Packaging Condition: GOOD - All NEW, unpainted white figures (w/green "Elastolin" plastic bases, and five without bases), come bagged in hobby store packaging (SEALED); see below for details and condition on each (see pics). FROM THE TERRY WORSTER PRIVATE COLLECTION. Date of Manufacture undetermined (circa 1970s, Germany). Civil War Soldiers-Northern/Southern States 70mm white plastic lot (15); w/duplicates.
Marching (Union/Confed) Officer, w/sword and green base (#K7-9170/80). Marching (Union/Confed) Soldier (at slope) w/green base (#K7-9171/81). Marching (Union/Confed) Drummer Boy, w/green base (#K7-9172/82). Marching (Union) Standard-Bearer, w/Union flag and green base (#K7-9174). Mounted (Union) General (on Standing Horse) w/white base (#K7-9175/85).Prone (Union/Confed) Soldier (Musket Firing) w/NO base (#K7-9176/86). Kneeling (Union/Confed) Soldier (Musket Loading) w/NO base (#K7-9177/87). Standing (Union/Confed) Soldier, (Musket Firing) w/green base (#K7-9178/88). The American Civil War (4/12/1861-5/26/1865) was a civil war in the United States.
It was fought between the Union ("the North") and the Confederacy ("the South"), the latter formed by states that had seceded. The central cause of the war was the dispute over whether slavery would be permitted to expand into the western territories, leading to more slave states, or be prevented from doing so, which was widely believed would place slavery on a course of ultimate extinction. O&M Hausser was a German company founded by Christian Hausser and his sons Otto and Max Hausser in 1904.In 1939, Hausser started experimenting with plastic and in 1955, the first polysterol plastic miniatures (1:25) were made. Elastolin composition figures were manufactured in 40mm, 65mm, 70mm, and 105mm scales. Will be packed very well - read our feedback! PLEASE SHARE OUR STORE WITH EVERYBODY YOU KNOW!