Mr Jon Trice, miner from Kent, carves toy soldiers in his spare time - a great collection.
High angle shot of toy soldiers on a table cloth. Camera pans to M/S of a man (Jim Trice) sitting at a table carving metal. Several small paint tins on the table. C/U of Mr. Trice's hands cutting metal. C/U shot on his face concentrated on his work. C/U shot on Mr. Trice's hands carving a soldier.
Jim Trice's hobby is carving toy soldiers. C/U shot of Mr. Trice's hands finishing perfectly carved soldier attached to the piece of wood. C/U of Mr Trice's hand starting to paint the soldier. M/S of Mr. Trice sitting at the table, working. His wife Pauline approaches with a cup of tea. C/U of his wife's face admiring his work.
C/U shot of the paint brush finishing painting the miniature soldier's arm and face. M/S of Mrs. Trice and her friend coming to look at the displayed collection of the toy soldiers. Mr. Trice "doesn't mind being disturbed at his work". C/U shot of the hand of the woman placing the soldier on the horse. C/U shot of the woman's hand taking the helmet off soldier's head.
Several C/U shots showing soldiers from different parts of the world and different historical periods. The collection was recently exhibited in the foyer of the local cinema, says the voiceover and concludes "Jim Trice, the Kent miner, is an outstanding example of its kind.
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