New King and Country August Releases!

Romans




Romans

Crusaders


  • MK170 Crusader Archer (kneeling) – This English bowman kneels down to let fly an arrow at his Saracen opponents… A large ‘Cross of St. George’ on his surcoat.
  • MK171 Crusader Halberdier – A fighting Man-at-Arms wields his mighty and cruel-looking halberd towards the opposition.
  • MK172 Crusader Archer (standing ready) – Facing the enemy this English bowman is about to open fire.
  • MK173 Richard the Lionheart (mounted) – One of England’s most famous and revered Kings, even today. This mounted figure is dressed in full “Crusader” garb and thrusting his sword skyward.

    The figure itself is modelled on the famous equestrian statue of King Richard that stands proudly outside the Palace of Westminster in London opposite Westminster Abbey.

    Last December, when K&C attended the ‘London Show’ myself and the K&C team saw this statue for the first time and all agreed it would make a fine ‘Royal’ addition to the ‘Crusader & Saracen’ series.


Crusader – Cross & Crescent

Napoleonic – Old Guard



French Imperial Guard

Beginner Gift Sets




Beginner Gift Sets

Apaches and Buffalo Soldiers


  • TRW112 Watching & Signaling – A pair of lying prone Apache warriors observing the approach of a U.S. Cavalry patrol… As one warrior uses a pair of captured (or stolen) binoculars the other signals the rest of the war party using a simple disc of polished metal.
  • TRW112 Chato – As K&C collectors already know… I love movies … ‘war movies’ and ‘westerns’ in particular. This figure is based on a great little movie called “Chato’s Land”, starring the late Charles Bronson. Bronson plays a half-breed Apache and many of the posters for the movie featured this pose… which is a great one for an Apache warrior.
  • TRW114 Sgt. Robert H. Hughes – From a fictional Apache to a factual character from real history … Sergeant Robert Hughes carrying the’ National Flag’ at the Battle of the Little Big Horn on that fateful day in June 1876. Here, holding his Army Colt in one hand and the 36-star flag in the other he reels back from a fatal shot during the battle.
  • TRW126 Errol Flynn’s Custer – And now we mix ‘fact’ and ‘fiction’ with this figure of swashbuckling Errol Flynn as he appeared in the classic 1941 Warner Brothers Movie, “They Died With Their Boots On”. This highly fictionalized life of George Armstrong Custer climaxes at the Battle of the Little Big Horn with Flynn /Custer dressed in his buckskin jacket (and being the last man standing) as the Sioux and Cheyenne warriors prepare to make their final charge. And that’s how we show him.
  • TRW127 The Stranglehold – This is the third installment of this first release of “Buffalo Soldiers”… A black Cavalry Corporal grabs a marauding Apache around the neck as he prepares to use his pistol butt to ‘brain’ the knife wielding warrior! A great little 2-man ‘fighting’ set.



Apaches and Buffalo Soldiers

WWII


  • WS334 Marder III M Tank Destroyer – This little Marder III was based on the Czech Panzer 38 (T) chassis and wheel arrangement. The K&C model is in the same camouflage style and markings (#102) as the Marder III seen in Steven Spielberg’s “Saving Pvt. Ryan” movie. Our model also includes a crew member who can stand outside or inside the vehicle… as you prefer.
  • WS342 Standing Tiger Crewmen – This 2-figure set wears the ‘classic’ short black ‘Panzer’ jacket and trousers and fits well alongside any of K&C’s Tigers or other German armour.
  • WS343 SPG Officer w/Pistol – A single grey-clad Self-Propelled-Gun officer stands cocking his pistol… Virtually all German vehicle commanders carried a side arm and this one is no exception.



Normandy ’44 – Waffen-SS & Wehrmacht

Wehrmacht


  • WH073 Additional Artillery Crew #3 – This 2 x figure set (1 x with short ramming rod plus 1 x shell fuser) goes perfectly with the other previously released artillery gunner sets such as theWH062 The 10.5cm Light Field Howitzer and its crew.


German Wehrmacht

Berlin 1938



Berlin’38 Leibstandarte

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