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|110-3 (Samurai)||110-4 (Scots)|
|110-5 (Uniforms of the Napoleon Era)||110-6 (Vikings)|
Dioramas 110-1 up to 110-4 are worked out as framed boxes. Size 20 x
The inner part of the box is of dark blue plastic material, frame and stand are of white plastic.
The box is covered by a transparent foil. The back shows engraved name "Kinder".
These dioramas contain 4 figures either of the series: Romans, Musketeers, Samurai, or Scots.
All these diorama figures are silver coloured with markings SCAME on the back side.
Diorama 110-5 contains 6 brass figures of edition 18./19th century assemled around a canon gun within a
coloured landscape printed on cardboard. The printing underneath explains the different uniforms worn
in Europe during the Napoleon era. Diorama 110-6 contains all 6 figures from the Vikings series. The diorama
itself comes as a grey plastic frame with a blue background foil and a double sided colour printed pasteboard.
All these dioramas are extremely rare products. Therefore, their value is more than 100 € each.
All items shown are from my collection.
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