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These crates are part of a collection that also includes fencing, a corral, a truck, a water pump station and more. Launch date: September 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 15507 (added 9/28/2007)
This water pump station is part of a collection that also includes an animal nursery, fencing, a corral, a truck, and more. Launch date: September 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 15506 (added 9/28/2007)
This truck is part of a collection that also includes an animal nursery, fencing, a corral, a water pump station and more. Launch date: September 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 15505 (added 9/28/2007)
He almost makes you want to duck as he swings that battle axe with all his might, his long hair flying about covering the battle-raged expression on his angry face. It's the realism that comes with all the Schleich figurines, and it's never been better expressed than with the Hellebardier knight warrior. Standing 3.7" tall, which is 1:20 scale, this figurine possesses true-to-life modeling, is meticulously hand-painted, and comes with historically accurate detailing.
— "Schleich company — the knights are very popular," said Deb Necker, owner of Necker’s in Simsbury, Conn., when asked to predict Christmas 2007 sales for young boys.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 15072 (added 9/6/2007)
Made in Germany, this 1:12-scale dog is meticulously hand painted. All Schleich dog figurines are developed through a very thorough process, and the resulting figurines are realistic and detailed.
“The Schleich little animals — little kids collect all of them,” shared Dalene Lockhart, owner of Toy Town in Casper, Wyo. I would say we sell at least 100 a month.
James Burdette, owner of LB Toys in Media, Pa., estimates he sells between 60 and 80 Schleich figurines per month.
— "Any child would love this durable Dalmatian toy figurine," said Katherine MacLean, sales and marketing coordinator for Schleich, after explaining to TDmonthly the extensive process the company’s dog figurines go through before being released to the public.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14764 (added 8/20/2007)
Eyela, the sublime one, is the last in the dynasty of the kings of the elves. She alone can save the land of the elves from doom. Launch date: May 2007.
— “Schleich historical and mythical figures do very well for us,” Tye Steinbach of Thinker Toys in Portland, Ore., told TDmonthly in May 2008.
— Over one-fifth of 55 retailers surveyed by TDmonthly in May 2008 named mythical action figures as a top seller.
— More than 23 percent of retailers named action figures by Schleich as best-sellers in their stores.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13454 (added 6/13/2007)
Ophira acts in secret, for she is a master of intrigue. She cunningly supports all the evil plans against the elves. This figurine is hand painted. Launch date: May 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13453 (added 6/13/2007)
The character of this hand-painted figurine is known as the lost one. Fate separated the sisters Surah and Sera, as one calamitous night Surah fell into the clutches of the princess of darkness. Launch date: May 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13440 (added 6/13/2007)
Falaroy is bold and his deeds are legendary. He bravely faces the forces of darkness and defends the peace in the land of the elves. This figurine is hand painted. Launch date: May 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13439 (added 6/13/2007)
Turag, the grey one, is the great, evil enemy of Falaroy, the bold leader of the elves. He wants to be the sole ruler in the land of the elves. Launch date: May 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13438 (added 6/13/2007)
The Queen to the King of the Jungle, this Lioness is on the prowl for dinner. The Lioness walking figure, which is a part of Schleich's Wild Life line, is designed with true-to-life modeling. It comes with the Schleich symbol of highest quality, the Red "S." All Schleich figures are meant to educate children about a fascinating aspect of the world in which we all live.
— "My Schleich has done wonderful — the safari animals," said Trish Garlock, owner of Treasured Child in La Grange, Ky., when asked about hot-selling action figures in the spring of 2007.
— Angel Stahl, owner of Angel’s Toy Barn in Greensburg, Pa., named Schleich as one of her most fair and accommodating toy vendors in spring 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13101 (added 5/24/2007)
Part of the Schleich Horses Collection, the Pinto Stallion is not only a toy but also an educational series of replicas revealing life on the farm. Manufactured from high-quality vinyl rubber, this extremely realistic figure is hand painted with nontoxic paint for a natural finish. The Pinto Stallion is 162 mm x 38 mm x 10 mm in dimension. Launch date: January 2007.
— "Horses" from "Schleich" were among customer favorites in the spring of 2007, according to Diane Robinson, owner of Silly Goose in Essex, Mass.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13100 (added 5/24/2007)
The canoe was an important tool that Indians used for hunting and to cover long distances over water. The hand-painted Canoe With Figure captures this importance and is a great addition to the Schleich American Frontier Collection. The bold warrior figure is considerably detailed, from feathered headband to realistic canoe. It weighs 11.2 ounces and is 9” long.
— "We do a lot of Schleich, and the Schleich Indians have been doing really well," said Kate Tanner, owner of Kidstop Toy & Book Store in Scottsdale, Ariz., when asked about action figures in her store.
— As for specific reasons customers buy the Schleich Indian figures, Tanner added, "It's probably because we're in the Southwest. Schleich does extremely well for us here."
— Although knights and pirates were cited most often by retailers who mentioned Schleich action figures to TDmonthly, six of 10 also named other popular figures, such as the Canoe.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13018 (added 5/22/2007)
In the battle against the infidel, many knights joined forces and formed different knights' orders. This knight is part of the World of Knights Series and is no exception to Schleich’s reputation for beautiful art work and detail on hand-painted figurines. The knights are 1:20 scale, ranging in size from about 4" to 6", and are made of durable synthetic material.
— Trish Garlock, owner of Treasured Child in La Grange, Ky., said, "My Schleich has done wonderfully," when asked about action figures in her store. She said the knights, in particular, were among customer favorites.
— Retailers TDmonthly spoke with reported monthly sales of 10 to 200 Schleich action figures a month.
— Ten of 34 retailers TDmonthly spoke with in spring 2007 cited Schleich action figures as being popular with customers.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13017 (added 5/22/2007)
This adorable Smurf is decked out in Indian garb, tomahawk and face paint included. Launch date: January 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12814 (added 5/15/2007)
Hand-painted Nuray is the beautiful princess of darkness. But despite her enchanting appearance, her thoughts are very sinister. Launch date: May 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11895 (added 3/12/2007)
Feya, the dreamy one, is the friend of the flowers, which is why all the other elves call her “Morning Blossom.” The figure is hand painted. Launch date: May 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11894 (added 3/12/2007)
The Animal Nursery provides a fantastic stage for Schleich animal play. Authentically-styled African structure with working shutters and doors and a wrap-around front porch measures a generous 21” x 20” x 12”. Comes with a removable roof for extra play! Animals sold separately.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11892 (added 3/12/2007)
This wagon is part of Schleich’s World of the American Frontier collection, which will also include settler figurines. Launch date: September 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11745 (added 3/1/2007)
The World of Elves features six horse-mounted characters and two independent female figurines, representing both dark and pastel lines. Sera, the light one, rides as fast as the wind. It almost seems as if she and her horse are not even touching the ground. “We really listen to what our customers and consumers are asking for,” Sales & Marketing Coordinator Katherine MacLean of Schleich North America told TDmonthly. Launch date: May 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11744 (added 3/1/2007)
Created at 1:32 scale, this whale comes equipped with a booklet containing scientific data about it. Launch date: May 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11702 (added 2/28/2007)
SKU or Item #: 49014
The Cottage Smurfette is one of four available Smurf buildings.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9113 (added 8/23/2006)
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