ETS De Neuter toy trade catalogue 1995

ETS DE NEUTER is a French toy distributor that has been in operation for more than 60 years. The following scans are from its 1995 Christmas trade catalogue and feature many of the big name toy and game brands. The front cover has a wintry, foresty, Christmas wonderland feel to it, while the back cover shows a range of cool merchandise for popular 90s film The Lion King. In between these covers are more than 80 pages of well-presented toy photos and dioramas, making this catalogue a joy to look through.

As well as toys and games, ETS De Neuter distributed household, sports, leisure and electrical goods, which the catalogue also features – but we’ll save those goodies for another time. For now, sit back and enjoy these cool 90s toys. Click if you need to go bigger. Thanks for looking.

Cover. Ets De Neuter. Catalogue Noël. 1995. France.

Batman and Robocop toys.

Biker Mice From Mars.

Playmobil sets and Wild West sets.

Joustra construction. Road Rigs.


Lego Technic.

Meccano construction.

Barbie dolls, play sets and accessories.

Barbie dolls, play sets and accessories.

Barbie merchandise.

Action Man.

Polly Pocket.

Power Rangers.






Qui Est-Ce? / Guess Who?


Tir’Pic / Ker Plunk.

Touche Coule / Battleships.


Docteur Maboul / Operation.

Trivial Pursuit.

Astérix plush.

Sailor Moon.



Nikko Radio Control.

Nikko Radio Control.

Nikko Radio Control.



Le Roi Lion / The Lion King. Back cover of Ets De Neuter catalogue. 1995. France.

Thanks for looking 🙂

5 thoughts on “ETS De Neuter toy trade catalogue 1995

  1. For Tyeth

    Another great collection. I fondly remember Mastermind, I owned the pocket sized edition of the game and was fantastic for exercising my brain and deductive powers. I have to say I would have liked to have owned some of the Robocop vehicles and the Asterix the Gaul toys. I managed to get one of the Asterix comic books (where they embark on a grand tour of Europe gathering delicacies for a banquet) and it was hilarious!

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      1. For Tyeth

        Hello again, I think I got a few Asterix books from my library too but the Grand Tour of Europe was the most memorable. I just loved the names, Chief Vital Statistix, Obelix and of course Dogomatix (sorry Wooof!)

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    1. The Vintage Toy Advertiser Post author

      The Robocop toys featured are fairly obscure I’d imagine as it looks like they were based on the 1994 Canadian TV series of the franchise. I didn’t even know there was a Robocop TV series. Apparently it picked up where the films left off but was much less violent.



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