(written from a Production point of view)
As one of the largest wargames model manufacturers in the US in the 1970s, it produced many historical and fantasy lines of models and became one of the first companies to cast figures based on licensed properties.
In the late 1970s, the company manufactured figure ranges based on Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian, J.R.R.Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (inspired by the 1978 Ralph Bakshi film adaptation), and Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter, Warlord of Mars.
Known finally as Heritage USA, the last incarnation of the company folded in 1983.
Star Trek releases
Each pack contained four to six human-scaled figures. Most of the figures were 25 mm tall, meaning humans stood about one inch tall. The quality of the sculpting was not exceptional, even by the modest standards of the time. Two larger display figures were also produced.
|1600||Capt. Kirk (75 mm display figure)|
|1601||Spock (75 mm display figure)|
|1604||Kirk, Rand, Scotty, Sulu|
|1605||Spock, McCoy, Uhuru, nameplate|
|1606||Chekov, Chapel, Arex, M'Ress|
|1607||Balok, Flint, Asmodeus, Lucien*|
|1608||Mudd, Jones, Tribbles, Glommer, Theela*|
|1610||EM3 Green, Sord, Prince Tchar , Lara*|
|1611||Sarek, T'Pau, Ayelborne, Khan The Klingon*|
|1616||Aquans Of Argo|
|1617||Dramians, Giant Androids*|
|1623||Mugato, Capellan Powercat, Vedalan|
|1629||Horta, Rock Creature|
|1630||Federation Special Defense Force|
|1632||Romulan Assault Unit|
- * Indicates possibly unreleased set