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Friday, 30 August 2013 17:52

FRÖHA-NEUHIERL KdF WAGEN VW

The FRÖHA Company was founded in 1935 in Hipoltstein, Germany by Hans Frömter and mainly produced figurines, but also these KdF game pieces. This small VW was produced as a game piece. They were used for the Reulein game (see the Reulein listing). The one piece elongated body with wheels was made from wood chips, glue and painted in several dull colors. Details of the windows, front and ...

Published in FRÖHA-NEUHIERL
Saturday, 17 August 2013 04:36

LS OVAL VW

The constructed Oval Window Volkswagen model was made by a professional toy modeler in the late 1950s, most probably a very early release of LS models. LS manufactured model kits of cars, planes, motorbikes and guns from the 1950's (??) until their bankrupcy in 1992. As from the 1960's on, they produced primarily plastic models.

The Oval Window VW ...

Published in LS
Monday, 12 August 2013 23:27

UNKNOWN OVAL VW GLASS 05

A porcelain electric cigarette lighter in the shape of an Oval Window Volkswagen Sedan. Silver paint used to outline the windows, doors, front hood, headlights, bumpers and oval rear window. Metal disk on the roof gets hot enough to light a cigarette. Rated at 250 volts.

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Published in UNKNOWN OW GLASS 00-07
Monday, 12 August 2013 20:45

UNKNOWN OVAL VW GLASS 04

One-piece ceramic VW model with money slit on the roof. The 60s era lock on the bottom is engraved, “die sparkasse in Bremen.” A Split Window VW version was produced as well.

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Published in UNKNOWN OW GLASS 00-07
Monday, 12 August 2013 20:41

UNKNOWN OVAL VW GLASS 03

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 black ink. The top of the VW is open and there one holder for laying ...

Published in UNKNOWN OW GLASS 00-07
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
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