Britain 1925 - 1960"], Published: 2014/2020. Some minor display wear otherwise generally near Mint overall. Very Rare Issue, the First Example of this Colour Variant to be Seen/Sold by Vectis. [2 pieces]
Estimate: £500 - £700
Lineol - Model Nr 1230 [Circa 1938/39] - FLAK 36 - Flugzeugabwehr Kanone [Anti-Aircraft Cannon] based on the 88mm Flak 36 used extensively in WW11 as an anti-tank gun, comprising: Folding Cruciform Firing Mounting with Hinged Outriggers, 2 x Two Wheel Detachable Travelling Bogies with the First Version Pre-War Screw & Wheel Locking Devices, Full Traverse & Elevation, Black Treaded Rubber Tyres marked "LINEOL" & Operable Firing Mechanism. Model dimensions - [O/A L 40 x W 28 (outriggers extended) x H 12 cm - Barrel Length x 26cm]. Finished in Pre-War 3 colour camouflage pattern. Minor paint chipping to breech otherwise generally near Mint overall. Rare 1st Issue, The largest & RAREST of the 88' models. A Superb Example!
Estimate: £300 - £400 Sold For: £190
Airfix Original Artwork, comprising: Original Airbrush Painting for the 2008 Re - Release Westland Sea King HAS.5 by Airfix Artist: Gavin McLeod. The unsigned Image Measures 23" x 15" on Artists Board in original Airfix Drawing Office Folder. See - Ward - "The Boy's Book of Airfix", page 62 for this Actual Artwork. Again a Superb Image!
Estimate: £300 - £500 Sold For: £500
Britains - Paris Office - French Dragoons, comprising: Mounted Officer on Cantering [Dated]Horse & 4 x Dragoons with Short Carbines. All depicted in Standard Dragoon Uniform. The Horses are all at the Halt in Black & Brown and are marked "DEPOSE" & Dated. Some minor paint chipping otherwise generally Excellent overall. [5]
Estimate: £300 - £500 Sold For: £500
Britains - Un-catalogued Band [Special Commission Set], Mid to Late 1950's / Issue, comprising: Band of the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry - Parade Dress: Band Master with Baton & 31 x Marching Musicians Playing Various Instrumentation. Depicted in Red Tunics / Green Home Service Helmets. Originally Commissioned [by the Ministry of Defence] for Display in the Regiment's Home Town Army Recruiting Office. See Lot No. 201 - 6th November 2021 Sale / Lot No. 5591 - 31st July 2020 for this Band Depicted in No.1 Dress. Near Mint overall. [32]
Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000 Sold For: £2,100
Britains - Un-catalogued Band [Special Commission Set], Late 1950's / Early 1960's Issue, comprising: Regimental Band of the North Royal Staffordshire Regiment in No.1 Dress - Band Master with Baton & 33 x Marching Musicians Playing Various Instrumentation. Originally commissioned [by the Ministry of Defence] for display in the Regiment's Home Town Army Recruiting Office. Near Mint overall. See Lot No's 5611 - 24th November 2020 Sale for a Smaller Version of this Band. Unique. [34]
Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000 Sold For: £3,200
Britains for Gamages - Types of the Indian Army - Display Set - Infantry, 1930's Issue, comprising: Unidentified Indian Infantry Regiment [Khaki Jackets & Red Trousers / Green & Red Turbans] - Mounted Officer, Officer Walking with Drawn Sword, Pioneer with Axe, Bugler, Colour Bearer & 4 x Infantrymen Marching at the Trail. Generally Excellent overall, contained [strung - insert stamped "GAMAGES OF HOLBORN"] in a generally Good [some storage wear] Gamages Special Toy Soldiers [Mauve] Label set box. For a companion set - see Lot 1839, 21st May 2022 sale. Rare the First Example of this Variant to be Sold by Vectis.
Estimate: £900 - £1,500 Sold For: £3,400
Britains for Gamages - Types of the Indian Army - Display Set - Cavalry, 1930's Issue, comprising: Unidentified Indian Cavalry Regiment [Light Khaki Kurtkas Green Sashes & Pale Blue/Green Turbans]- Mounted Trumpeter, Mounted Officer, Mounted Colour Bearer & 7 x Mounted Sepoys with Drawn Sabres. Near Mint overall, contained [strung - insert stamped "GAMAGES OF HOLBORN"] in generally Very Good Gamages Special Toy Soldiers [Orange] Label set box. For a companion set - see Lot 828, 21st November 2021 sale. Rare the first example to be sold by Vectis.
Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000 Sold For: £3,800