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Day 2 of the Military, Civilian Figures, Equipment & Accessories sale takes place on Tuesday the 27th of November, it features further Modern, Contemporary, Plastic, and Civilian Issues plus Militaria. Boxed and Unboxed Military Issues from Britains are also up for auction, including Special Editions & Paris Office. There are Composition & Tinplate Figures, Vehicles & Accessories, Plastic Issues - Connoisseur Selection, and further Connoisseur Miniatures From Russia. The sale will also include Britains Specials By Roy Selwyn-Smith, Britains chief designer and director. Probably unique, the 24 lots have been painted to collectors’ standards by Roy.










Britains - Racing Colours Series, [1936 Un-catalogued Issue] - Owner - Mr. N Seaward, comprising: Horse - Black, Jockey Colours - Pale Green/White Quartered Cap & White Silks with Red Vertical Stripes. Near Mint [minor storage wear] overall. Rare Issue, the First Example to be sold by Vectis. [2]
Estimate: £300 - £400 Sold For: £1400
Britains - Racing Colours Series, [1930 Un-catalogued Issue] - Owner - Mr. M. D. Peacock, comprising: Horse - Brown, Jockey Colours - White Cap & Blue Silks with Black Arms. Near Mint [minor storage wear] overall. Rare Issue, the First Example to be sold by Vectis. [2]
Estimate: £300 - £400 Sold For: £700
Britains - Racing Colours Series, [1933 Un-catalogued Issue] - Owner - Colonel Guy Wilson, comprising: Horse - Brown, Jockey Colours - Pale Yellow Cap & Pink Silks. Near Mint [minor storage wear] overall. Rare Issue, the First Example to be sold by Vectis. [2]
Estimate: £300 - £400 Sold For: £1300
Britains - Racing Colours Series, [1928 Un-catalogued Issue] - Owner - Mr. T. A. Edge, comprising: Horse - Brown, Jockey Colours - White Cap & Pale Green Silks with Pink Arms. Near Mint [minor storage wear] overall. Rare Issue, the First Example to be sold by Vectis. [2]
Estimate: £300 - £400 Sold For: £1200
Britains - Paris Office - Infanterie de Ligne [French Line Infantry], comprising: Officer with Drawn Sword [1909 dated], Bugler, 6 x Infantryman Marching at the Trail & 5 x Infantrymen Marching at the Slope [one rifle & 1 bayonet missing]. All depicted in Dark Blue Coats with Red Trousers, Red Kepis, Black Boots & Full Marching Equipment. Oval / Square Bases Marked - "9. 5. 1905" & "Depose". Some minor paint chips otherwise generally Excellent overall. [13]
Estimate: £150 - £200 Sold For: £400
Britains Un-catalogued Band [Special Commission Set], 1950's Issue, comprising: Band of Royal West Kent Regiment No'1 Parade Dress with Peaked Caps - Drum Major & 31 x Marching Musicians Playing Various Instrumentation. Originally commissioned [by the Regiment] for display in the Regimental Recruiting Office. Recently rediscovered by a Veteran Recruiting Sergeant. Near Mint overall. Unique. [32]
Estimate: £950 - £1500 Sold For: £2200
Britains Un-catalogued Band [Special Commission Set], 1950's Issue, comprising: Band of Royal West Kent Regiment No'1 Parade Dress with Home Service Helmets - Drum Major & 32 x Marching Musicians Playing Various Instrumentation. Originally commissioned [by the Regiment] for display in the Regimental Recruiting Office. Recently rediscovered by a Veteran Recruiting Sergeant. Near Mint overall. Unique. [32]
Estimate: £950 - £1500 Sold For: £1600
Britains - Un-catalogued Set 2020 - Portuguese Native Infantry [1948 issue], comprising: Marching Empty Handed European Officer & 7 x Native Infantry Marching at the Slope. Based on Kings African Rifles figure and British Naval Officer & depicted in a Khaki Uniform with Red Fez on Caramel Coloured Bases. Near Mint overall, contained in an Excellent ROAN label set box. An extremely Rare set.
Estimate: £700 - £900 Sold For: £3200
Britains - Set 1602 - Famous Regiment Series - Duke of Wellington's Regiment, [1937 version], comprising: Empty Handed Officer & 7 x Other Ranks marching at the Slope. Near Mint overall, contained [slotted insert] in an Excellent [minor storage wear] "Famous Regiments of the British Army" [Yellow] label box.
Estimate: £200 - £300 Sold For: £1100
Britains: Set 133 - Russian Infantry, [First 1904 version], comprising: Officer with Drawn Sword, 3 x Infantrymen Marching at the Trail, Marching Bugler [dated base] & 4 x Infantrymen Marching at the Slope [Oval unmarked bases]. Depicted in Apple Green Uniform and Pokalem Caps with Pale Blue & Yellow Bands. Some age wear otherwise generally Excellent overall. [9]
Estimate: £90 - £150 Sold For: £380