By HENRY HARRIS
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Papier mache was used for making soldiers in Germany at The end of The seventeenth century and two hundred is difficult. -toy , r soldier. x. t iiLilli- putians, exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1853 in Lon- don, was entirely ute soldiers. made of papier mdche, including the With the aim of tructible material than lead, a making min- figures of a less des- composition described as com prime was used in France for a period, in the midnineteenth century. A diorama of the Crimean War had carton figures of this substance.
The figures on the extreme left include those of King model George V and the Prince of Wales, added to the Imperial War by H. H. Cawood. It is now in the Museum, London 4H 50 49 A model of a thirteen-pounder Royal Horse Artillery gun and team, 1918. The model, by H. H. Cawood, is in the Imperial War Museum, London In the Imperial there are many War Museum in south-east London, exhibits which arouse the collector's interest, World War. The Eoyal Horse Artillery team by H. H. Cawood creates a particularly those dealing with the First striking impression of the sturdy fortitude of both men and horses in the grim struggles of the Western Front.
In the latter days of the German toy soldier marker There were innumerable small makers and many Heyde's designs were pirated of (a practice not confined to Thar country so that identification in ) many cases Today lleyde is no more. In the air-raids of the Second World War the factory was destroyed. Papier mache was used for making soldiers in Germany at The end of The seventeenth century and two hundred is difficult. -toy , r soldier. x. t iiLilli- putians, exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1853 in Lon- don, was entirely ute soldiers.