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Jörg Zaugg from Switzerland released 1/43rd scale model cars under his own name in the 1970s and 1980s. The best known range was "Empire Models", consisting of American cars mostly from the 1950s and made of resin and white metal. According to the writing on the baseplate some of these models have been made by Tin Wizard in Germany. Some Zaugg models were subsequently marketed under the name of "Skyline Models" by Tin Wizard. Zaugg also made a range of circus vehicles called "Clown Models", based on model cars by other manufacturers such as the Lion Toys Commer van.

Model manufacturer: Zaugg

  Cadillac Convertible Series 62
ivory, open; USA 1955
Zaugg (Switzerland), article no. Empire 9C
resin, scale 1:43; acquired 2006
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  Chevrolet Station Wagon
ambulance, with working lights; USA 1951
Zaugg (Switzerland), article no. Empire 13B
resin, scale 1:43; acquired 2006
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  Commer Walk-Thru
van "Circus Knie"; United Kingdom 1965
Zaugg (Switzerland), article no. Clown 1
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 2006
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  Commer Walk-Thru
van "Coca-Cola"; United Kingdom 1965
Zaugg (Switzerland), article no. Clown 3
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 2006
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  Nash Statesman
taxi; USA 1950
Zaugg (Switzerland), article no. Empire 6
white metal, scale 1:43; acquired 2006
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