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NOTE:  When you add models please include its height (for figures) or lengths (for vehicles) within an eighth on an inch (3mm) as Manoil made the same model in different sizes.

Manoil was a North American metal and plastic toy company that began toy production in 1934 or 1935, and closed in 1959. The company was owned by two brothers, Maurice and Jack Manoil, who employed Walter Baetz to design everything.

Known for their toy soldiers, Manoil also manufactured vehicles and civilian figures. Production was cut during WWII due to metal rationing but Manoil resumed production after the war was over. Sales faltered when plastics took over the market and the company went out of business.

 

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