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Charles Stadden British Military Pewter Figurine Highland

£24.99

Product description

Charles C Stadden (always known to friends and family as Chas) was born in Leytonstone, London on 12th June 1919. His parents were Francis Stadden and Emily James who had been married on 10th February 1912 in West Ham Register Office. Francis Stadden had served in the Middlesex Regiment and the Devonshire Regiment during WW1 attaining the rank of Company Sergeant Major. In peacetime he was employed as a stationers manager for Strakers of London.

During his full time military service he was with the Royal Army Service Corps (Horse Transport), The Cyprus Regiment and the Royal Fusiliers. By the time he was demobilised in 1946 he was a Sergeant in the Royal Fusiliers and had seen active service at Dunkirk, Eritrea, Abyssinia, Crete, Syria, Sicily and Cassino, Italy.
On the reconstitution of the Territorial Army in the post-war period he served as a Sergeant in the Royal Fusiliers T.A. and then the Royal Sussex Regiment T.A., Littlehampton until 1967.
Charles Stadden had been interested like most youngsters in model soldiers, but in 1951 he decided to turn his hand to their commercial
production.

This Pewter (see note) figurine which is of a vintage soldier of one of the Highland Regiments stood at ease. It is 4.3/4” (11.5 cm) tall with an oval base of approx just over 2” (50 cm) it was designed in England by Charles Stadden and stamped with the British pewter and authenticating marks.

Please note:- Pewter is an ALLOY which means it is composed of more than one metal. Most modern pewter is composed of 96 percent tin and 4 percent copper although there are many variations.

Item details

Brand:
Chas Stadden
Age:
1960-1990
Condition:
Used: very good
Country:
United Kingdom
Maker:
Stadden
Original/reproduction:
Original
Scale:
90mm
Style/period:
Vintage

Standard UK Delivery £3.95 per order

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About this item

Charles C Stadden (always known to friends and family as Chas) was born in Leytonstone, London on 12th June 1919. His parents were Francis Stadden and Emily James who had been married on 10th February 1912 in West Ham Register Office. Francis Stadden had served in the Middlesex Regiment and the Devonshire Regiment during WW1 attaining the rank of Company Sergeant Major. In peacetime he was employed as a stationers manager for Strakers of London.

During his full time military service he was with the Royal Army Service Corps (Horse Transport), The Cyprus Regiment and the Royal Fusiliers. By the time he was demobilised in 1946 he was a Sergeant in the Royal Fusiliers and had seen active service at Dunkirk, Eritrea, Abyssinia, Crete, Syria, Sicily and Cassino, Italy.
On the reconstitution of the Territorial Army in the post-war period he served as a Sergeant in the Royal Fusiliers T.A. and then the Royal Sussex Regiment T.A., Littlehampton until 1967.
Charles Stadden had been interested like most youngsters in model soldiers, but in 1951 he decided to turn his hand to their commercial
production.

This Pewter (see note) figurine which is of a vintage soldier of one of the Highland Regiments stood at ease. It is 4.3/4” (11.5 cm) tall with an oval base of approx just over 2” (50 cm) it was designed in England by Charles Stadden and stamped with the British pewter and authenticating marks.

Please note:- Pewter is an ALLOY which means it is composed of more than one metal. Most modern pewter is composed of 96 percent tin and 4 percent copper although there are many variations.

Brand:
Chas Stadden
Age:
1960-1990
Condition:
Used: very good
Country:
United Kingdom
Maker:
Stadden
Original/reproduction:
Original
Scale:
90mm
Style/period:
Vintage

Delivery & returns

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Europe: £4.80

Outside Europe: £7.00

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