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Army Men No Equivalent No Equivalent A recent distinction refering to unpainted plastic toy soldiers, often copies of proprietory makes, sold cheaply in poly bags which makes them popular with wargamers who require sizeable instant armies. Name derived form Toy Importers Co. First made in Germany in the s where they were superceeded by the Solid toy soldier. Produced 54mm kit figures in cream acetate mostly Napoleonic as well as 25mm wargaming pieces. Here are the links to my other pages. Peculiar to the US where they were sold through "five and dime" stores from the s to s. Founder Nicholas Kove wanted the company to have a name begining with an A so that it would be near the top of trade directories.
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They went on to make the first toy soldiers for Elastolin. The purpose of this site is to show something of the wide diversity of toy soldiers that have been manufactured worldwide in a variety of different materials, included are book reviews and images of the toy soldier as made by the following manufacturers. In my case, when I was four years old I spent some time in hospital and whenever my parents or other relatives came to visit they always brought me some new figures. Made from a mixture of sawdust and glue formed around a wire armature. Also manufactured in France, Belgium and extensively in Italy where they are known as Pasta figures. Most common figures are Hoplites and Evzones sold as tourist souveniers. Early plastic figures carry the Zang trademark M overprinted with Z which looks like a Y in a square box this was later replaced with the Herald trademark.
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Brief history of toy soldiers from the toy soldier company
Cast in metal, usually an alloy, which cools and sets first where it touches the mould, the excess molten metal is then poured out leaving a hollow figure. Name derived from Wendan Manufacturing, mostly made copies of Quiralu under licence also some original designs such as a tiger hunt produced for Timpo. Founder Nicholas Kove wanted the company to have a name begining with an A so that it would be near the top of trade directories. Cast in solid metal usually lead and most common in Germany during the 19th and early 20th Century. Please contact us to let us know what you have. Army Men No Equivalent No Equivalent A recent distinction refering to unpainted plastic toy soldiers, often copies of proprietory makes, sold cheaply in poly bags which makes them popular with wargamers who require sizeable instant armies.
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