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Vintage Confederate Cavalry Horses Soldiers Britains Deetails Made in England

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Vintage Confederate Cavalry by Britains Deetails. These horse and rider figures were produced between 1971 - 1980 and made in England. Two figures clad in gray with blue trousers and yellow caps. One holds a bugle, the other a dagger, both have rifles at their sides. They have come off their mounts, a black beauty and tan horse both in detailed motion. The bugle playing soldier is missing his saddle. These plastic figures are both on green metal bases with identification on bottom. In addition there is another tan horse made by Britains Ltd.

Cavalry horses stand 2.75" tall, stand alone tan horse stands 2.25" tall.

Bottom of Cavalry is marked:
Britains Ltd 1971
deetail
Made in England

Bottom of stand alone is marked:
Britains Ltd
Made in England

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Vintage Confederate Cavalry Horses Soldiers Britains Deetails Made in England

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