Soldiers and white metal figures in the old toy soldier style. The company is founded in Uruguay by Jaime Hiriart in the 1960s and is now run by his son Guillermo Hiriart from his apartment in Montevideo. Guilermo does the sculpting, casting, and assembly and two women do the paint job.

Hiriart toy soldiers

Distribution is limited and all sets are made to order. Hiriart does not stock any inventory.

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Comments (5)
Kenneth - December 14, 2019
From an old post from a couple of years ago I understand that Hiriart did a set of mounted German Reichswehr Cavalry from the mid 1920's. Tunic and Trousers color identical. Not sure about Cavalry Helmets. I believe they were Lancers from Weimar Republic Era with Imperial German Battle Flag. Are you still doing those? They look significantly different from Nazi German Cavalry. Thank You
I'm not the manufacturer, so I'm afraid I don't know if they are still made.
Isaak - December 3, 2019
Good day, Im interested in Greek toy soldier sets any chance i geting some of them?
Sorry, I don't sell Hiriart soldiers and there are not many sets for sale on eBay at the moment...
David - October 7, 2019
I am interested in any sets related to the Graf Spee. Interestingly the author of a book on the Graf Spee lives close to me in Hillsburgh, Ontario, Canada. I am Canadian myself. I hope to visit Uruguay soon. I have heard so many great things about it!
Hi David! Not sure if Hiriart ever made something in a Graf Spee theme, you could check out their website. Hope you enjoy your trip to Uruguay!
David - June 12, 2016
June 12, 2016I was interested in one figure of the Kaiser in the Garde de Corps uniform with helmet, pre WW1 period? Is that possible?David Dorward
No idea, maybe you can ask here: Hiriart Toy Soldiers.
Santiago - September 27, 2014
Hello, my name is Santiago Nogues. I am looking for a Hiriart figures "Aca Caraya (monkey's head) 4th regiment of lancers, Paraguay".Waiting for your reply, thank you very much. Santiao
I am not a distributor of Hiriart, so I am afraid I cannot help you.