Joachim Reußner - TREES IN tin

The best trees in tin are available from Joachim Reußner from Dresden. His extensive range is recommended for every collector. Oak trees, for example, are available as old oak, crooked oak, hollow oak, etc. Joachim Reußner also offers trees beautifully painted by him, often depicting two different seasons on the front and back.

Martin Andrä - Fairy tale in tin

Martin Andrä learned the craft of engraving at a young age. He has long been regarded by connoisseurs as one of the world's best masters of this craft. Martin is currently engraving my tin figure series "The Entombment of Faust" drawn by Sascha Lunyakov. I recommend a look at Martin's tin figure shop. There you can download the extensive catalogue as a PDF. I especially like his motifs on the theme of the history of the craft, which are very well known in the tin figure community.

In 2020, Martin Andrä was able to take over the well-known fairy tale figures from Historia Müller. There are 45 different themes with 74 figures. The figure "Donkey stretch" shown here was drawn by Ulrich Lehnart and engraved by Karl-Werner Rieger. https://www.Tin

Wolfgang Unger - Legendary Figures

My editor friend Wolfgang Unger from Leipzig is certainly one of the living legends of our community. As an adept of the master engraver Franz Karl Mohr, he was able to adopt his secret recipe for tin alloying and still casts with it today. I like his casts best of all. They do not shine kitschily but appear in a noble matt tone, which emphasises the engraving particularly beautifully. Wolfgang Unger owns some of the most famous Mohr moulds, such as the extensive series German Peasants' War or the Easter Walk after Goethe's Faust.

Download the catalogue of Wolfgang Unger as PDF here. You can order tin figures via this e-mail:

Over the decades, Wolfgang Unger has brought out many beautiful figures on civilian themes. He was the first to tackle the subject of Corona. The illustration shows the figure "Corona" engraved by Werner Otto and coloured by Reinhold Pfandzelter.