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Roskopf, a German company founded in 1955 by Marcel Roskopf, originally manufactured plastic models of horse-drawn carriages, but soon specialized into military vehicles in 1/90th scale and smaller. A range of contemporary civilian trucks in 1/87th scale (Saurer, Mercedes-Benz, Büssing, Berliet and Renault) was introduced in 1982. It was soon followed by a series of models made after trucks and cars from the 1920s, and a Saurer truck from the 1950s was later also added to the range. In 1991 the company was sold to the Sieper Group who also owns the model car brands Wiking and Siku. After the take-over, the Roskopf models were listed in the Wiking catalogue, but production gradually ceased in the 1990s.

FBW Alpenpostwagen
post bus PTT; Switzerland 1922
Roskopf (Germany), no. 439
plastic, scale 1:87; acquired 2010
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Saurer 5 C-H
"A. Bärtschi Basel" (hauling company); Switzerland 1951
Roskopf (Germany), no. 450
plastic, scale 1:87; acquired 2023
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Saurer D290/330
"Cardinal" (Swiss beer); Switzerland 1977
Roskopf (Germany), no. 419
plastic, scale 1:87; acquired 2008
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