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Does anyone have any more information on these? I know they were produced by Oritet in 2001 and included a Tales and Legends of the World- "Elf" and "Gnome" set. Are they worth the $65 shipped from Russia the seller is asking for 8 loose figures?
Thanks for the help.

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Typically, those Russian figures are made out of a low-grade polypropylene and are extremely lightweight and brittle... But, they look pretty sweet.
If you want to plunk down $65 for them, that is certainly your prerogative but I probably would not based on the materials that they are made out of.
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These figures produced by the company Oritet. Unlike the other figures of Russian Tehnolog company Oritet using a very good soft plastic.
Sets "Tales and Legends of the World" are even in Russia is very rare.
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These figures produced by the company Oritet. Unlike the other figures of Russian Tehnolog company Oritet using a very good soft plastic.
Sets "Tales and Legends of the World" are even in Russia is very rare.


That is good information. Can you compare the plastic Oritet's figures are made out of, to figures from another existing line?
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That is good information. Can you compare the plastic Oritet's figures are made out of, to figures from another existing line?


Most of the material is similar to the one from which made OMFG. Very similar to the touch.
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