SCHLEICH DINOSAUR TOYS
Schleich Dinosaur Toy Models
Schleich Dinosaur Toys. Searching for a really nice museum quality dinosaurs toys models to add to your dinosaur collection? Shopping for toy dinosaurs for kids or serious dinosaur collectors is easy at Dinosaur Toys Superstore. We carry the entire line of Schleich dinosaur toys figurines from Schleich. Schleich dinosaurs replicas are hand painted, extremely detailed toy dinosaurs that are fun to play with and collect. Some of the new carnivorous predatory dinosaur figurines have a moveable lower jaw too! These Schleich dinosaurs toys make a great dinosaur gifts for kids, boys, girls, children, preschoolers and collectors! A lot of parents mix and match Safari dinosaurs, Collecta dinosaurs and Schleich dinosaurs toys for a spectacular dinosaur collection.
We are pleased to offer Schleich dinosaur products. The Schleich dinosuars are all
high quality dinosaur figures. All of the model
dinosaurs are hand painted and highly detailed. Some of
the dinosaur replicas jaws move so you can choose to
have the mount closed or open! Schleich toys are all in
stock and ready to ship to you today! If you are a
collector, these Schleich dinosaur models would be a
great addition to your collection. For
those of you that would enjoy knowing the facts behind
these fine kids toys I’ve given you a brief
history of the company that produces these fine Schliech
animals. Every Schleich dinosaur has its’ name stamped
on the belly along with the number of the dinosaur as
Listed are the Schleich animal toys that we currently stock: Schleich Allosaurus Dinosaur Toy Model is brown in color and has a moveable lower jaw. Schleich Allosaurus Dinosaur Toy Model - With horns above its eyes and claws on its hands is brown in color. Schleich Apatosaurus Dinosaur Toy Model is light brown in color with darker brown stripes across its’ back. Schleich Brachiosaurus Toy Model is light brown with darker brown stripes across its’ back. Schleich Brachiosaurus Dinosaur Toy Model is light brown with patterened darker brown all over its’ back. Schleich Carnotaurus Dinosaur Model Toy is reddish maroon in color and has lots of spikes. Schleich Dilophosaurus Dinosaur Toy Model is green, blue and a little bit of red highlights on its’back. Schleich Dinosaur Giganotosaurus Toy Model is brown in color and has a moveable lower jaw. Schleich Parasaurolophus Dinosaur Toy Model is grey, brown and yellow in color. Schleich Dinosaur Quetzalcoatlus Toy Model is mostly brown and has blue wings. Schleich Dinosaur Saichania Toy Model is brown with lots of spikes. Schleich Dinosaur Spinosaurus Toy Model is light tan in color with a bit of yellow highlights. Schleich Dinosaur Stegosaurus Toy Model is brown in color with lots of plates. Schleich Styracosaurus Dinosaur Toy Model is brown in color and has lighter color brown tone highlights. Schleich Dinosaur Triceratops Toy Model is brown in color and has three horns. Schleich Triceratops Dinosaur Toy Model is brown in color with light blue highlights. Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex Dinosaur Model Toy is green in color and has moveable lower jaw. Tyrannosaurus Rex Dinosaur Model Toy is brown in color. Schleich Velociraptor Dinosaur Toy Model is mostly green in color with red highlights. Schleich Dinosaur Velociraptor Toy Model is grey in color with brown highlights.
Schleich is a German producer of Schleich toy dinosaurs and accessories. The company is headquartered in Germany. The traditional market for Schleich products is Mainland Europe, with half their sales in Germany. However, their toys are sold worldwide and are now becoming quite popular in the United Kingdom, Australia and North America. Schleich was founded by Friedrich Schleich in 1935. Its figurines were first released in the 1950s with the development, production and marketing of comic figurines such as Snoopy and The Smurfs. In the early 1980s they added animal figurines and Muppet characters to their range of products. Until the end of 2006, Schleich was a family-owned business. It was then taken over by the British investment company Hg Capital, who paid 165 million euro for an 80% share.
The design of products and the creation of tooling is mostly in-house. Production is at the German headquarters and in production facilities in foreign countries, with the dinosaur figures being hand-painted in China. In 2006, Schleich had about 250 employees and a yearly sales figure of around 80 million Euro.
The current line of figurines now encompasses animals, knights, dinosaurs, The Smurfs, pets, elves and the American frontier along with many accessories for each. Schleich is currently headquartered in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany.
In 2013 Schleich moved their headquarters to the US.