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    Posted 3 years ago

    Hawkeye78
    (19 items)

    Another find at my local antique store. I cant find anything on the web about this pilot . I have named him 'Howard' .

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    1. Newfld Newfld, 3 years ago
      Very cool pilot figure
    2. Hawkeye78 Hawkeye78, 3 years ago
      Thanks Newfld. Hes overlooking his squadron atm.
    3. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 3 years ago
      Looking at picture #4 (the base) I would think he is around very late 1940's to not later than 1951 vintage. I would guess it is a Barclay toy soldier. Barclay closed at the beginning of WWII because of materials being used for the war effort and began production again after the war and were known for their hollow toy soldiers. They were sold in five and ten cent stores for a nickel. They changed the base and the helmet in 1950 or 51 era. My best guess is Barclay on this one. The company still exists but rights to it and the toys are now sold under the Manoil name. I am not sure if they have archives but you could try contacting them for more info. Good luck.
    4. Hawkeye78 Hawkeye78, 3 years ago
      #fhrjr2, Fantastic! Thank you so much for all your information in regards to my mate 'Harold'. I really am lost when it comes to timelines , authenticity etc. I am happy to see others interest and insight to these toys. Thanks a bunch

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