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Displaying items by tag: 86to110mm
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 04:16

GÖSO Götz und Söhne VW BUS V2

In 1876, Christian Götz founded the Company Christian Götz. In 1906 the Company was taken over by his son Konrad Götz and the Company was renamed GÖSO: Christian Götz & Sohn GmbH. They produced doll houses and toys to play with in the sand, but also military tin toys. After WW2, they produced tin toys as well as plastic toys. In 1972, the Company was bought by the WADER firm.

Published in GÖSO Götz und Söhne
Monday, 27 January 2014 00:35

MARABOUT VW CONVERTIBLE

MARABOUT is a Belgian Publishing House, originally located in Verviers, that published in the French language. One of their publications was the MARABOUT JUNIOR, which were adventure novels for teenagers. Those booklets often contained supplements. An example of those supplements is a series of construction paper model cars. In edition number 53, in 1955 a construction paper model of a bl...

Published in MARABOUT
Tuesday, 21 January 2014 22:30

UNKNOWN VW BUS METAL 00

A VW Combi Bus consisting of 3 tinplate parts and a tinplate chassis. Details of the cab door seams and double door seam lines on both sides of the body. Side air louvers and license plate indentation on the engind compartment door. Tin VW front emblem and headlights. Friction motor and the wheels are made of rubber with tinplate hubcaps. No bumpers and the chassis attaches to the center ...

Published in UNKNOWN BS METAL 00-05
Sunday, 19 January 2014 01:32

MICRO MODELS VW BUS

MICRO MODELS (die-cast vehicles division) were originally produced by Goodwood Australia Pty in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia between 1952 and 1961. MICRO MODELS vehicles were also produced in New Zealand by Lincoln Industries of Auckland between 1956 and 1960. Production at both facilities was finally halted after conceding to the better quality and ever improving models offered by CORG...

Published in MICRO MODELS BS
Saturday, 18 January 2014 18:40

UNKNOWN VW BUS PAPER 00

A cardboard VW Passenger Bus, measuring 95 mm when built (like a box). The card board itself measures 200 mm x 150 mm. No mentioning of manufacturer. The only instructions on the board are “Ritzen” (= carve ) and “Kleben”(= glue).

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Published in UNKNOWN BS PAPER 00-05
Monday, 30 December 2013 21:52

HAMMER VW BUS V2

The HAMMER Company was founded by Arthur Hammer in Lüdenscheid, Germany, in 1937 and produced tools for manufacturing thermo and duroplast materials. In 1950, they bought an injection mold machine and started producing small plastic toys.

One piece plastic body of a VW Pickup Bus with solid windows. Details include door seam lines, bed doors, headlights, engine lid a...

Published in HAMMER BS
Friday, 27 December 2013 03:59

MARCHESINI - AMBO VW BUS

Augustine Marchesini established in 1908 a toy company in Bologna, Italy, named MARCHESINI AMBO. AMBO is short for Augustine Marchesini Bologna. It was one of the oldest companies producing tin plate toys in Italy.

Tin body with cut out windows and good details of a 1950 era VW Transporter Bus and VW ...

Published in MARCHESINI - AMBO BS
Monday, 16 December 2013 02:40

TOMTE VW BUS V2

The Company was started in 1940 by Aasmund Sigurd Laerdal in Stavanger, Norway. Originally a small publishing house, it specialized in greetings cards and children's books. By 1943, the Company had expanded into the manufacturing of wooden toys under the name Smavare Industry. In 1951, the Company expanded into plastics and began manufacturing realistic play dolls and in 1959 started prod...

Published in TOMTE
Wednesday, 11 December 2013 03:33

UNKNOWN VW BUS PLASTIC 02

A two section plastic VW Transporter Bus with cut out windows. Details of the headlights, VW front VW emblem, door seam and engine air louvers. Barn door rear engine lid, front molded bumpers and rear bumper. The lower body section forms the chassis which is a crisscross grid design. White plastic wheels on metal axles snap on. Seldom found and no markings. It is believed to be produ...

Sunday, 08 December 2013 23:50

TOMTE VW BUS V1

The Company was started in 1940 by Aasmund Sigurd Laerdal in Stavanger, Norway. Originally a small publishing house, it specialized in greetings cards and children's books. By 1943, the Company had expanded into the manufacturing of wooden toys under the name Smavare Industry. In 1951, the Company expanded into plastics and began manufacturing realistic play dolls and in 1959 started prod...

Published in TOMTE
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