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« Reply #60 on: April 16, 2021, 06:46:17 »
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« Reply #61 on: April 16, 2021, 13:31:24 »
Wow! Amazing specialist!! It never would have occurred to me to put perriwigs on the ladies. Brilliant!!

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« Reply #62 on: April 17, 2021, 23:46:08 »
Absolutely agree with Richard. It’s Patriots Day in Massachusetts on Monday and Playmobil American colonial figures would likely sell well in gift shops. Also sad how Playmobil is barely recognized here. Many people think my figures are Lego  >:(
Ralf,
These are the very best that you have ever done!
I just returned to Florida from a business trip to New England.
It's unfortunate that Playmobil has really never fully  understood their potential in the American market.
If Playmobil put these figures in the New England and Northeastern tourist shops, they would sell immediately!
Thank you very much for sharing your photos of your beautiful creations.
Richard

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« Reply #66 on: August 15, 2022, 18:40:37 »
Great ones :)

On the first pic.. where's the yellow torso from? From the soldiers, I mean...  ???

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« Reply #67 on: August 16, 2022, 16:51:58 »

Ralf,
After all these many years, I'm happy to see that you are still creating beautiful new Playmobil figures!
Susan and I met Steffen Höpfner when we visited Horst in Zirndorf. That was also a long time ago.
We had really hoped that Horst would find a place for Connie Brandstätter at Playmobil.
Connie is a very creative person who is always thinking outside of the box. That may have been what scared Horst.
Horst asked us what we thought about Steffen. We told Horst that Steffen would keep Playmobil on a straight and even path.
But, we also told Horst that in the future, Playmobil would really need both Steffen and Connie.
Susan and I both wish that Horst would have followed our suggestion.
However, it's not too late. Maybe someday Steffen will see the value of how he and Connie could work together?
All the best my friend,
Richard