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Madelman: The History of the Famous Spanish…

Madelman: The History of the Famous Spanish Articulated Figure

by Pedro Andrea

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 849665804X, Paperback)

Madelman manufactured articulated figures from 1968 to 1983. They were made in Spain and exported to countries including Germany, France, United Kingdom and Italy. They were also manufactured in a Mexican affiliate company. Each figure was 17cm high (scale 1: 11) and they had an enormous following, so much so that today there are many thousands of avid collectors, with each figure becoming a highly prized piece.

This book illustrates, in full color, the collection of Pedro Andrea. This collection is so complete that, at the same time, it is also a complete record of the MADELMAN production. Each figure, costume and accessory has been meticulously photographed and is accompanied by a full description and explanatory text to assist the reader in obtaining a complete overview of the collection.


"...a detailed examination of the Madelman figures, complete with full color photos of just about every figure and accessory Madelman produced in those twenty years...lavish color photography and detailed history."
Internet Modeler 9-07

“…makes for interesting reading on its own and is a must for those who are intent on collecting these items.”
Modelingmadness.com, 1/2008

(retrieved from Amazon Sat, 26 Nov 2016 16:39:40 -0500)

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