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Cyrnos was a brand founded by Mr. Paoli in 1939 in Ménilmontant (Paris). The first productions were hollowcast lead and aluminium toy soldiers. In 1950 the Ets Paoli, rebaptised Cyrnos, began to product hand-painted plastic figurines. The plastic used was Rhodoïd, a cellulose acetate-based plastic reputed to be non-combustible. The company collapsed in the early 70’s. The name Cyrnos come from the greek Kyrnos which means Corsica, Mr. Paoli place of birth.

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