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Ceremonial Collection - W. Britain

Ceremonial Collection - Updated November 15, 2019!

The Trooping of the Color, which has its roots in the ceremony used for guard mounting from Horse Guards Parade, London in the eighteenth century, was first performed on a Sovereign's birthday for King George III. Throughout Queen Victoria's reign the Foot Guards performed this same ceremonial in honor of her birthday (24th May) and it has continued to be held ever since on a day set aside as The Sovereign's Official Birthday.

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Military Bands

These unique sets of Military Bands are designed to be of very limited production and often only available for a defined time period. This not only adds to the interest, but also to the potential value. For 2006 they include Grenadier Guards Drum & Fife Set and the RAF (Leuchars) Pipes & Drums (Auxiliary) Band.

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Black Watch Museum Collection

The Museum Collection started in 2008 with the release of seven figures depicting the Black Watch over about 150 years and it seemed only fitting to give this storied Regiment its Pipe and Drum contingent in its entirety before we went any further with the collection. One of the most eye-catching elements their Pipes and Drums, and this group, sculpted to a very high degree of detail and painted in matte finish with shading and highlighting, does not disappoint.

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Royal Marines

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United States Marines

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