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The interaction here is intended for members to share pictures of their favourite toy forts or castles with other members, so what happens is up to you. 
It is expected that each exhibit will consist of a photograph, short descriptive notes (size, materials, manufacturer, date and place of manufacture), and the name of the owner.  

THE DISPLAY CASE

Last up-dated:  12th December 2002

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UNKNOWN German origin.  This castle is from about 1890.  It is made of printed paper on cardboard, and is 500 x 400 x 370mm.  Submitted by Bernd Zimmermann, Berlin, Germany.

GOTTSCHALK No.6319/2This castle with its environs folds up into a simple box.  It was made in  Marienberg in Germany about 1925.  Made of painted wood and printed paper it is 13½" x 20" x 12½".  Submitted by Jim Osborne, Rushden, England.

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LEGOTØJSFABRIK No.41This castle was made in the state prison in Copenhagen, Denmark about 1920.   Made of hand-painted wood it is 300 x 610 x 340mm.  Submitted by André Raemdonck, Brussels, Belgium

Nazaire Beeusaert No. 1454This fort was made in Deinze in  Belgium about 1955.  It is made of plaster, wood and cardboard, and is 380 x 500 x 400mm.  Submitted by Marc Azzini, Jambes, Belgium.

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GOTTSCHALK No.5264This castle was made in  Marienberg in Germany about 1913.  Made of stencil-painted wood and cardboard it is 620 x 685 x 545mm.  Submitted by Jerry Greene, Philadelphia, USA.

TRI-ANG Tintagel Castle.  This fort was made by Lines Bros in England about 1968.  It is made of cardboard, wood and plastic, and is 17" x 20" x 20".   Submitted by Allen Hickling, Long Itchington, England.

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GOTTSCHALK No.5522This castle was made in  Marienberg in Germany about 1920.  Made of stencil-painted wood and cardboard it is 380 x 440 x 280mm..  Submitted by Arnold Müller, Hameln, Germany.

BELINDA Giant FortThis fort was made in England about 1955.  It was made of printed paper on plywood, and measured 9½" x 26" x 21".  Submitted by Peter Clark, Washington, DC, USA.

 
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BINBAK Fantasy CastleThis castle was made in  Bradford in England about 1970.  Made of hand-painted wood and plywood it is 8½" x 17¾" x 23½".  Submitted by Jeff Scott, Chandler, Arizona, USA.

KLEEWARE Crusaders CastleThis fort was made in Aycliffe, Co. Durham, England about 1955.  It was made of moulded polystyrene, and measured 15½" x 17" x 23".  Submitted by Graham Cooke, Bedford, England.

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GOTTSCHALK No.5259This castle was made in  Marienberg in Germany about 1912.  Made of stencil-painted wood and bark it is 355 x 405 x 280mm., and appeared in Der Universal- Spielwaren-Katalog of 1924/1926.  Submitted by Lynn Amari, Manhattan, NY, USA.

GOTTSCHALK No.4978This castle was made in Germany about 1912.  Made of stencil-painted wood and bark it is 630 x 770 x 580mm. It was in the shop window of F A O Schwarz (23rd St, Union Square, NY) sometime before 1931. Submitted by Ron

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