Santessonska Tenngjuteriet by Henrik Moberg

Santesson, the oldest and largest producer in Sweden, was founded in 1839. It was a family run company until 1906, which three times changed name. It had a German engraver Gustav Maier employed, who made most of Santesson’s figures. When he died in 1916 production of new molds ceased. Sketches made by him have been preserved. Roughly 600-700 molds were produced. The highlight of Santessons production was the historical semi-solid sets in 40 mm, as “Battle of Narva” and “Battle of Lützen”.


Original boxes