Below are some links which may be of interest. The focus is on metal 54mm traditional glossy toy soldiers. If you know of a link which should be added, please contact us.
A. General Interest
The Little Wars Yahoo! Group: For those who are interested in wargaming with toy soldiers, this is a great place to exchange views with like-minded people.
Toy Soldier On Line Gallery: There are pictures, links, and much else of interest at this excellent site.
An Article at Forbes.com about the Forbes Collection: If ever you get the chance, visit the Forbes Collection in NYC.
John Tunstill's World of Model Soldiers: This is the site by the (former) proprietor of Soldier's Soldiers. He has a web blog, a listing of Soldier's Soldiers for sale, and a description of his toy soldier museum in Italy.
Geoffrey Duin's Toy Soldier Site: Lots of old Britains from a personal collection.
Toy Soldier & Model Figurine Magazine: One of the premiere magazines for toy soldier collectors.
Rick King's Collection: The site of an Australian collector, with lots of interesting pictures.
The W. Britain Toy Soldiers Home: Lots of good pictures of sets, and browseable catalogs.
Milihistriot Quarterly: A great site for all sorts of things!
The Toy Soldier: A museum in Pennsylvania with 35,000 toy soldiers, and a place to shop.
Randy's Toy Soldier Gallery: A Berkeley, California colllector of Britains.
Vintage Castings: The folks who put on the big East Coast Toy Soldier show.
Toy Soldier Chat: A discussion group for toy soldier collectors.
Old Toy Soldier Home: Trophy, Imperial, Mignot new & old, and more from this California shop.
Green's Collectables: New Jersey dealer.
Unique Collections: Great shop for Britains in Greenwich, UK.
MKL Models: The site of the Guards Toy Soldier Shop in London.
The Armoury of St. James: London shop.
Peter Dale's Site Dealer based in Leeds, UK.
Newbury Toys: Steadfast, Britains, Trophy, and more - based in London.
Little Lead Soldiers: Peter Davis' company in Cambridgeshire, UK.
Rosedale Figures: Company based in Scotland.
Peter Nathan: Australia-based dealer.
The Toy Soldier Company: Dealer based in New Jersey.
Maitland Toy Soldier Shoppe: Based in Canada.
Treefrog Treasures: Minnesota Toy Soldier Shop.
Maison Militaire: Based in Yorkshire.
Old Tin Soldier Shoppe: Based in Houston, Texas.
Dutkins Collectables: Toy soldiers and 54mm moulds from New Jersey.
Sierra Toy Soldier Company: Based in northern California.
London Bridge Toys: Producer of recast Britains (and more) in Pennsylvania.
Trophy of Texas: Dealer handling Trophy of Wales soldiers for the US.
Soldier Pac: Lots of good recasts!
ACW Toy Soldiers: Features Edmund's Traditional Toy Soldiers and Red Coat Miniatures.
The Hobby Bunker: Toy soldier shop in Boston Massachusetts.
Maison Militaire Belge: Alain De Vleminck's site from Brussels.
W.Britains.com: An authorized online dealer of the new Britains soldiers.
Drummer Boy Toy Soldiers: Based in Hawaii - a dealer who also produces some Hawaiian troops.
Saimex Toy Soldiers: Italian dealer located in Carpi, Italy.
Bill's Bands: Bands of every description.
Heritage Toy Soldiers: From Booragoon, Western Australia - has Pearce, Montford, and other lines.
The Toy Soldier Shop of Washington DC: Has traditional toy soldiers plus his own line.
Le Petit Soldat: US distributor of Lucotte and Mignot, plus others.
Brunton's Barracks: A dealerin Prescott, AZ - lots of Britains and other things.
Toy Soldier Barracks: Dealer for many types of toy soldiers, traditionals among them.
C. Casting and Moulds
Dutkins Collectables: Toy soldiers and 54mm moulds from New Jersey.
Prince August Moulds: Moulds for 54mm traditional toy soldiers, 40mm semi-rounds, some Holger Ericsson classics, and some others.
Castings/Miniature Molds: Moulds of various types and casting supplies from Washington State.
The Dunken Company: US distributor for Prince August and creator of ACW and other moulds.
The Home Casting Yahoo! Group: A new discussion group for those who cast their own figures or want to learn how.
Berliner Zinnfiguren: The 40m semi-round moulds of Neurnberger Meisterzinn as well as some Schildkrot and others
Scott J. Dummitt Presents: Canadian toy soldiers made in Ontario.
Hampton Miniatures: Boutique toy soldiers from my native state, New Hampshire.
Picklehaub Miniatures: Australian toy soldiers, with a nice German 1900 range.
Beau Geste: New toy soldiers from Argentina.
Tarrant's Toy Soldiers: Unique toy soldiers from Bristol, UK.
WM Hocker: Classic soldiers from the Bay Area.
CBG Mignot: The official site of the major French manufacturer.
John Eden Studios: New toy soldiers based on the Rose moulds and others.
Shenandoah Traditionals: ACW soldiers.
Ted Toy Miniatures: ACW, US Marine Corps, and more.
Tommy Atkins: WWI soldiers from the UK.
Ron Wall Miniatures: American Civil War miniatures.
Sarum Soldiers: This UK company makes a great line of the World's Imperial Powers at the turn of the century. Some painted figures - many as castings.
Nickolson Toy Soldiers: An Ohio-based company making highlanders, Dervishes, and some WWII figures.
Marlborough Military Models: Well-established line of new toy soldiers.
Little Legion Model Soldiers: Zulu War and Napoleonic soldiers from the UK.
All the Queen's Men: Derek Cross' UK toy soldiers.
Steadfast Soldiers: More traditionals from the UK.
Aaron Bower's ACW Soldiers: Matt-finish toy soldiers of the American Civil War in 54mm and 25mm.
Langley Models: They make all kinds of models, but traditional toy soldiers are among them.
Alma Figures: Crimean war soldiers from the UK by Mike Easton.
Ducal: Traditional toy soldiers for traditional topics: guards, infantry of the line, ceremonial, scottish, etc.
Asset Miniatures: Traditional glossy soldiers on traditional themes, from 1900 to the present. Many non-military sets as well.
Little Lead Soldiers: Many different traditional soldiers, plus James Bond, pop stars, Alice in Wonderland, and much more. Many different scales. (These guys did the battle scenes from the James Bond movie, for those who know which one...)
Irregular Miniatures: Maker of many scales of figures, including 42mm and 54mm toy soldiers, available both unpainted and painted. In their 42mm line, there are some very interesting soldiers inspired by old Heyde and Haffner figures.
Dorset: Traditional toy soldiers covering many Victorian campaigns, including some new Metis.
ScaleLink Ltd (March Past): Producers of the March Past soldiers, they also produce lots of useful cast items.
Au Plat Detain (CBG Mignot): This is the Paris boutique and online site for CBG Mignot's output. Great pictures of all of its sets, covering a wide range from Ancients to modern military and police. Also includes ranges of popular French artists and even a "Paris Nights" cabaret range.
Alexanders Toy Soldiers: Traditional toy soldiers from the UK with an emphasis on Napoleonics, but with some useful civilians as well.
PNF Figurines: Australian producer - appears to make both connoiseur and more traditional figures.
J.S. Dietz Toy Soldiers: You may remember these from the 90s - they are available again. Now restricted to Zulu War and WWI topics, with a Northwest Frontier range on the way, these are only available from their creator.
Great Britain & The Empire (GBE) Toy Soldiers: A comprehensive range of traditional subjects, along with some useful spare parts, from the UK.
Macs Military Models: A mix of soldiers - some recast - from a wide variety of periods. Based in Ohio.