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 Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)

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PostSubject: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Fri Jan 30, 2015 8:00 pm

Some years ago Willy gave me some scans of the Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue cheers  Thanks Willy, have a kiss Wink

I always thought these were posted on STS... Suspect  I was wrong!

I don't like to be wrong, at least not for a long time Laughing  So here they are cheers

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The 70mm Farm series

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PostSubject: Re: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Fri Jan 30, 2015 8:20 pm

Ohh the drafter (3813)! Can I see photos of this one anywhere?

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PostSubject: Re: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Fri Jan 30, 2015 8:32 pm

I would love to see more, thank you:)

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PostSubject: Re: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Fri Jan 30, 2015 8:44 pm

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I would love to see more, thank you:)

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PostSubject: Re: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Sat Jan 31, 2015 9:18 am

Thank you for sharing bounce
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PostSubject: Re: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Sat Jan 31, 2015 9:32 am

My pleasure Thierry Very Happy

Check the other 1972 catalogue about the zoo references Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:12 pm

super, very beautiful and interesting to see. in what timeframe Elastolin hausser made these models anyway?

Many of these figures I had seen before, but certainly so much I did not know about, I never knew there were so many buildings
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PostSubject: Re: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:31 pm

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super, very beautiful and interesting to see. in what timeframe Elastolin hausser made these models anyway?

Many of these figures I had seen before, but certainly so much I did not know about, I never knew there were so many buildings

As I'm the main toy buildings collector here (or probably, anywhere!) I can say that apart from the huge range by Elastolin/Hausser, and their equivalents by Tipple Topple and Lineol, there were huge numbers, way more than I initially imagined, of commercially made worldwide farm/zoo/wild west/castles and other buildings than anyone would think possible between say 1920 and 1980.

Imagine the largest feasible private back garden museum room/building that a wealthy collector might have, say equivalent to a 4 car garage - it would not be possible to fit them all inside, even boxed, packed & stacked, never mind nicely displayed in cabinets.
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PostSubject: Re: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Sat Jan 31, 2015 10:14 pm

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super, very beautiful and interesting to see. in what timeframe Elastolin hausser made these models anyway?

Many of these figures I had seen before, but certainly so much I did not know about, I never knew there were so many buildings

The Hausser Elastolin plastic models were produced from 1960 to 1982 Wink

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super, very beautiful and interesting to see. in what timeframe Elastolin hausser made these models anyway?

Many of these figures I had seen before, but certainly so much I did not know about, I never knew there were so many buildings

As I'm the main toy buildings collector here (or probably, anywhere!) I can say that apart from the huge range by Elastolin/Hausser, and their equivalents by Tipple Topple and Lineol, there were huge numbers, way more than I initially imagined, of commercially made worldwide farm/zoo/wild west/castles and other buildings than anyone would think possible between say 1920 and 1980.

Imagine the largest feasible private back garden museum room/building that a wealthy collector might have, say equivalent to a 4 car garage - it would not be possible to fit them all inside, even boxed, packed & stacked, never mind nicely displayed in cabinets.

I was sure this catalogue would please you Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Sun Feb 01, 2015 9:47 am

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super, very beautiful and interesting to see. in what timeframe Elastolin hausser made these models anyway?

Many of these figures I had seen before, but certainly so much I did not know about, I never knew there were so many buildings

As I'm the main toy buildings collector here (or probably, anywhere!) I can say that apart from the huge range by Elastolin/Hausser, and their equivalents by Tipple Topple and Lineol, there were huge numbers, way more than I initially imagined, of commercially made worldwide farm/zoo/wild west/castles and other buildings than anyone would think possible between say 1920 and 1980.

Imagine the largest feasible private back garden museum room/building that a wealthy collector might have, say equivalent to a 4 car garage - it would not be possible to fit them all inside, even boxed, packed & stacked, never mind nicely displayed in cabinets.

haha, and you have such a large hall, and had used such a bag of money Wink Cool Cool Cool
tipple topple is also a predecessor of Elastolin hausser then? I think I have seen figures from there
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PostSubject: Re: Hausser Elastolin 1972 Catalogue (Farm series)   Sun Feb 01, 2015 2:12 pm

Sadly Sad Sad Sad no such hall or money.

My collection of buildings fills much space in my house, with some in stacks of banana boxes. Good job I live alone as no wife/family would tolerate it all. I would like to sell some of them to ease storage space to be able to continue to buy some of my priority old UK brands I either know or suspect exist. I have some Elastolin buildings, one Tipple Topple farm and a few other non UK ranges, but I cannot collect everything. The main mainland Europe range I would like to get a few more of are the old (1930s) Elastolin small scale farm buildings, which fit in well with my UK made farm buildings designed for use with 1:32 lead Britains & similar.

I keep many files of other buildings seen on internet, eBay and collector forums such as this, and specialist toy auction sites, so have a good idea of what was made by European and other brands.

Many buildings are not marked with a company name, and produced by tiny companies which never published catalogues, so remain as 'unknowns'. The best a collector can do with a lot of them are to match them by style/paint, so one can say something like, "These 4 buildings were all made by the same people, but I don't know who they were." One can often guess what else they made as most farm building ranges comprise a house/cottage, a barn, a cow shed, a stable, a pig sty, and a hen house. They also often incorporated the same buildings in various combinations fixed to several farmyards, and also as separate items.

Tipple Topple (in Austria) was bought out by Elastolin (Germany), but kept some extent of separate catalogue/identity.
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