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Displaying items by tag: 111to160mm
Sunday, 07 July 2013 18:41

HUKI VW CONVERTIBLE HK-4004

In 1910, Hubert Kienberger founded HUKI, Kienberger & Co., Nürnberg, Germany. They mainly produced Penny Toys and animals on wheels. Before WW2, they used the brand name KiCo, which was later altered into HUKI. In 1943, the company was destroyed by a fire and only in 1951 production was restarted. HUKI ceased to exist in the second half of the seventies. HUKI always produced tin toys...

Published in HK HUKI - Large Scale

In 1910, Hubert Kienberger founded HUKI, Kienberger & Co., Nürnberg, Germany. They mainly produced Penny Toys and animals on wheels. Before WWII, they used the brand name KiCo, which was later altered into HUKI. In 1943 the Company was destroyed by a fire and only in 1951 production was restarted. Huki seized to exist in the second half of the seventies. Huki always produced tint...

Published in HK HUKI - Large Scale
Sunday, 07 July 2013 04:25

HÖRNDLEIN KdF WAGEN VW FH-126

Little is known about the Spiel und Metallwarenfabrik HÖRNDLEIN. The Company was founded by Friedrich Hörndlein in 1932 and went out of business (due to the war) in the early 1940’s. They produced tinplate cars, boats and submarines as well as doll house accessories. It was most probably located in Nürnberg or possibly Fürth, Germany. Fact is that ...

Published in HÖRNDLEIN
Sunday, 07 July 2013 00:10

UNKNOWN KdF WAGEN VW GLASS 05

The model is a savings bank with the coin slot on the middle of the roof. Underneath the car was the opening to open the savings box. Engraved in the metal of the lock is “die Sparkasse in Bremen” and “6962”. It seems that the mold for the savings box consisted of 2 parts as can be seen on the seam on the roof and the front if the car.

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Published in UNKNOWN GLASS 00-07
Saturday, 06 July 2013 21:57

KÖRA US ZONE SPLIT VW V4

KÖRA, actually known as Kölle & Raab, registered in 1923 as a toy exporting and distributing company in Germany. Barbara Kölle, Alfred Kölle and Konrad Raab were the owners. KÖRA represented the smaller "unknown" German toy companies in Fürth. One of those “unknown” toy companies made this KdF Wagen toy starting around 1940 and also similar Split VW toys...

Published in KÖRA
Saturday, 06 July 2013 21:21

KÖRA KdF WAGEN VW V3

KÖRA, actually known as Kölle & Raab, registered in 1923 as a toy exporting and distributing company in Germany. Barbara Kölle, Alfred Kölle and Konrad Raab were the owners. KÖRA represented the smaller "unknown" German toy companies in Fürth. One of those “unknown” toy companies made this KdF Wagen toy starting around 1940 and also similar Split VW toys...

Published in KÖRA
Saturday, 06 July 2013 20:27

KÖRA KdF WAGEN VW V2

KÖRA, actually known as Kölle & Raab, registered in 1923 as a toy exporting and distributing company in Germany. Barbara Kölle, Alfred Kölle and Konrad Raab were the owners. KÖRA represented the smaller "unknown" German toy companies in Fürth. One of those “unknown” toy companies made this KdF Wagen toy starting around 1940 and also similar Split VW toys...

Published in KÖRA
Saturday, 06 July 2013 19:41

KÖRA KdF WAGEN VW V1

KÖRA, actually known as Kölle & Raab, registered in 1923 as a toy exporting and distributing company in Germany. Barbara Kölle, Alfred Kölle and Konrad Raab were the owners. KÖRA represented the smaller "unknown" German toy companies in Fürth. One of those “unknown” toy companies made this KdF Wagen toy starting around 1940 and also similar Split VW toys of the post...

Published in KÖRA
Saturday, 06 July 2013 18:39

GAMA US ZONE SPLIT VW V2

In 1881 the GAMA Company was founded by Georg Adam Mangold in Fürth, Germany. GAMA was one of the first companies after the war to be allowed to produce toys again. They set up production in an old military barracks.

Tin plate body with silver painted windshield, split window, louvers, headlights and taillights. Side windows not painted. Tin plate chassis with a friction motor...

Published in GAMA SW
Saturday, 06 July 2013 17:29

GAMA US ZONE SPLIT VW V1

In 1881 the GAMA company was founded by Georg Adam Mangold in Fürth, Germany. GAMA was one of the first companies after the war to be allowed to produce toys again. They set up production in an old military barracks.

Tin plate body with some or all the windows painted silver. Silver painted air louvers, headlights and taillights. Tin plate chassis with key w...

Published in GAMA SW
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