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: Starlux WW2 Red Army soldiers

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Saturday, September 30, 2023

Starlux WW2 Red Army soldiers

The Starlux company comes from an artisanal toy factory in Meudon, created by Élie Tarroux in Paris in 1930. The first composition soldiers were produced by Élie Tarroux till the end of 40s. In 1946, Pierre Beffara, succeeding his father-in-law Élie Tarroux, began manufacturing figurines in plastic material. At the height of its activity, the company employed up to 250 people,many of whom worked from home to paint the figures.The company was liquidated in 1996 Some quite interesting WW2 Red Army plastic 1/32 soldiers produced by Starlux in 70s.

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