King & Country was founded in 1983 in Hong Kong by two expatriate Scots, Andy C. Neilson and Laura McAllister Johnson. 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. In addition to their metal miniatures figures, the company has also produced an amazing and expanding range of scale model buildings, fighting vehicles, ships and aircraft, from a wide selection of wood, metal, polystone, resins and other mixed media. Make sure you are always the first to know about new product offerings and special discounts by signing up here.
King & Country's broad diversity of historical eras and subjects is unparalleled in the toy soldier world. King & Country covers a wide range of historical periods ranging from the Life of Jesus to the end of World War II. The hand painted and detailed production of the individual soldiers, vehicles and artillery is superb and highly sought after by collectors. Each toy soldier is superbly detailed and hand painted. Offering a wide selection of soldiers, military vehicles, airplanes and artillery pieces, you as a collector can choose a specific period in history to model. One of King & Countries best selling series "Streets of Old Hong Kong" with its colorful series of Chinese buildings and figures is available from Trains and Toy Soldiers.
Trains and Toy Soldiers carries a wide range and in depth inventory of King & Country toy soldiers, figures, military vehicles, aircraft, ships, accessories and dioramas from such famous periods as World War II including Normandy, North Africa, D-Day, Battle of the Bulge, Afrika Korps, and Operation Market Garden to name a few. King & Country is is but one of the numerous manufacturers of hand painted metal toy soldiers, civilian figures, military miniatures and diorama accessories available from Trains and Toy Soldiers.
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