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.
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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!
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 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.
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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 very first Western Forts ever made by Playmobil, back in the year 1987, Fort Bravo, the headquarters of the 3rd Cavalry of the Western Union.
Above you can see the glorious box art showcasing the five characters that comes with this set 3773, and the fort, emulating wooden planks all around their headquarters.
If you enjoy watching video reviews of complete playmobil sets, above you may like to view the Youtube review from PlaymoBello, of the set 3773 Fort Bravo from the year 1987.
Unfortunately, back in the 80’s Playmobil didn’t have the back of their boxes designed with the accessories listings, instead it was just a blue empty canvas, or as shown above, a very awesome and cool looking scenery created by their artists.