The collector's catalogue contains figures and accessories of the manufacturers Haußer and Lineol. For this purpose, the former catalogues and price lists of the manufacturers were evaluated. In addition, important collections were sighted in order to catalog the figurine range of these manufacturers as comprehensively as possible. As far as possible, the figures and accessories were photographed from several sides to give the best possible impression to the collectors. The catalogue already contains 10.084 pictures of figures and accessories and is constantly updated. PREMIUM members are shown the pictures in high resolution and have an additional zoom function.
In our archive you will find 250 copies of dealer catalogues, sales catalogues, leaflets, price lists, order lists and many other original documents from former figure manufacturers with a total of 4.777 pages. These are shown to our PREMIUM members in high resolution so that they can browse through the old catalogues as they wish.
In addition, these original sources were linked to the figures and accessories of the collector's catalogue, so that the proof of the former production period can be kept here.
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The BASIC membership is free of charge and you do not incur any obligations with your registration. As a registered member you get access to the whole figure catalogue. In addition, the pictures are displayed here in higher resolution. Furthermore you have the possibility to get in contact with other collectors via the website and to add your own offers to the sales list. However, new offers on the sales list will only be displayed with a delay of 24 hours.
As a PREMIUM member you get full access to all possibilities on the Toy Soldier Gallery. Among other things, this provides you with a zoom function for images in the figures catalogue. This allows you to recognize even small details on the figures well. In addition, the catalogue images in the archive are also displayed in high resolution with a zoom function. As a PREMIUM member you also have the possibility to manage your collection via the Toy Soldier Gallery and to create your own search list. New offers on the sales list are immediately displayed to you without delay.
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On May 1, 1904, Christian Hausser, a master craftsman from Ludwigsburg, bought the company “Müller & Freyer Kurz- und Spielwarenhandlung en gros,” for his sons Otto and Max. By 1910 the company was supplying (besides educational and party games) nearly unbreakable, three-dimensional toy soldiers from its own production line.
In 1912, Max and Otto Hausser sold the part of the company that was responsible for wholesale and carried on with the rest of the company ...
Hausser / Elastolin Catalogues
Until its bankruptcy in 1983, Hausser had published extensive catalogues on the range of figures and accessories it produced. Catalogues were published both for dealers (resellers) and for end consumers. In addition, there are also price sheets and order lists in which the entire range of figurines was listed according to manufacturer numbers. On certain occasions - new publications or trade fairs - flyers with the respective figurines were also published.
hello i'm ernie gallegos from usa.. see pictures of german soldier - elastolin.. i can't find it in catalogue list. i need your help to looking for it and find it for me and number or c-tsg no#.. thank you and appreciation it.. - ernst
The 8.8cm Flak (Flugabwehrkanone = anti aircraft gun) was one of the most effective and feared German guns of the Second World War especially in ground combat. Thousands of enemy tanks may have been destroyed by this weapon and it was also highly successful as an anti-aircraft weapon. This gun had been in development since 1928 and was available to the army by 1933. It was first used in Spain during the civil war (1936-39). Of the types 18, 36 and 37, there were 10,930 guns ...
Figure Series by Hausser / Elastolin and Lineol
When collectors talk about their hobby of collecting composition toy soldiers, they usually refer to the 7 and 7.5 cm scale models as being their favourite. These have been the most collected sizes for many years. The reason is probably that these types of composition figures are the most common and they are easy to find. Also there are enough catalogues available to identify which models have been produced. However, this size stands at the very end of the pre Second World ...