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Displaying items by tag: 86to110mm
Monday, 29 July 2013 20:55


The Lego Group was founded in 1916 by Ole Kirk Christiansen, a carpenter from Billund, Denmark when he bought an already existing woodwork shop. During the years of economic depression in the late 1920’s, Ole Kirk began producing miniature versions of his products as design aids. This inspired him to begin producing toys in 1932: wooden pull toys, piggy banks, cars and trucks. The name LEGO w...

Published in LEGO OW
Sunday, 28 July 2013 00:25


This Oval Window VW was manufactured in the 1950s by the IRWIN Corp. of Fitchburg, Mass. IRWIN made celluloid novelty toys beginning about 1922 and switched to plastic during the 1940s. The company made small plastic cars, dollhouse furniture and other toys through the 1950s. Christmas decorations and Disney-licensed items, which are sought after by Disneyana collectors today.&n...

Published in IRWIN

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

Tin body with a red & black color lithograph VW Sedan design with sunroof and license plate number GF-209. People’s faces in the windows. Tin chassis with or without a friction motor.

Published in GEORG FISCHER
Saturday, 27 July 2013 04:05


Tin body with cut out windows and fair details of front and rear hood, door seams and rear oval window with air louvers. Tin headlights and VW hood emblem. Tin chassis with a friction motor and rubber tires with hubcaps. Tin bumpers appeared in various styles. The chassis is marked JAPAN with or without the ENDOH insignia.

Published in ENDOH OW
Thursday, 25 July 2013 23:43


The Spielzeug/Blechspielzeug Company Konrad Dreßler (DRESSLER) founde...

Published in DRESSLER
Thursday, 25 July 2013 23:15


Frank Hornby established Meccano Ltd. in 1908 to make metal construction sets and model railroads. In the early 1930s, Meccano made many types of tin plate and other metal cars and in 1934 the name "Meccano Dinky Toys" was used for the first time. The name Meccano was dropped and the brand became DINKY TOYS until 1971. Dinky Toys was the brand name for die-cast zinc alloy miniature vehicles. Th...

Published in DINKY TOYS
Thursday, 25 July 2013 22:18


COMPAGNIE INDUSTRIELLE du JOUET (CIJ) was founded by Fernand Migault in 1920, Paris, France. CIJ received exclusive rights from Citroen and produced until 1934 many Citroen models. In 1929 ownership of CIJ changed into the hands of the family Babterosses and they moved the production site to Briare-le-Canal, France. After 1934, they had exclusivity rights with Renault until ...

Published in CIJ

The Georg Fischer GF139, GF217, GF221, GF241 and GF250 were produced in very small quantities. Perhaps intended as samples or presentations at Toy Trade Shows in Germany or any other special occasion. Seldom Found.

Please note that it might very well be possible that these conversions are NOT original. In the last years several of those conversions showed up and it was clear that

Sunday, 21 July 2013 03:05


A very nicely detailed stamped metal form by LAURÖSCH, from the town of Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany. The form is used to make chocolate VWs. The door windows are open and it shows the driver and the co-driver!

The white plaster car shown in the pictures is made from the chocolate form.

The length of the car is approximately 103 mm.

Published in LAURÖSCH
Friday, 19 July 2013 16:08


In 1904 Christian Hausser and his sons Max and Otto founded the HAUSSER Company, although it initially was named Müller & Freyer. Starting from 1912 the Company was renamed into O&M HAUSSER. They carried the trade name Elastolin. In the 1930's the Company moved to Neustadt bei Coburg, Germany. Like all toy producers, they had to stop production in 1943 by order of the NAZI regime...

Published in HAUSSER
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