The Soldiers toy soldiers can be defined simply splendid from an aesthetic point of view, and this thanks to the fact that the graphic realization has been very accurate in every detail, which will make these various models particularly appreciated by collectors.
Starting from the simplest models, that is those of the Roman warriors, we can immediately say that these have been made with great care: although they are not in lead, but in simple semi-rigid plastic, a characteristic that therefore penalizes them from the point of view of resistance, the soldiers representing the Roman warriors, right from the facial features, which seem concentrated and at the same time tense for the task to be carried out in battle, are equipped with a helmet with a lot of protection that allows you to see the face of the miniatures, a shield complete with scratches, which indicate that the warrior has participated in many battles, and with the sword, with some reproductions that have small bloodstains, naturally painted, both on the tip of the sword and on the armor.
We then move on to the most recent warrior soldiers, that is the warriors of the two World Wars: premising that these reproductions are all made of hard plastic, starting from the soldier to the weapons he holds in his hands, the part of the reproduction that manages to hit more is the uniform, which was made with many details, and in some models it is also possible to notice very small tears, made voluntarily and which, as in the case of Roman warriors, symbolize the fact that the soldier took part in many battles. There are also a great variety of soldiers, in different positions: there will be not only the classic soldiers, that is those who show up with weapons in hand, those who point their weapon at the enemy and those who instead are quietly waiting for orders, but there will also be sniper soldiers, who are represented in a supine position with a sniper rifle in hand while looking at the viewfinder, soldiers holding two-way radios in their hands to warn their comrades about any enemy movements, soldiers who are about to launch hand grenades, soldiers who despair because they have been defeated, reproduced in a kneeling position as if begging the enemy not to be eliminated and soldiers who, wounded, hold the part hit by the enemy.
A small defect can be attributed to the base on which the toy soldiers rest: this in fact turns out to be quite soft and therefore much less resistant than the rest of the soldier's body, a base that from a certain point of view could annoy the owner of the model at the moment. which must place the soldier on the imaginary battlefield.