Les Drapeaux de France, Paris
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Magasin ouvert du mardi au samedi de 13h00 à 19h00 et sur rendez-vous tous les matins et le lundi. Fermé le dimanche.Put Les Drapeaux de France into our Paris itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Paris.
Store open from Tuesday to Saturday from 1pm to 7pm and under appointment every morning and on Monday. Closed on Sunday.
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Fantástica tienda muy cerca del Louvre. Lo suyo son los soldados de plomo. Destacan los mariscales y soldados de Napoleón. Pero además de estos y otros soldados de plomo de otras épocas, son de destac... read more »Fantastic store very near the Louvre. Theirs are the soldiers of lead. Notable marshals and soldiers of Napoleon. But in addition to these and other soldiers of lead from other eras, are noteworthy miniatures of tintin, asterix,... To my at least it made me small by the interesting thing that is and figures are beautiful. Vale really worth to visit it if you have a minimum interest in miniatures and lead soldiers.show original
This place is a heaven for all the old/ antique toy collectors, animated movie lover, to see and buy hand made beautiful toy soldiers, miniature heros. The shop has a fantastic atmoshphere, very frien... read more »
Une boutique tout droit sortie des rêves d'enfant...On y trouve une large gamme de figurines et de petits soldats de plomb de très belle facture et de toutes époques. On y est très bien accueilli et c... read more »A straight store out of children's dreams... There are a wide range of figurines and little soldiers of lead, beautifully crafted and from all periods. You will be very well welcomed and advised by Benjamin, the master of the House. A counselor for children and adults who don't want to grow up too fast! A great opportunity to rediscover the gardens of the Royal Palace.show original
The best toy soldier shop I've ever seen with prices to match. D Florio
Les Drapeaux de France - Boutique NOXA
The Biggest Miniatures and Toys soldiers shop in Paris since 1949.
Arnaud BrechtIt is a unique place in Paris, when I was little my grand mother take me often wander to the Palais-Royal see small soldiers, now more than 30 years after I'm still as fan, I never tired. Showcases are even more beautiful than in my memories, there are figures of Tintin, the Smurfs, Parisian small, cyclists... When I pass in the area, I always stop to see what's new and sellers are real enthusiasts.show original
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