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Monday, 12 August 2013 03:48

UNKNOWN OVAL VW GLASS 02

A porcelain ashtray in the shape of an Oval Window Volkswagen Sedan. These were given as a promotional item by many of the driving schools and auto dealers in Holland during the late 50s and early 60s. The name of the driving school and auto dealers, address, phone numbers and the rear oval window were painted on the VWs with either black, blue or green ink. The top of the VW is open and there ...

Published in UNKNOWN OW GLASS 00-07
Monday, 12 August 2013 02:51

UNKNOWN OVAL VW GLASS 01

A VW shaped porcelain container with a wooden tap at the rear and filler hole on the top. Oval Window VW details outlined in gold color. Mounted on a wooden box with a drawer containing six liquor glasses and a space for a pack of cigarettes. Sometimes has a “FABRIQUE EN ALLEMAGNE” sticker on the bottom and “peint al a main” sticker on the windshield.

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Published in UNKNOWN OW GLASS 00-07
Wednesday, 07 August 2013 21:02

STEHA OVAL VW V2

STEHA, the company of Steiner & Hausser located in Coburg. Soft red rubber shaped VW squeeze toy with sound. The body had solid windows and fair details of the front hood and oval rear window. Metal axles went through the chassis and rubber wheels attached to the axles. Marked "STEHA D.B.P. Made in Western Germany". Article number RA21.

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Published in STEHA
Monday, 05 August 2013 04:23

ST. HUBERT OVAL VW

St. Hubert's history is supported by a long tradition of innovation. This Léger's family restaurant first opened its doors in 1951 in Montreal, Canada. Their most notable innovation is without a doubt the introduction of free home delivery service, a first in Canada. At the forefront of their field, the Léger's did not hesitate to turn to radio and TV ads to attract customers to their St. Hub...

Published in ST. HUBERT
Monday, 05 August 2013 03:48

STEHA OVAL VW V1

STEHA, the company of Steiner & Hausser located in Coburg. Soft blue or red rubber body with solid windows and fair details of the front hood and oval rear window. Metal axles and rubber wheels glued unto the body. The blue version was marked "Made in Germany US Zone", the red version was marked with "Made in Western Germany".

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Published in STEHA
Sunday, 21 July 2013 03:05

LAURÖSCH SPLIT VW

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.

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Published in LAURÖSCH
Friday, 19 July 2013 16:08

HAUSSER KdF WAGEN VW V5

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
Thursday, 18 July 2013 22:32

DEGENHARDT SPLIT VW

The model, believed to be produced by DEGENHARDT, Nürtigen (currently: Osann-Monzel), Germany, is a cigarette dispenser and shows a little paper tag glued to the body indicating that it was carved out of 1 piece of wood by hand (“aus einem Stück handgeschnitzt”). Usually the wood was oak but has also been seen using other types of hard wood. There is a lift-off panel on the roof...

Published in DEGENHARDT
Wednesday, 17 July 2013 19:28

GOEBEL SPLIT VW V1

The porcelain factory F. & W. Goebel  was founded in 1871 in Oeslau-Wilhelmsfeld by mr. Franz Detleff Goebel and his son William Goebel.  The company is famous for their Hummel figurines; for many years Goebel has been known as the “Hummelwerk“. They produced many different products, among which many different coinbanks.

Published in GOEBEL
Monday, 15 July 2013 00:57

UNKNOWN KdF WAGEN VW METAL 02 C

A resin model made by using the original tooling (body only) of the large and heavy aluminum KdF casting with cut out windows.

The tooling was found in the 1980’s on a Hamburg, Germany, flea market. The tooling was (at the end of the 1980’s) lend to the Volkswagen Wolfsburg Museum, Germany, which restored the tool and plans were made to produce a l...

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