World's largest collection of toy soldiers

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7 Responses to “World's largest collection of toy soldiers”

  1. GregS says:

    I wonder if they have any of the little plastic green army men that I melted with matches and magnifying glasses as a kid?

  2. MrJM says:

    They’re not toys they’re ACTION FIGURES!

  3. sean says:

    They’re NOT action figures because they have no movable parts and can’t be posed! They’re good old ARMY MEN.

  4. DreamboatSkanky says:

    They”re inaction figures!  Armies of them, man!

  5. librtee_dot_com says:

    Reminds me of a museum in Jeju, South Korea – the ‘Psyche Museum,’ also known as the butterfly museum.

    I was so excited to go there..it’s a beautiful structure, I thought it would be all full of butterflies happily flapping about.

    Well, no. Most of it was a variety of bizarre and strange dioramas, with real embalmed insects as the actors.

    So you had, for instance, the British Parliment..with all the MPs being posed insects. A circus, with praying mantis swinging from the trapeze. A bloody battle, with a ditch full of slain dung beetles with spears puncturing their exoskeleton.

    The whole thing..truly a site to behold.

  6. Trent Baker says:

    I think Warhammer World at Nottingham could contest that claim.

  7. Erik Perera says:

    Vaguely related… excerpt from a full length movie by Bruce Bickford of Zappa’s Baby Snakes fame featuring many many of the aforementioned little green plastic soldiers… CAS’L

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