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Again Yolanda, a Spanish brand from Hospitalet Llobregat!
The few I know about this brand is in another tread and, as nobody knows it... I'll show you a mammal! Off course has not the quality of the usual brands, but I
think that is new and it may someday have a boom! :bom :

Actually, scientists are classifying white tailed deers in the same species of red deers... perhaps the reason that made Schleich to retire the red deers to have not two families from the same species!Suspect

Here is it with the Papo Kudu to see the size! rendeer

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Congrats Roger, he's really nice and big too! sunny
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Oooh, it is LOVELY I love you I love you I love you
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Very beautiful. It is the same mold as the AAA Deer.
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Very beautiful. It is the same mold as the AAA Deer.

Interesting ! Maybe they are connected ?
- no wonder I like it, - I usually find the AAAs very charming Laughing
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Very beautiful. It is the same mold as the AAA Deer.
rendeer - Thanks Harriet, Rio and Susanne!

Very intersting! Are you talking about this great deer? I think you'll recognise it!

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PostSubject: Re: Hello Yolanda my deer!   Hello Yolanda my deer! EmptyWed Nov 10, 2010 11:36 pm

Here´s my AAA deer

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PostSubject: Re: Hello Yolanda my deer!   Hello Yolanda my deer! EmptyThu Nov 11, 2010 9:18 am

It means, there is another company like Nayab in China which provide models to different brands...

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PostSubject: Re: Hello Yolanda my deer!   Hello Yolanda my deer! EmptyFri Nov 12, 2010 1:54 am

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It means, there is another company like Nayab in China which provide models to different brands...

You're right, Christophe!
Someday I'll buy a zebra or other common animal to confirm it with you because I don't know the AAA range... but this one is surely the same moulding!
While seeing the Torben pic I remembered that will be fine to me to have a fallow deer in my collection.
Do you know any brand making it?
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PostSubject: Re: Hello Yolanda my deer!   Hello Yolanda my deer! EmptyFri Nov 12, 2010 8:12 am

If Yolanda spread all the AAA and ELC mold, then they make a BIG fallow deer.

But there is no fallow deer available now. It is "retired from company shelves" item.

In the 20th century, some companies produced fallow deers : LINEOL, HAUSSER-ELASTOLIN, STARLUX...

It is the same bad story than the Eland which was a very common animal toy in the 20th century and absolutely forgotten now.

Some pics of the only one I have, first the Starlux followed by the Hausser Elastolin. I used to have the LIneol but I sold it a few years ago... scratch I don't remember why drunken

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PostSubject: Re: Hello Yolanda my deer!   Hello Yolanda my deer! EmptyFri Nov 12, 2010 11:01 pm

Very small and fine like they have to be... is the tail of the first male longer than the second?
They look very appealing but I think that is a question of fashion!
I don't know if in these far days okapis, tapirs and kudus were popular itens too, but now they are and I think someday they will desapeer.
Thanks for the pics Christophe!
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Very small and fine like they have to be... is the tail of the first male longer than the second?

What do you mean Roger ? I don't understand scratch

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Very small and fine like they have to be... is the tail of the first male longer than the second?

What do you mean Roger ? I don't understand scratch

Nothing important, only a deTAIL, I'm not able to ask it with other words!
You know, my english is worst than my Portuguese, could you believe in it?
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I don't know if in these far days okapis, tapirs and kudus were popular itens too, but now they are and I think someday they will desapeer.
Thanks for the pics Christophe!

Okapis and tapirs were even more popular in the past. From the 1920's to the 1980's, nearly every company made at last one tapir.
And the modern companies only made one in 2010 so... Wink
It is the same story from 1940's to 1980's for the okapi.
You can see some of them on my site here :
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About the kudus, MARX made one and STARLUX made a couple. But they will be more common since 2011 I guess. IMHO, the kudu antelope play the role of the eland a few decades ago. You can see mine here : [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

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Very small and fine like they have to be... is the tail of the first male longer than the second?

What do you mean Roger ? I don't understand scratch

Nothing important, only a deTAIL, I'm not able to ask it with other words!
You know, my english is worst than my Portuguese, could you believe in it?
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I believe your English is as bad as mine Laughing

Are you asking about the tail of the two Starlux or about the tail of the Starlux and Hausser males ?

