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04. Taxi of Tintin in America

The taxi, scale 1/43, from the album "Tintin in America", the policeman is the driver , the passengers are: Tintin and Snowy. Collector, length 10,4 cm

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06. The 2 CV of Calculus Affair

2CV, scale 1/43, from the album "Calculus Affair", the driver and the passenger are: the Thom(p)sons. Collector, length 8,9 cm.

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17. Thomsons' Citroën Torpedo

Citroën 5 HP, scale 1/43, from the album "Land of Black Gold", the driver is Thomson, the passenger is Thompson. Collector, length 7,4 cm.

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19. Opel Olympia Convertible

Opel Olympia Convertible - "King Ottokar’s Sceptre" (1947) While the perpetrators of the bombing, to which Tintin has miraculously escaped, have just fled by car. Tintin takes up the pursuit by borrowing, without the owner’s consent, a powerful motorbike.This convertible appeared in 1935 and quickly became the most successful model made by the company before the Second World War. Hergé at 31 (1938), the creator of Tintin, depicts his first car: an Opel Olympia Coach Convertible. It is therefore not a surprise to find it presented with the greatest of care in King Ottokar's Sceptre. The Opel Olympia is scale 1/43 and comes from “King Ottokar's Sceptre”. Collectible - car 9 cm long.

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50. Mercedes Torpedo

This car is from the album "Tintin in the land of the Soviets". (p9) Tintin is the driver and Snowy, the passenger. Length of the vehicle: 9,1 cm. Scale: 1/43.

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54. La voiture de course de Bobby Smiles

This 1/43 scale model of the racing car from page 16 of “Tintin in America” is driven by gangster Bobby Smiles. Collectible - car 8.9 cm long.

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56. Ambulance of the Asylum

Ambulance of the Asylum - "Cigars of the Pharaoh" (1955) Managing to escape the psychiatric establishment Tintin unfortunately then gets caught by the local police and ends up in a straight jacket! Luckily Doctor Sarcophagus and Mr Zloty crash into the ambulance carrying Tintin and he is catapulted to freedom….. It is difficult to identify the model that would have inspired this ambulance, it could be an American truck from the 1920s or 1930s. In “Cigars of the Pharaoh” Tintin is transported in an ambulance. This 1/43 scale model of the ambulance includes Tintin, the driver and a medic. Collectible - car 10.6 cm long.

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TINTIN CARS #57 –

This 1/43 scale model of a firemen jeep is based on drawings from “The Calculus Affair”. Several firemen and passengers sit inside. Collectible - car 10.2 cm long.

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58. Fake police car

Gangsters masquerading as cops give Tintin a lift in this 1/43 scale model of a car from “Tintin in America”. Collectible - car 10.6 cm long.

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60. The Morris

This car is from the album "Land of Black Gold". (p16) The characters present are: Mohammed as driver and Tintin & Snowy + one partner as passengers. Length of the vehicle: 11 cm. Scale: 1/43.

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Red counterfeiters' plane

This model from the Tintin planes series is based on illustrations from the Tintin adventure The Black Island. The red counterfeiters' plane comes with a figurine of Tintin. This high-quality product is made from metal and injected plastic, all elements are hand-painted and the model is packaged in a transparent plastic cylinder.

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La Caravane

La Caravane

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Hergé characters from Quick and Flupke

This charming set of models depicts Hergé characters in a scene from the Quick and Flupke album Pardon Madame. It is composed of 28 mini-figurines; each high-quality, collectible model has been finished with minute attention to detail and painted by hand. The figurines arrange to spell the sentence “Flupke est un méchant garçon” (Flupke is a naughty boy). 500 copies of this limited-edition, numbered set of figurines were produced.

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Tintin dancing

This hand-painted flat alloy figurine of Tintin dancing is based on a scene from The Blue Lotus. Tintin escapes being poisoned! This range of flat figurines is based on 18th century plat d'étain figurines originating in Nuremberg. Every minute detail on these top-quality collectibles is hand-painted with care and precision. Reverse side drawn in keeping with the original.

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Scots Tintin

This hand-painted flat alloy figurine of Tintin in Scottish dress is based on a scene from The Black Island. This range of flat figurines is based on 18th century plat d'étain figurines originating in Nuremberg. Every minute detail on these top-quality collectibles is hand-painted with care and precision. Reverse side drawn in keeping with the original.

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Tintin looking around

This hand-painted flat alloy figurine of Tintin looking around is based on a scene from The Secret of the Unicorn. This range of flat figurines is based on 18th century plat d'étain figurines originating in Nuremberg. Every minute detail on these top-quality collectibles is hand-painted with care and precision. Reverse side drawn in keeping with the original.

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Excited Tintin

This hand-painted flat alloy figurine of an excited Tintin is based on a scene from Red Rackham's Treasure. This range of flat figurines is based on 18th century plat d'étain figurines originating in Nuremberg. Every minute detail on these top-quality collectibles is hand-painted with care and precision. Reverse side drawn in keeping with the original.

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Tintin in boiler suit

This hand-painted flat alloy figurine of Tintin wearing a boiler suit is based on a scene from Destination Moon. This range of flat figurines is based on 18th century plat d'étain figurines originating in Nuremberg. Every minute detail on these top-quality collectibles is hand-painted with care and precision. Reverse side drawn in keeping with the original.

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Tintin exploring the Moon

This hand-painted flat alloy figurine of Tintin exploring the Moon in a space suit is based on a scene from Explorers on the Moon. This range of flat figurines is based on 18th century plat d'étain figurines originating in Nuremberg. Every minute detail on these top-quality collectibles is hand-painted with care and precision. Reverse side drawn in keeping with the original.

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Tintin looking up

This hand-painted flat alloy figurine of Tintin looking upwards is based on a scene from The Seven Crystal Balls. This range of flat figurines is based on 18th century plat d'étain figurines originating in Nuremberg. Every minute detail on these top-quality collectibles is hand-painted with care and precision. Reverse side drawn in keeping with the original.

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