OFFERED FOR SALE IS A COLLECTION OF 12 RARE ORIGINAL
ELASTOLIN (LINEOL/HAUSSER) & UNMARKED THIRD REICH S/SA/HJ COMPOSITION FIGURES
FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR AUTHENTICITY
Offered for sale is this great collection of original Third Reich Elastolin figures, consists of:
1x SA man flag bearer (very rare), 5x SA men from the marching band all with different instruments, 5x SA men marching, 1x NSKK motorcyclist (very rare) – a total of 12 figures. All pre-1945 production. Some are made by Elastolin and some are unmarked, but also guaranteed pre-1945 German production.
Elastolin is a trademark used by the German company O&M Hausser (O&M Haußer) for the toy soldiers and other types of figures it manufactured from composite material and later from plastic. The Hausser firm was founded in 1904 by Christian Hausser and his sons Otto and Max. The factory was situated in Ludwigsburg near Stuttgart. Production of all figures (and all other toys) was interrupted when the German economy was put on a “total war” footing in 1943. Limited production of composition figures resumed several years after the end of World War II in 1945. Hausser continued to use the brand name Elastolin when it began production of figures in a hard polystyrene plastic in 1955 while production of figures in the older sawdust-based composition material continued into the year 1969. Hausser production of plastic figures continued through 1982. The company filed for bankruptcy in June 1983 and ceased production by the end of the year.
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