LINEOL WW1 CAVALRY- MARCHING BAND TOY SOLDIER SET-63 PCS RARE!!!
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Made by Lineol of Elastolin composition WW1 toy soldiers were manufactured in Germany by Lineol since the early twentieth century and continued on for nearly 50 years. These were made with Fabulous detail in Germany between 1920-1940. Original paint and considered in excellent condition. IF YOU CAN FIND THEM anymore these rare toy MARCHING soldiers sell for $75-$95 each US and HORSES WITH MEN for $125+ US each! (+US Shipping) This VERY RARE 63 PC set includes the following... 1- Guard Post building 2- German WW1 Original National metal flags HORSE MEN: 15- Horses- 1- is a riderless tribute 14- Riders as follows... 1- Timpani rider and 1- set of drums 2- Spear men riders 3- Guard riders 3- Brass player riders- 2- Tuba, 1- French Horn 3- Trumpet player riders 2- Flag men riders 14 TOTAL RIDING MEN 15 TOTAL HORSES 33 TOTAL PIECES MARCHING BAND SOLDIERS: 2- Marching Conductors 3- Bass Drum marching men 4- Snare Drum marching men 3- Cymbal marching men 3- Clarinet marching men 5- French Horn marching men 3- Tuba marching men 3- Flute marching men 2- Trumpet marching men 30 TOTAL MARCHING MEN 63 TOTAL PIECES TO THE SET! I am not interested in breaking up this set or trades. IF YOU ARE SEEING THIS AD THE ITEM IS STILL AVAILABLE! ADS ARE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ITEM SELLS. Canada Post Tracked, Insured Shipping is possible for most items by quotation as are secure online payment features to RESERVE this item just for you! Drop us an email or Text your name and Postal Code to the number below. I ship world wide every Mon. Wed. & Friday and Combined Shipping SAVES YOU MONEY. If planning on picking up your item Text your name to 403.586.2315 or call to plan your visit, for a map, to let us know your planned time to stop by, or see the map included in every ad. CASH OR ETRANSFER ONLY. CLICK ON "VIEW POSTERS OTHER ADS" TO SEE WHATS ALL FOR SALE. Centrally located near Didsbury QE2 Exit 326- 6 miles east of QE2 on HWY 582, 1 mile south on Range Road 282. Paved all the way. GOOGLE THE BUD BARN MUSEUM OR NEAPOLIS ALBERTA AND IT WILL BRING YOU RIGHT HERE. NEED MORE ITEM DESCRIPTION??? READ ON...! Although their appearance seemed fragile they were tough and resistant to damage. The paint used on these figures held up quite well over the years although some fading and chipping may have occurred through play. The process is quite simple, involving a machined brass mold and a cereal-like mixture of wood flour, kaolin and animal glue that is pressed into both halves and a thin wire having been bent to the proper shape is inserted; after which the molds are joined, air- dried and heated to cure the figures. Many of the composition figures produced were of a larger size than their metal counterparts. The most popular sizes were from 8cm (approximately 3 3/16”) to 10.5cm (approximately 4 1/2”). Both companies produced a vast array of military toy soldiers along with civilian animals and scenic’s. Text me preferred and suggested for better communication and faster responses at 403.586.2315. Tom