http://www.cvmfcclub.blogspot.com/ - Official site of the Connecticut Valley Miniature Figure Collectors Club posted by collector Pat Deluhery.
http://www.dioramasworldwar.com/ - Awesome diorama site by the talented Julio Martinez of larger scale 1/6 figures for WWII. A "must see", he is one of the best.
http://www.ospreypublishing.com/ -Publisher of the most important series of publications regarding uniforms, equipment, battles from Ancient times to Modern era. These are essential tools for teh hobbyist trying to create period armies with the correct uniforms.
http://partners.esources.co.uk/category/399/ - Distributor of unusual 54mm soldiers from around the world.
www.freewebs.com/robsoldiers/ - Brand new collector's website from Australia by Robert Chapman.
www.geocities.com/terry1813/ - One of the best World War I wargaming sites out there. Great Photos of expansive trnech warfare terrain and an unbelievable amount of airwar elements!! Enjoy.
www.toyepics.com - Great site, using toy soldiers as story telling and teaching tools in the classroom. A must see.
www.7thKompany.com - Model distributer Carlos da Costas' website. Unusual WWII items.
www.sdsoldiers.com - Great supplier of 54mm plastic figures; also producing their own line of figures for Civil War, and WWII. Also Professional Dioramas with Civil War and the Alamo as themes.
www.playsetaddict.com - diorama photography of Joseph Baker. Great scenes of the Civil War, the Alamo, 7th Cavalry and Sioux, and WWII.
www.michtoy.com - diorama supplies and diorama examples.
www.tinytoys.com.au - Australian based toy company.
www.infinitequest.net - if you enjoyed my fantasy armies page, you'll love this site!!!! Great way to connect with others interested in that aspect of the hobby.
www.toysoldierco.com - supplier of hand-painted figures, as well as a wide range of unpainted 54mm plastic figures from all time periods; also huge playsets of figures and accutrements; loads of diorama supplies as well.
www.skirmisher.com -Online gaming Magazine. Fun website for the wargamer. Excellent source for wargaming rules, especially for their Skirmisher and Chevauche gaming systems. They also have nice photos of their miniatures in gaming mode, and dioramas.
www.plasticunderground.net - Unique 54mm figures created by Jason Pope. Essential for any Civil War 54mm collector. No diorama is complete for this period without these figures. These figures are reasonably priced and will completely animate your "battlefields." These figures can also be used for Franco-Prussian War figures and Mid-19th Century Brazilian, Argentinian, and Uruguayan units of the Paraguayan Wars period. Jason's latest figures are some of his best: some of the best U.S. Mexican War infantry ever produced!!!; awesome Teutonic Knights; and for all of you 54mm medieval collectors who never can get enough archers....Man o Man does he have archers!!! Once again some of the best out there. Everyone's medieval armies should get several sets!
www.georgerrmartin.com - Excellent medieval dioramas by the noted author George R.R. Martin. ...and make sure you pick up one of his books, he's a fabulous writer as well.
www.scalelink.co.uk/acatalog/Heads_and_Arms3.html. For those of you attempting figure conversions try this company. Great heads for WWI, also can be used for Boxer Rebellion European and Japanese units, and Franco-Prussian War(examples on my Franco Prussian War page). The Belgian shakos can also be used for mid-19th Century Austrian units.
www.soldierpac.com . Another great company providing heads and arms which can be used for figure conversions. I have used these extensively for units from the Napoleonic/War oif 1812 period through European Wars of the 19th Century, and Colonial troops of the various world powers. I also put together a nice regiment of Turkish Crimean War troops, a Ghurkha platoon, and a French Indo-chinese colonial troops with matelots and there are more conversions on the way. Check it out. Tell "Steve" at Soldierpac that Joe Carvalho sent you....
http://tinbay.com -Tinbay.com - produces collectible toy soldiers, tin soldiers, tin and lead soldiers, historical figures and military historical miniatures more then 10 years. Their catalog includes about 1000 figures of Napoleonic era, Samurais, Knights, Old Romans and Ninja.
www.allthekingsmentoysoldiers.com - Great website by Ken Cliffe for those who want tips on making conversions of 54mm figures. Ken also will create conversions, or provides a painting service for those without the time , skill , or inclination to do the conversions for themselves. He has also put together some playable rules for 18th Century- 19th Century 54mm wargaming.
www.soldadosgalileo.com.ar - Great website offering unique figures for Latin American Armies. Quality figures and hard to find military units for collectors, dioramacists, or wargamers. For those who haven't taken the time as yet, it would be worth while to read more about South American Military history, it will open your eyes to a aspect of history too often ignored by American historians.