Playmobil set 3889 brings a platoon of four arrow and crossbow men, fortified with a mobile wooden wall, to barricade themselves from enemies projectiles. Fantastic display of medieval strategy with this set.
Above is the box art of the set 3889, archers with a green malta cross following the strips green and yellow. These guys can be used as a group of soldiers who fight behind a barrier in order to gain ground in a war.
Above you can watch the video review of the playmobil knights set 3889 from 1997, by PlaymoBello from Youtube.
Above you can see the accessories that comes with playmobil knights set 3889, a total of four knights a wooden barrier, weapons and two rock formations.
This is one of the first western bandit released by Playmobil under their small sets called Playmobil Special, set numbered 4544, released in 1997.
Above is a box art that showcases the new character with his detailed rifle and money bag. Unfortunately this set is very old (90’s) and hard to find, its value is around $10 to $20 US Dollars.
Here are all the accessories that comes in this box, a black bandana, a black bag, a rifle, the bandit and gold coins valued at 58 dollars. There should be 12 small coins, 8 medium coins and 6 large coins.
This Playmobil set does not come with a building, but has all its furniture and accessories to fill a room. You get everything, a desk, computers, a control panel for dispatch officers, police signs, maps etc.
The Playmobil set 3957 can be a police headquarter alone or used as a add-on to increase the number of items in any other police set. A great and awesome police playmobil box with four police officers.
This set sells from 40.00 US Dollars to around 120.00. First released in the year 1997, today is one of the most wanted sets for Playmobil police collectors and fans.
The year 1996 wasn’t much of a strong year for fans of the medieval knights sets. Playmobil only released five new boxes with this theme, but, they were all absolutely eye catching and awesome to own, probably some of the most wanted and coolest vintage sets to date.
This is the coolest Siege Tower ever made by Playmobil, as shown here with set 3887. This was released just a couple years after the Medieval Castles from 1993, sets 3666 and 3667.
Above you can watch the full review of the complete playmobil set 3887 from 1996. If you enjoy the review, please like and subscribe.
The above shows somewhat of a different faction, the red eagles, but I believe they belong to the Castle Knights faction from set 3666, because their coat of arms uses the main colors green and yellow. (See their flag below).
Here is a historical Civil War Playmobil set 3811 released in the year 1995. Titled: The Western Union Military Calvary.
Playmobil set 3811 comes with four Union soldiers, all mounted on horses, plus a native american indian with his own wild white horse. This set shows a flag for the Unionn regiment 5, with blue and yellow stripes.
Above you can watch the full video review of the playmobil set 3036 western bandit ambush, by PlaymoBello on Youtube!
Above is the back of the box of Playmobil set 3811 from the year 1995. It comes with four western soldiers and one native american, plus five horses!
The coolest sheriff’s office ever released by Playmobil. it became so famous that they relaunched it as an add-on numbered: 7378. The only letdown is it came without any characters.
There is so much to do with this set, it has a roof that can host several characters for a wild west shootout, the inside is pretty large and can be furnished to look like a cozy prison/office for the Sheriff.
Above you can watch PlaymoBello’s youtube review of the Sheriff set 3786 from 1994. Enjoy!
Above you can see all the accessories that comes with this set, two characters, one white horse with brown splashes, one oil lamp, a desk with chair and a rack of weapons.
This Western Union Fort Glory was released in 1994, numbered set 3806. With a total of five civil war soldiers, and several American flags, this became the most wanted set by the fans of westerns and little soldiers.
The fort itself is formed of several wooden like sheets that connect to one another by using a black bracket (see image below). The one let down of this system, is that the walls are always shifting and disconnecting with every movement. It doesn’t stop this set from being absolutely awesome, but would have been nice if it was more sturdy.
Another observation is the roof of the Headquarters, it doesn’t come off easily like other playmobil sets do. Creating another obstacle of play in that sense. The set has several accessories, including a Rambo style watch tower.
This is a Western Ranch supposedly to be the household of the outlaws, or maybe the place the local sheriff lives with his wife and kids. Can also be played as a meeting place for Westerners to meet up and make plans to rob a bank wagon, or take over a Saloon.
The way I see it, this is a family ranch, hence why we have kids, a dog, a Lady an elderly man and the father figure. Overall a neat set, but not important to have if you are just having fun with Wold West cowboys.
