This site is created for collectors of mainly composition vintage toy soldiers produced by great toy makers of the past: Elastolin, Hausser, Lineol, Durso, Kienel, Starlux, Leyla, Schusso, Armee, Trico, Duro, Durolin, NB, Triumph, GJ and many others.

Toy soldiers and real battles: Unknown makers of composition soldiers: Armee

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Sunday, June 28, 2020

Unknown makers of composition soldiers: Armee

In 1938, Albert Heid established Armee company in Roth (Bavaria). Armee was one of the German makers of composition soldiers (base stamp: ARMEE). The Armee composition mass was made from wood flour, glue, kaolin and dextrin. The mass was heated to 60 ° C, air dried, deburred and painted by hand (partly in the Roth prison). Armee stopped producing toys in 1943 and after the war converted to mass baby dolls and chicken farm figures. The Armee toy production came to the end in 1953. Armee composition soldiers are comparatively rare. I have these two German infantrymen ...


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