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Welcome to the world of white metal military historical miniatures. Our souvenir shop introduces a collection of souvenirs and russian soldiers implemented with the historical accuracy in 54mm scale.

Tin soldiers have always been and continue to be collectible. Figurines of warriors of all time take a worthy place in the shelves of museums around the world and on the shelves of private collectors. Military-historical miniatures can simultaneously to return the departed world of childhood, to develop creative abilities and to expand historical knowledge.
 

 
 


Vladimir Lenin

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (22 April 1870 - 21 January 1924), born Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, was a Russian Marxist revolutionary and communist politician who led the October Revolution of 1917. As leader of the Bolsheviks, he headed the Soviet state during its initial years (1917-1924), as it fought to establish control of Russia in the Russian Civil War and worked to create a socialist economic system.
As a politician, Vladimir Lenin was a persuasive orator, as a political scientist his extensive theoretic and philosophical developments of Marxism produced Leninism, the pragmatic Russian application of Marxism. He was also named by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most important people of the 20th century.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

В.И. Ленин

 


Mikhail Kutuzov

Prince Mikhail Illarionovich Golenishchev-Kutuzov  (September 16, 1745 - April 28, 1813) was the Russian Field Marshal who defeated Napoleon's Grande Armée during France's invasion of Russia in 1812, the decisive turning point of the Napoleonic Wars.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20

 

Фельдмаршал Кутузов М.И.

 


Russian archer, 14th century

The Battle of Kulikovo was a battle between Tatar Mamai and Muscovy Dmitriy and portrayed by the Russian historiography as a stand-off between Russians and Golden Horde. However the political situation at time was much more complicated and concerned the politics of the Northeastern Rus. The battle took place on September 8, 1380 at the Kulikovo Field near the Don River (now Tula Oblast) and resulted in a victory of Dmitri Donskoi.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

 


Russian foot soldier, 14th century
 

Throughout the 14th century infantry in the armies of the Russian principalities, as in Western Europe, playing on the battlefield an increasingly prominent role. Dense infantry build, bristling with spears and backed by archers and crossbowmen, became a formidable force.


Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Русский пеший воин, 14-15 вв.

 


Ilya Muromets

Ilya Muromets is a Kievan Rus' epic hero. He is celebrated in numerous byliny (folk epic poems). Along with Dobrynya Nikitich and Alyosha Popovich he is regarded as the greatest of all the legendary bogatyrs.
Although Ilya's adventures are mostly a matter of epic fiction, he himself is believed to have been a historical person: a 12th century warrior and, in older age, a monk named Ilya Pechorsky. Ilya is beatified as a minor Saint of Orthodox Church. His remains are found and stored in Kiev Pechersk Lavra.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Илья Муромец

 


Novgorod militia ratnik (soldier), 14th century

Novgorod militia recruited from the urban artisans, small shopkeepers, townspeople, and free people, armed and equipped by the city treasury.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Ратник новгородского ополчения, 2-я пол. 14 века

 


Novgorod equestrian captain, 14th century

Novgorod equestrian captain since the Battle of Kulikov (1380) dressed in a quilted armor of ocher colored linen with scalloped leather crotch Mantle and skirt. Head is protected with the helmet (bascinet) of Western European type, which could be quite probable, taking into consideration the significant trade links between Novgorod and Northern Europe.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Новгородский конный ратник, 2-я пол. 14 века

 


Russian warrior with tarch, 16th century
 

Tarch (translated from Arabic - the shield) was a defensive weapon. In the defense of cities and fortresses the warriors sometimes used heavy steel round tarch equipped with an iron gauntlet with a straight sharp blade. This tarch had peephole, it was decorated with colored silk fringe, and was equipped with a silken cord to carry around.


Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Русский воин с тарчем, 16-17 вв.

 


Head of strelets division, 17th century

Decree of Ivan IV in 1550 was the beginning of a permanent pedestrian division royal ratification - Moscow Strelets army. To control this army was formed Streletskaya hut, later renamed to Streletsky order.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Стрелецкий голова, Россия 17 век

 


Head of strelets company, 17th century

Before the 1682 Moscow regiments were called orders. Originally strelets orders totaled 500 people, divided into five hundred. Subsequently, the number of members is growing. In 1683 orders were renamed the shelves, and makes hundreds of them - in the company. Since that time, it was supposed to be "1000 in every regiment". In practice, the number of archers in the shelves ranged from 600 to 1500 people.


Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Стрелецкий сотник, 17 век

 


Moscow strelets, 17th century

Streltsi (streltsý, literally "archers"; streléts, "archer," from strelá, "arrow") were the units of Russian guardsmen in the 16th - early 18th centuries, armed with firearms. They are also collectively known as Marksman Troops.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Московский стрелец, 17 век

 


Colonel of uhlan regiment, Russia, 1910-14

The Russian Imperial Army had converted its seventeen line Uhlan regiments to dragoons in 1881, but in 1910 they had their traditional lances, titles and uniforms returned to them. During this period only the two Uhlan regiments of the Russian Imperial Guard retained their original distinctions.


Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20

Полковник Л.-гв. Уланского полка. Россия, 1910-14 гг.