Above you can view all the accessories from playmobil set 3805, two horses, an anvil with tools, a sign that says “Snake River”, a large pine tree and five characters.
This is a Western Buckboard, basically a carriage of four wheels of simple construction. This one may look a little off the Western theme, until you open the box and get the accessories in hand.
The coolest thing about this set is the female lady. She comes with a gun holster, bullets, a cowboy hat and a rifle. She can be an outlaw or a fragile lady that is skilled with pistols and rifles, that can defend herself and her kids! Very neat!
Above you can watch the full video review of the playmobil set 3804, the buckboard wagon, by PlaymoBello on Youtube.
Above you can see a better image of how badass she looks! Her outfit reminds me of Wild West movies where a girl shows up shooting them up!
In 1994 Playmobil released the first version of this Stagecoach, entirely in yellow and red, with red wheels and four Western Characters. A female in green, a boy, an elderly man without an eye and the cowboy with a blue jacket and beige hat.
Above you can see the female removing the kid from the stagecoach, almost can see all four horses, using their dark brown face rigging. Note that those horse masks, need to have a covering for their eyes.
Above you can visualize all the accessories from this set, four traveling bags, one large national bank crate, revolvers, four horses and the man and woman.
This is a visually underrated set. By just looking at the box it may seem a little boring or not so much fun because it doesn’t have bandits or a sheriff, but once you open this box and build the little piece of land with the river, bulls and cows, plus both cowboys, you get to see how unique everything is.
For example, the bulls and cows are only available in this and one other set: 3749, making these bulls very rare. The cowboy with long white hat is also the only of its kind, he has two black leggings that are not available anywhere else. To remedy this, playmobil released him in a add-on, but that was it, making this set very rare.
The price estimate for this set can range around 100 to 150 dollars, depending on the state of the items. Above you can see two horses, two characters 2 cows and 2 bulls.
This is a very unique and remarkable western set, released by Playmobil in 1994. The bounty hunter carries a wanted poster for “Eldorado Jo”, to this day we can’t really pinpoint who exactly is Eldorado Jo, but there is one character that matches almost 100% of the drawing.
If you are curious to find out who Eldorado Jo is, feel free to watch the Youtube Review of the Sheriff’s single set 3813 at the PlaymoBello’s Youtube channel.
Above is the video review of the Playmobil set 3798, the Bounty Hunter. This guy has a blue shirt with bullets across his chest, a black cape and a double revolver holster.
Above you can visualize all the accessories that comes with this Playmobil box, including the white horse, a rocky cactus base and red serpent.
This is a famous and loved western Playmobil set, the Golden Nugget Saloon number 3787. Like any western movie or location, the saloon is always the most exciting place to see, with the revolving doors and the bandits drinking and playing cards.
With this set all of that fun can be had, with even a entertaining singing lady, all dressed in purple and fancy pink scarf. This saloon has one table with chairs and several bottles, that can be simply sodas or alcohol, up to you.
Above is the video review by PlaymoBello, of the Western set 3787 the Golden Nugget Saloon. Enjoy!
The image above is from the back of the playmobil box, showcasing all the accessories that comes with this set 3787. Six red and green bottles, five transparent cups, two characters, a wine jug, a large alcohol jug in a basket and two oil lamps.
This set is probably not very PC for these days, but back then it was not an issue at all, just a historical set representing the US Civil War. A way for fans of history to pose little soldiers and represent historical events.
Above is the original box art of the playmobil set 3783. Each of the gray characters have a black belt with a gun holster on the back.
Above you can watch the video review of the set 3783, Playmobil Rebel Horsemen. If you enjoy the video, please like and subscribe to PlaymoBello.
Above you can see all the accessories included in this playmobil set. Two horses, five guns, two rifles and two characters with one flag.
This is one of the most wanted western sets made by Playmobil. The Western 3802 McLaren’s Goldmine. This set received so many good reviews that even Playmobil decided to relaunch it in the year 2006 as an Add-On numbered 7857 (without the characters or any accessories).
The number of accessories and its four characters is what makes this Western Playmobil set so loved, as you can tell by looking at the box art above.
Watch the full review of the Western Playmobil set 3802 McLaren’s Goldmine, by PlaymoBello on Youtube.
Above is a picture of the back of the McLaren’s Goldmine box, playmobil set 3802, showcasing all the accessories and characters.