"Vintage William Britain toy soldiers Egyption infantry on parade x Seller also describes them as being "repainted and repaired at some point". They look like homecasts or something- not remotely the real thing.
"6 Unusually matte finished Royal Marines. In great shape except for two bayonets missing. Paint is not newer and these may be from the Paris office who did not always conform to Britains guidelines for painting. I believe they are from set 1284 The bases state: (Hard to see in photos) BRITAINS LTD PROPRIETORS DEPOSE COPYRIGHT" Paris Office production ended before the 1920s. That body was only used from 1938 for Royal Marines. Set 1284 was first issued in 1933.
VINTAGE BRITAINS LEAD TOY SOLDIER - SCOTTISH GUARDS 100% ORIGINAL FIGURE IN THIS SALE: VINTAGE BRITAINS LEAD TOY SOLDIER - SCOTTISH GUARDS 100% ORIGINAL FIGURE MAKE IS BRITIANS
VINTAGE BRITAINS LEAD TOY - OFFICER / MAN - 100% ORIGINAL FIGURE - Q 74 IN THIS SALE: VINTAGE BRITAINS LEAD TOY - OFFICER / MAN / NEWSPAPER BOY MAKE IS BRITIANS
VINTAGE BRITAINS TOY SOLDIERS - NAVY - 100% ORIGINAL FIGURE - Q 263 Seller information collectiful_classics (12092 ) 99.8% Positive feedback IN THIS SALE: VINTAGE BRITAINS TOY SOLDIERS - NAVY - 100% ORIGINAL FIGURE MAKE IS BRITIANS FIGURE IS ABOUT 2" TALL (NOT A NEW REPRODUCTION CAST, THIS IS A VINTAGE TOY
Condition: Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of ... Read more Brand: Britains Type: Soldier Material: Lead Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom Soldier Type: Infantry [These are very attractive conversions (new heads with sennet hats from figure 26C or 19N), and probably recast, of the sailors in Britains set 79. Nice paintwork, shame about the misattribution]
on Etsy... "Britains Lead Indian Soldier This old pre wear lead figure of a indian man sat on a stool washing is in good condition though does have some paint loss from play. I think this he is from the Indian Army as wearing a white uniform with brown boots." (Milkmaid by Taylor & Barrett, prewar)