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PostSubject: Re: Sammlung Torsten Berg   Thu Dec 15, 2011 1:24 pm

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WOW! Torsten, what site is that ? Do you have a link ? Shocked

Hello Susanne,

this is only offline for me :)
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PostSubject: Re: Sammlung Torsten Berg   Thu Dec 15, 2011 5:12 pm

Your collections of Lineol figures are wonderful!

They are made of a plaster or clay material? Is that why they are fragile?

Do they have a "stamp" on the underside that says Lineol or is it just a knowledgeable person recognizes the figures when they come up for sale?

They are great figures!


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PostSubject: Re: Sammlung Torsten Berg   Fri Dec 16, 2011 7:16 am

Hello,

Lineol figurines made of a mixture of stone dust, clay, glue .. something .. with a wire frame in the innersite ... i dont know the real dispensing of the material .. the figurines sold as unbreakable but with the times the wire rusts due to the humidity ... that the reason while they are fragile

the earlieer (till 1950) was marked with Lineol or Lineol germany .. after that only with Germany or nothing .. the first animals .. I have to look ...

There is a good but quit expensive collectors catalog available by Raue with good photos ...

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Your collections of Lineol figures are wonderful!

They are made of a plaster or clay material? Is that why they are fragile?

Do they have a "stamp" on the underside that says Lineol or is it just a knowledgeable person recognizes the figures when they come up for sale?

They are great figures!


flower ~ Sue
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PostSubject: NEW: white Elephants of PLAHO   Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:06 am

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PostSubject: Re: Sammlung Torsten Berg   Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:43 am

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Congratulation for your new albinos!! albino

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PostSubject: Re: Sammlung Torsten Berg   Thu Jan 12, 2012 6:50 am

Plahotiere wrote: "There is a good but quite expensive collectors catalog available by Raue with good photos ..."



Thankyou so much for the information about the figures. I always like to learn new things and enjoy these older figures.

What is the name of the collectors catalog? I tried to find it on Amazon.com, but had no luck. I am thinking it may not even be in English.

Someone on Ebay.com just sold quite a few Lineol figures for a total price of $550.00
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I am sure they were well worth the price, but not something I could afford right now. (I just bought a bunch of Papo at that 50% off sale on ebay.com) But they are absolutely wonderful to see! Like your figures.

I also like the Plaho figures. Are all the figures white?

~ Sue

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PostSubject: Re: Sammlung Torsten Berg   Thu Jan 12, 2012 9:08 am

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Someone on Ebay.com just sold quite a few Lineol figures for a total price of $550.00
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I am sure they were well worth the price, but not something I could afford right now.
I saw that one, I was oogling over them. But the price Shocked The only Lineol I'd really like at the moment is their Caribou though drunken

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PostSubject: Re: Sammlung Torsten Berg   Sun Jan 15, 2012 4:27 pm

her ist he link to the Lineol Catalog

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a lot of pictures and a little bit of text .. unfortanaly only in German

the white Plaho figurines are very rare .. the mostly are in the traditional colors as the Elephants in grey for instance

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Plahotiere wrote: "There is a good but quite expensive collectors catalog available by Raue with good photos ..."



Thankyou so much for the information about the figures. I always like to learn new things and enjoy these older figures.

What is the name of the collectors catalog? I tried to find it on Amazon.com, but had no luck. I am thinking it may not even be in English.

Someone on Ebay.com just sold quite a few Lineol figures for a total price of $550.00
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
I am sure they were well worth the price, but not something I could afford right now. (I just bought a bunch of Papo at that 50% off sale on ebay.com) But they are absolutely wonderful to see! Like your figures.

I also like the Plaho figures. Are all the figures white?

~ Sue

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PostSubject: Re: Sammlung Torsten Berg   Sun Jan 15, 2012 6:13 pm

Thank you so much for the link to the book.

175 Euros...does Band II mean second printing? I can't afford the book right now...so I will have to hope it is available when I have saved up my $ and just have to continue to learn as I go. study Wink

The forum where the book is available should have lots of information too.
Looks like I am going to have to learn some German (a new language at my age confused ) ~ drunken

Thank you cheers

~ Sue
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