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Embarassed I lissed the deTAIL thing cheers

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Very small and fine like they have to be... is the tail of the first male longer than the second?

What do you mean Roger ? I don't understand scratch

Nothing important, only a deTAIL, I'm not able to ask it with other words!
You know, my english is worst than my Portuguese, could you believe in it?
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I believe your English is as bad as mine Laughing

Are you asking about the tail of the two Starlux or about the tail of the Starlux and Hausser males ?

In Portugal almost everybody knows speak English very well, and few are able to speak Portuguese correctly! I am the antipoda!

I was talking about the tails of the Starlux and Hausser males.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello Yolanda my deer!   Hello Yolanda my deer! EmptyMon Nov 22, 2010 5:14 am

The tail of the Starlux model looks only longer Roger, because it stands of the body, the Hausser model has it to his body... Laughing

The model shown in the first place here, made by AAA, and copied or sold under license by others, is a very general looking deer.
When you look well, it is not a red deer, not a fallow deer, and no Virginia white-tail deer either, haha.

And i can't understand why scientists would put the white-tail in the same family as the red deers, because they have the wapiti overthere, which is much more related to the Eurasian red deer, and does look much more the same, and thought to be a sub-species of the Eurasian species.
The white-tail is soo much different from the red deer and the wapiti!
But it has a wide range, as i lives from the south of Canada into far of South-America, and is even introduced in New Zeeland, Finland, Tsjechia and Slowakia.
They even live on the island of Curacao, where they are introduced by the original natives long ago, and already so much different, that they speak from a sub-species.
So to make a long story short, the red-deer family is not very close related to the white-tail deers at all! Shocked

There is only another language-related problem in the deer family...
In the north of the America's, the wapiti is often named elk, which is another name in traditional English for the moose...
In nature-movies, you often see that those people who have to translate the English language into other languages, that they translate elk into moose in the language they need to translate, although they are talking about wapiti's in the movie, and that is very confusing for a lot of people who don't know how it really is... Rolling Eyes Shocked
In our Dutch language, the moose is called Eland, which was the right name actually, and elk was just a short name for it...
The name eland is used for the Elen-antelope in English too... Rolling Eyes
We call this animal eland-antilope...., from which the English Elen originates i think...
Confusing, isn't it? question Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Hello Yolanda my deer!   Hello Yolanda my deer! EmptyTue Nov 23, 2010 12:19 am

Thanks Willy!
Your explanation is confusingly clear, or clearly confuse?confused
Anyway you're absolutly right even I don't know why?Laughing
I've read about the white deers while trying to find what species is the Yolanda deer! I've searched this website again and that's definitely a wrong translation! Red and white tailed aren't even from the same genera!!!
Like you I haven't reached any conclusion, it's a deer and...
In fact I've bought only to show in this forum because I don't like any pvc deer in the market!
I'll try to show more Yolanda but first I have to see carefully AAA catalogue!
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PostSubject: Re: Hello Yolanda my deer!   Hello Yolanda my deer! EmptyTue Nov 23, 2010 1:19 am

Ok, so we agree on the Yolanda deer, and about the names it was given.
You can't just put spots on a deer, and say that is resambles a fallow-deer or so...
Anyway, there are some good deers on the market, or at least before...
But you have to search in the older 1:32 brands i think...
What about this Britains model?
It is from the late 1970's and 1980's.

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Or what about this Lineol composition model from the early 1900's, about 1930-1960 i think...

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They are not bad at all i think... Cool

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PostSubject: Re: Hello Yolanda my deer!   Hello Yolanda my deer! EmptyTue Nov 23, 2010 3:23 pm

Really nice figures Roger and everybody :)

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PostSubject: Re: Hello Yolanda my deer!   Hello Yolanda my deer! EmptyTue Nov 23, 2010 5:02 pm

Nica Harriet! :)

And Willy and Roger and everyone! I like this mosse/deer.. Is really beautifull :)


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Nice deers dear Willy!
Maybe 2011 bring some interesting to us!
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Thanks guys!
But some people here know, that persons like me or Christophe are real fans of the older brands, and these pictures show why! Cool
In those times, nobody talked about security for children, so pointed antlers were no item at all! rendeer
The deetails were much better as nowerdays too... Shocked
The modern manufacturers have still much to learn from those old brands! king

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