Wartime Collectables
Military Antiques & Vintage Toys

Andrew H. & Gale V. Lipps
P.O. Box 165
Camden, SC 29021-0165  USA
ph. 803-463-6935
Email wartime@wartimecollectables.com
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Militaria or sale  updated 6/19/17

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Wartime Collectables has offered quality antiques to historians since 1983.
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Toys reflect the culture of the society and the era to which they belong.  This is especially true in military toys.

German toys of the 1930's reflected the politics of the era; rearmament, blitzkreig warfare, and the Nazi propaganda machine.

Lehmann Heinkel HE-70 "Blitz"
In original box from the late 1930's

based on this aircraft...

Tippco E27 late 1930's German fighter plane
Tin windup IIIrd Reich era fighter plane with sparking guns.

Wonderful period photo from the web

WWII German .88, Factory model?
This heavy and well detailed model of the German 88 if functioning, unmarked, and all steel. I do not know it's history but it is extremely well made and I wonder if it is a production model of some type. If you know anything about it, please email me! It is shown here with 7cm German toy soldiers for scale.

I recently acquired through the largess of a fellow collector, a Krupp postcard that shows in the background model's of an .88.

Hausser Elastolin troop transport with .88 cannon
The Protzkraftwagen 730N was modeled on the Krupp transport and is found in 6 & 8 man versions with or without canvass top.

Lineol German trenchworks with Lineol & Elastolin soldiers
from the 1937 Lineol catalogue

Lineol Panzerspahwagen radio car
Pellet shooting with electric headlights.

Lineol Panzer Klettertank

Tippco vehicles

Post war Arnold Jeep in European Constabulary jeep
With original composition figures.  The Constabulary figures are likely repaints.