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Friday, 12 July 2013 22:59

SPEAR & SÖHNE V1 KdF WAGEN SPLIT VW

The company J.W.Spear (later J.W.Spear & Sons) was registered in Fürth, a small town near Nuremberg, Germany by Jacob Wolf Spear in 1879. It manufactured a variety of 'fancy goods', such as table mats, photo frames and albums, waste-paper baskets, flowerpot covers and papier-mâché handkerchief boxes as well as some games, in a purpose-built factory at the rear of Jacob’s home. Th...

Published in SPEAR & SÖHNE SW
Friday, 12 July 2013 22:02

RAPI CONSTRUCTION KdF WAGEN VW

Construction paper model of the Blue/Grey KdF Wagen issued through the Nazi NSKK. It consisted of a construction paper sheet measuring 34cm x 49cm and needed to be cut out and glued together to construct a KdF Wagen. The axles were supossed to be made from knitting needles !! The wheels had to be cut out from wood and the paper wheel had to be glued onto it.The artwork is marked RAPI and number...

Friday, 12 July 2013 20:30

STOMO SPIELE V2 KdF WAGEN SPLIT VW

 A solid piece of wood in the shape of a Volkswagen painted in 6 colors. They were game pieces used in a board game called LABYRINTH AUTO RENNEN produced by Stockinger & Morsack, Vienna, Austria. Box measures 38 x 28 cm and includes 6 VWs.

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Published in STOMO SPIELE
Friday, 12 July 2013 20:18

STOMO SPIELE V1 KdF WAGEN SPLIT VW

A solid piece of wood in the shape of a Volkswagen painted in 4 colors. They were game pieces used in a board game called Glockner Rennen produced by Stockinger & Morsack (STOMO), Vienna, Austria, The board game was issued in remembrance of the opening of the road over the Glockner. Box measures 33 x 27 cm and includes 4 VWs. It ...

Published in STOMO SPIELE

J.F.SCHREIBER (JFS) was founded in 1831 by Jakob Ferdinand Schreiber and is located in Esslingen am Neckar in Germany. JFS first produced printed sceneries of Esslingen und its surroundings. Followed by picture books, religious books and natural science books. The Company flourished and from 1840 they issued children’s books also. In the early 1900’s they issued paper cut out models for pla...

Friday, 12 July 2013 03:00

REULEIN KdF WAGEN VW GAME SET

The ABC Verlag Georg Reulein, Nürnberg, Germany produced a game set called ‘Mit dem KdF Auto durch Großdeutschland‘. There were 6 KdF Wagen VW game pieces in the game set and the game box measured 26X39cm, the game board itself measured 64X50cm. 

The game came in 2 versions. The earliest version shows a map of Germany prior to the start of Wo...

Published in REULEIN
Thursday, 11 July 2013 00:31

SPIELE SCHMIDT KdF WAGEN VW

Schmidt Spiele was founded by Josef Friedrich Schmidt in Munich, Germany in 1905. The first game published was Mensch ärgere Dich nicht, a variant of

Wednesday, 10 July 2013 02:10

O. RITTER KdF WAGEN VW

A one-piece blue tinted glass KdF Wagen era game piece with outlines of the front hood, windshield, side windows, door seams, headlights and a crescent shaped rear window. Since the glass game piece was flat on the bottom to move on the game board, there were fender skirts and no wheels per say. Inside the glass body was recessed.

The glass KdF Wagen game piece was fo...

Published in O. RITTER
Tuesday, 09 July 2013 03:25

MÄRKLIN KdF WAGEN VW IIIA9

Gebr. Märklin & Cie. GmbH (MÄRKLIN) was founded in 1859 by Theodor Friedrich Wilhelm Märklin and is based in Göppingen in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It originally specialized in doll house kitchen accessories, but after 1891 the sons of T.F.W. Märklin focused on tin toys and trains when they acquired the Firm of Ludwig Lutz. Although ...

Published in MÄRKLIN
Tuesday, 09 July 2013 02:56

MÄRKLIN KdF WAGEN VW PICO 9

 

Gebr. Märklin & Cie. GmbH (MÄRKLIN) was founded in 1859 by Theodor Friedrich Wilhelm Märklin and is based in Göppingen in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It originally specialized in doll house kitchen accessories, but after 1891 the sons of  T.F.W. Märklin focused on tin toys and trains when they acquired the Firm of Ludwig Lutz. Although they were most...

Published in MÄRKLIN
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