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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 19, 2009
  • Channel: Auction House

You are bidding on a Discontinued Mounted Plastic Figure of Vintage HAUSSER ELASTOLIN GERMANY Toy Soldiers, Wild West, Frontier, Native American, Indian Brave Drawing Bow to the side- Mounted on Charging Horseback . Made in the late 1960's by O&M Hausser in West Germany. This plastic figure #6850-4. 40mm scale (4cm) 2 1/2" tall hand-painted plastic Traditional mounted toy soldier with original stamped base. "Elastolin Germany" is molded into the bottom of each hard polystyrene base.

Hausser's brand name of Elastolin began production of hard polystyrene plastic in place of the older sawdust-based composition material in 1955. It also introduced new lines of Roman soldiers, Huns, Vikings, Normans, 17th-century Turks, and "trappers" (cowboys) and American Indians at this time. Hausser-Elastolin also manufactured personality figures of Prince Valiant and others.

Elastolin plastic figures were manufactured in 40mm (also known as 4-cm). The Elastolin catalogs refer to the 4-cm figures as Miniatur-Soldaten.

This figure is the same scale as the AOME Tolkien figures.


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