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.
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Not many of our collectors are aware of this, but the existence of this special Lineol for the NSFK has been confirmed several times and was already researched and documented in 1987 after the sensational auction offer of a Berlin auction house. The following article shall explain and describe this unique representation of these figures to new and interested collectors. About 25 marchers from this series have reappeared in various auction houses in the last 10 years. There ...
The Lineol crew for the Tipp&Co Führer's car
The Tipp&Co "Führer's car" certainly also had a high playful character. It is very detailed and one of the most beautiful and popular vehicles, certainly also because it can be traded as a civilian vehicle. The car was in such high demand that even well-known manufacturers like Hausser and Lineol added their own crews to their range. However, apart from the numerous Tipp&Co and Elastolin figures, only very few examples of Lineol are known. These will be presented in the ...
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-wheel armoured scout car from Hausser/Elastolin and their replicas
The following article is intended to provide collectors with more detailed information on the 8-wheel armoured scout vehicle from Hausser. Especially at a time when there are not many of us left who know the vehicle from their childhood, it is all the more important to give the new collectors some clarity. Especially when manufacturers of replicas come up with new editions.
History of the O. & M. Hausser Company
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 ...