|| Products from FIRST GEAR
View: By latest product added | By earliest product added
Below are some of the products FIRST GEAR has shared with ToyDirectory and TDmonthly
This 1:50-scale version of the International TD-15 crawler features diecast metal rolling track and authentic engine detail, plus an umbrella and a blade and hitch. The product fits on the trailer of the 1:50 Ford F-800 Truck and Trailer. It is also available in a red variety that comes with a hitch but no blade. Launch date: November 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10149 (added 11/17/2006)
The American Army had adopted this striking Continental flag by the time of the Battle of Yorktown in 1781, commemorated in this 1-piece set.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8711 (added 7/25/2006)
This one-piece set features Alexander Hamilton, who commanded the American Light Infantry during the 1781 Battle of Yorktown.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8710 (added 7/25/2006)
This historically accurate set features the first two Victoria Cross (British equivalent of the Medal of Honor) winners of WWI and sandbag emplacement, Mons, 1914. W. Britain is the oldest toy soldier company in continuous production. Presidents (Ronald Reagan), prime ministers (Winston Churchill), movie stars (Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.) and prominent business people (Malcolm Forbes) have all collected W. Britain figures. "Britain soldiers are still popular because they appeal to the kid in a lot of us ... especially with the older generation that grew up with them as toys," Richard Walker, general manager of W. Britain, told TDmonthly. "With the newer generation of collectors, they appeal because of their artistic quality and the detail in the painting. They think it's interesting to learn about history." Launch date: December 2, 2005.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5671 (added 11/22/2005)
Created for a W. Britain Salutes the British Army event in London, this figure is a Private, British 1st Foot Guards, 1805 and is from Britain's The History of the British Army line. W. Britain has been in continuous production for 112 years. This figure is new for 2006 and will be available on December 2, 2005.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5670 (added 11/22/2005)
Two finely sculpted G.I.s in the 1/32 scale park themselves behind a barrier and point a machine gun toward the enemy. Authentic details include helmets and backpacks, along with a revolver and holster. First Gear acquired the 112-year-old W. Britains toy soldier company in September 2005. A complete list of 2006 products will be available early this month.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5669 (added 11/22/2005)
This set depicts the Battle of Gaines Mill, Va., June 27, 1862. Based on the painting by Dale Gallon, the set features Brigadier General John Bell Hood leading the Fourth Texas regiment through the Union line at the battle of Gaines Mill. This limited edition includes six figures with scenic base. This set will be available for 2006, starting on December 2, 2005. W. Britain is the oldest toy soldier company in continuous production and has been collected by luminaries such as Ronald Reagan, Winston Churchill and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5586 (added 11/18/2005)
Editorial Calendar Events & Trade Shows Media Kit Request Product Information PlayZak®
Look up Manufacturers at ToyDirectory.com®
Copyright © 2015 TDmonthly®, a division of TOYDIRECTORY.com®, Inc.