Quiralu

Now one of the most popular brands on the collector market, Quiralu was at one time a totally obscure French brand of diecast toys. Their current popularity is due in part to the re-issue of many of the original models as faithful reproductions. That alone wouldn't necessarily make them sell, but the real reason is for the recognition by collectors of the charm and quality of these fine toys.

Reproductions can be purchased for a very reasonable price, while original models are quickly rising in value. The original Quiralu brand was introduced in 1933 by Émile Quirin of Luxeuil les Bains, France. The combination of his name and the primary metal (aluminum) used in the production of these models provides the name derivation. It wasn't till 1955 that the firm started producing 1:43 scale models.

The latest of the original models were introduced in 1959, with production ceasing soon afterward in 1961.

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Quiralu value and price guide

What's your Quiralu worth? Here are some recently sold items.

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quiralu soldiers soldier binoculars kepi blanc Quiralu Soldiers Soldier Binoculars Kepi Blanc... 07/2021 $16.50
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1 comment
Bill - October 29, 2018
I have a set of Quiralu soldiers which include two Swiss Guards and seven other soldiers two Cardinals and the Pope. The set is in the original box. I believe the figures might be aluminium and may be late 1940s or early 1950s vintage. Can anyone tell me anything about these figures.