The synonym of perfection almost falls on the Verlinden toy soldiers, and this because there are a small series of defects that do not allow the various models to be defined as perfect, such as the lack of conviction in the realization of their facial expressions, which often leave to be desired.
Made with hard and resistant elements, mainly composed of lead with few plastic parts, these toy soldiers have a very detailed visual compartment, with the exclusion as mentioned before of some models whose face does not always give the impression that they are characters ready for war: among all the models certainly stand out those representing the knights of the Middle Ages, equipped with armor and shiny swords, represented not only in static poses, that is stationary, but also in other positions that reproduce the phases of the battle, such as the model where one of the two knights is about to give the coup de grace to the opponent, the one where one of the two holds the other hostage by pointing his weapon at his throat or the one where the knight, together with his trusted steed, slips and falls to the ground , simply represented with the horse on the ground and the rider next to each other.
Speaking instead of more recent times, it is easy to notice the presence of the classic soldiers, among which those of the Allied troops stand out: all these soldiers obviously have to be painted by hand. A special mention should be made to a particular class of models, namely that of pirates: there will in fact be several figures of pirates, many of which are equipped with a girdle, hat and sword, depicted while they are about to board the enemy ships, all figures made in "1/32" scale.
The locations produced for the Verlinden toy soldiers are of different types: there will in fact be the homes of civilians, made up of resin materials to be assembled, rich in details such as the broken windows for those houses that were victims of the bombings, and other buildings such as the church, the shop also destroyed by bombing and, speaking of more recent times, the villages of Vietnam, all made of ceramic and therefore with a greater level of delicacy.
In addition to the soldiers, pirates and knights there are also spare weapons for the soldiers: these were made of lead, and have a degree of shine and a high level of detail that makes them seem real, as if they had real miniature rifles.
Finally we must talk about the means of war: in particular the model of Aircraft protagonist of the Second World War, made in "1/32" scale and therefore large enough, completely to be assembled, equipped with a rotating propeller made entirely of hard plastic, complete with a trolley in which there are wheels to make it land and an opening cabin for the pilot.