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Quiralu was founded by Emile Quirin in Luxeuil, France, in 1933. The company first produced toy soldiers made of aluminium. In 1955 they also released a range of diecast model cars, including some microcars in 1/35th scale (Messerschmitt, Isetta Velam, Vespa 400) and other cars in about 1/43rd scale (various Simcas, Peugeot 403 und D3A, Renault Étoile filante, Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, Jaguar XK 140, Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud, Porsche 356). Production ceased in the early 1960s, but in 1991 re-editions made from the original moulds were introduced by Louis B. Surber SA, the manufacturer of the Eligor and LBS models. Models originally made by Eria, another French manufacturer from the early 1960s, were also released in this range: Peugeot 404, Renault Estafette. In 2006 the French model car shop Dan Toys also released re-editions of Quiralu models.

Renault Estafette
light yellow; France 1959
Quiralu (France)
diecast, scale 1:50; acquired 1997
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Renault Étoile filante
Bonneville Salt Flats, J. Hébert (308.85 km/h); France 1956
Quiralu (France)
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 2020
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Simca Marly
Swiss Television; France 1957
Quiralu (France)
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 2009
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Vespa 400
ivory; France 1958
Quiralu (France)
diecast, scale 1:35; acquired 1991
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