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Displaying items by tag: KdFera
Saturday, 06 July 2013 23:38

GIFHORN GLASHÜTTENWERKE KdF WAGEN VW

The company "Glashüttenwerke W. Limberg und Co. was founded in 1873 in the town Gifhorn,  Germany, by Mr. Wilhem Limberg and manufactured glass bottles for perfumes like Eau de Cologne 4711, Pelikan ink bottles, but also glass for pharmaceutical purposes. In 1960, the company was closed down.

During the 1938-43 era they also produced some of the KdF Wagen glass ...

Saturday, 06 July 2013 21:21

KÖRA KdF WAGEN VW V3

KÖRA, actually known as Kölle & Raab, registered in 1923 as a toy exporting and distributing company in Germany. Barbara Kölle, Alfred Kölle and Konrad Raab were the owners. KÖRA represented the smaller "unknown" German toy companies in Fürth. One of those “unknown” toy companies made this KdF Wagen toy starting around 1940 and also similar Split VW toys...

Published in KÖRA
Saturday, 06 July 2013 20:27

KÖRA KdF WAGEN VW V2

KÖRA, actually known as Kölle & Raab, registered in 1923 as a toy exporting and distributing company in Germany. Barbara Kölle, Alfred Kölle and Konrad Raab were the owners. KÖRA represented the smaller "unknown" German toy companies in Fürth. One of those “unknown” toy companies made this KdF Wagen toy starting around 1940 and also similar Split VW toys...

Published in KÖRA
Saturday, 06 July 2013 19:41

KÖRA KdF WAGEN VW V1

KÖRA, actually known as Kölle & Raab, registered in 1923 as a toy exporting and distributing company in Germany. Barbara Kölle, Alfred Kölle and Konrad Raab were the owners. KÖRA represented the smaller "unknown" German toy companies in Fürth. One of those “unknown” toy companies made this KdF Wagen toy starting around 1940 and also similar Split VW toys of the post...

Published in KÖRA
Saturday, 06 July 2013 03:56

GEORG FISCHER KdF WAGEN VW GF209

In 1903 the Company GEORG FISCHER was founded. They mainly produced small toys and cars with and without clockwork motor. Ceased to exist in 1958. 

The rare tin plate, dark blue or a lighter metallic blue body, 1/44th scale featured a detailed lithograph design of a KdF Wagen with a white pin striping. The white striping detailed out the doors, roof seams, f...

Published in GF GEORG FISCHER
Friday, 05 July 2013 22:30

DISTLER KdF WAGEN VW

Johann Distler founded, in 1895 in Nürnberg, the Metallwarenfabrik Johann Distler KG. Until WW1 they mainly produced Penny Toys, later also cars, planes and mechanical toys. In 1936 the Company was bought by Ernst Völkl (also owner of TRIX). DISTLER mainly produced for large retailers and mail order.

Very nice one-piece blue lithographed tinplate body with contour o...

Published in DISTLER
Friday, 05 July 2013 20:37

DISTLER KdF WAGEN VW IIIA 42801

Johann Distler founded, in 1895 in Nürnberg, the Metallwarenfabrik Johann Distler KG. Until WW1 they mainly produced Penny Toys, later also cars, planes and mechanical toys. In 1936 the company was bought by Ernst Völkl (also owner of TRIX). DISTLER mainly produced for large retailers and mail order. 

Very nice lithographed tinplate body with cut out windows. C...

Published in DISTLER
Friday, 05 July 2013 17:26

CKO KELLERMANN KdF Wagen VW IA 359

Georg KELLERMANN founded his own Company in 1910 in Nürnberg, Germany. He learned the trade at the Company of Karl Bub and later at DISTLER. In the early years he focused on penny toys: cars, small train sets, fire cars and figurines. Only in 1920, the brand name and trade mark CKO was established. Up until the war, KELLERMANN exported a large part of his production to the USA and England, esp...

Published in CKO KELLERMANN SW
Friday, 05 July 2013 16:13

BOCHMANN KdF WAGEN VW

Produced by Carl Bochmann of Dresden, whose ‘CABO, Fabrik feiner Spielwaren’, made O gauge train accessories, goods wagons and toy cars with the trademark ‘CABO’ between 1925 and 1941.

From 1941, they most probably did not produce toys until the end of the war. In 1945, while the Soviet Army occupied Dresden, the company resumed (?) toy production and was led by Willy Bochmann, ...

Published in CABO BOCHMANN
Friday, 10 May 2013 16:00

ECKERT & ZIEGLER KdF WAGEN VW

ECKERT & ZIEGLER GmbH developed the very first injection molding machine that could work on large scale in 1926. They were located in Cologne, Germany and they produced many different kind of products using the injection molding technique. ECKERT & ZIEGLER cooperated in the early 1940's with BASF who wanted to experiment with a newly developed plastic component. The result wa...

Published in ECKERT & ZIEGLER
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