Tin Toy

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toy made of tin It is the brand of the pre-loveed brand with a symbolic balloon in the shape of a balloon and the letters L and D with a loving hearts icon carved from the centre. Words'Preloved' are displayed along the logotype trade name, which is the logotype trade name'Preloved', showing a sign in the form of a balloon and the letters L and D with a loving hearts sign carved from the centre.

Words "Preloved" are displayed below the logotype.

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Amazing and unique antique item, tinplate frame and interior, toy cars with synthetic bodywork. Models run quietly and evenly, some damages to the right hand doors, SOLD, FREE SEND. Dimensions: 8 cm x 15 cm x 7 cm ca. The racing drivers are about 4 cm long (1.6") and were produced by KTS from Japan in the 70s to 80s.

5 lots of automobiles and the 3 sets of unsealed automobiles that they made in Japan were imprinted on each automobile, the small sets of automobiles that the 10 racing drivers of Japan wrote on the packaging. Amazing and unique antique item, tinplate frame and interior, toy vehicle with synthetic bodyshell. Quiet and level, the right front range was substituted because it was not there.

Good opportunity to buy a beautiful kit of 13 60's Japan tin toy automobiles, the small kit was printed by Japan on the packaging. 2 smallest sets are delivered packed, as can be seen on the photo in the manufacturer's packaging.

Brass toys | S & D

These objects were given to the museum from the Michael Bühler tin toy collections. S&E manufactured this aircraft in Japan. Most of them were busy with the US toy industry, which means that their toy reflects the US cultural heritage in some way. Tin toy manufacturing in Japan reached its climax in the sixties.

Higher labor cost and the need for die-cast patterns affected the manufacture of tin plate toy and led to a loss of toy qualities and quantities, as did plastics as a toy grade that was less expensive and less hazardous than tin. T360 / S&E / Made in Japan' This item was sponsored by Alexandra Bühler from the Michael Bühler Collections.

Bühler gathered a large selection of tin toy and wrote a novel on the topic "Tin Toy 1945-1975". Tin toy collections from all over the globe, among them Japan, Europe, India and the USA. Brass toy, airplane made in Japan by S&E, possibly in the 1950'.

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