 


Colonel of dragoon regiment, Russia, 1910-14
 

In 1914 there were still dragoon regiments in the British, French, German, Russian, Austro-Hungarian, Peruvian, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and Spanish armies. Their uniforms varied greatly, lacking the characteristic features of hussar or lancer regiments. There were occasional reminders of the mounted infantry origins of this class of soldier. Thus the dragoon regiments of the Imperial German Army wore the pickelhaube (spiked helmet) of the same design as those of the infantry and the British dragoons wore scarlet tunics, In other respects however dragoons had adopted the same tactics, roles and equipment as other branches of the cavalry and the distinction had become simply one of traditional titles.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Полковник Лейб-гвардии Драгунского полка. Россия, 1910-14 гг.

 


Chorąży
 

From the 16th century, Chorąży was the title of the military leader of a Cossack community, and later a rank in the Cossack Hosts. The rank, written Khorunzhiy in Russian, was officially recognized in the 1792 Table of Ranks. This Cossack junior officer rank corresponded to the rank of second lieutenant of infantry or cornet of cavalry.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Хорунжий Оренбургского казачьего войска, 1890 год

 


Russian cossack with His Imperial Highness tsarevich Alexei

His Imperial Highness Tsarevich and Grand Duke Alexei Nikolaevich (Romanov), the fifth child and only son of Emperor Nicholas II, (July 30, 1904 - July 17, 1918). Through the mother, the Empress Alexandra, Alexei inherited hemophilia carriers of which were the daughters and granddaughters of Queen Victoria.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Казак Собств. Е.И.В. Конвоя с царевичем Алексеем, 1910 г.

 


Yuri Dolgorukiy

Prince Yuri I Dolgorukiy, also known as George I of Rus', (c. 1099-15 May 1157) was the founder of Moscow and a key figure in the transition of political power from Kiev to Vladimir-Suzdal following the death of his elder brother Mstislav the Great. He reigned as Velikiy Kniaz (Grand Prince) of Kiev from September 1149 to April 1151 and then again from March 1155 to May 1157.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Юрий Долгорукий

 


Alexander I of Russia

Alexander I of Russia (23 December 1777 - 1 December 1825), also known as Alexander the Blessed served as Emperor of Russia from 23 March 1801 to 1 December 1825 and the first Russian King of Poland from 1815 to 1825. He was also the first Russian Grand Prince of Finland and Lithuania.
He was born in Saint Petersburg to Grand Duke Paul Petrovich, later Emperor Paul I, and Maria Feodorovna, daughter of the Duke of Württemberg. Alexander was the eldest of four brothers. He succeeded to the throne after his father was murdered, and ruled Russia during the chaotic period of the Napoleonic Wars. In the first half of his reign Alexander tried to introduce liberal reforms, while in the second half he turned to a much more arbitrary manner of conduct, which led to the revoking of many early reforms. In foreign policy Alexander gained certain successes, mainly by winning several military campaigns. In particular under his rule Russia acquired Finland and part of Poland. His sudden death in Taganrog, under allegedly suspicious circumstances, caused the spread of the rumors that Alexander in fact did not die in 1825, but chose to "disappear" and to live the rest of his life in anonymity.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Бюст императора Александра I

 


Statue of G. W. de Gennin and V. N. Tatishchev in Yekaterinburg

Georg Wilhelm de Gennin or Vilim Ivanovich de Gennin (October 11, 1676 — April 12, 1750) was a German-born Russian military officer and engineer who specialized in mining and metallurgy. Together with Vasily Tatischev, he was active in the foundation of the cities of Yekaterinburg and Perm.
Vasily Nikitich Tatishchev (April 19, 1686 - July 15, 1750) was a prominent Russian statesman, and ethnographer, best remembered as the author of the first full-scale Russian history. Throughout this work, he entertains his favourite idea that autocracy is the perfect form of government for Russia.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Татищев и де Геннин
 


Perm's coat of arms

Perm was founded on May 15, 1723, and has had town status since October 29, 1781. By 1797, it was already an administrative center of the gubernia with the same name. In the 19th century, Perm became a major trade and industrial center with a population of more than 20,000 people in the 1860s, with several metallurgy, paper, and steamboat producing factories, including one owned by a British entrepreneur. In 1870, an opera theatre was opened in the city, and in 1871 the first phosphoric factory in Russia was built. In 1916, Perm State University - a major educational institution in modern Russia - was opened.

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Герб города Пермь

 


Yaroslavl's coat of arms

Yaroslavl lies at the intersection of several major highways, railways, and waterways. Preceded by Viking sites such as Timerevo from the 8th or 9th centuries, the city is said to have been founded in 1010 as an outpost of the Principality of Rostov Veliky, and was first mentioned in 1071. Capital of an independent Principality of Yaroslavl from 1218, it was incorporated into Muscovy in 1463. In the 17th century it was Russia's second largest city, and for a time (during the Polish occupation of Moscow in 1612), the country's de facto capital. Today, Yaroslavl is an important industrial center (petrochemical plant, tire manufacturing plant, diesel engines plant and many others).

Material: white metal
Height: 54 mm
Price: EUR 20
 

Герб города Ярославль

 


How to buy

1. Send your request to e-mail itc-kk@yandex.ru.
2. Receive an order confirmation from us.
3. When you are in Saint-Petersburg visit our office 502 office., 11, Malaya Morskaya or request delivery to your hotel lobby (8:00 - 22:00, price of delivery - EUR 5).
4. Payment will be done after delivery of souvenirs.