Here's another collection of life-size toy soldiers from the Arms & Armor room of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ain't you glad these suits are no longer in style?
More Museum Knights HERE.
Unable to place these little buggers, I consulted sees-all, knows-all toy solider collector Cap'n Bob Napier, and he delivered the poop. They belong to the line of Cherilea swoppets, made in Great Britain beginning in the '60s. The line also made knights and cowboys and Indians and cavalrymen and baditos, among others, and all look a little awkward. I believe there were six poses in the space guy set, but I possess only these three, which is, of course, a ding danged shame.