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A rather mysterious Chinese brand, AAA most likely never sold under their own name. After commencing production in 1968 as a subsidiary of Nayab, AAA figurines have been purchased and redistributed by brands such as Bullyland, ELC, Mamejo, Ravensden, Safari Ltd, Schleich, and Yolanda. The company was notorious for their widespread ranges of figures, including many that were made in both small and large variations. Being so wide-ranging among other companies, AAA molds are only identified by the presence of a triangle composed of three "A" 's or a singular "A" inside a circle located on the figure's underbelly. AAA was held as one of the most readily available but mysterious brands. Despite its widespread distribution, AAA purportedly went out of business some time before early 2022 (the exact date is unknown).

Discuss AAA on the STS Forum.

Visit the AAA Company Page, or the Nayab Official Site.

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