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8x10 PRINT of vintage toy collection, toys include pig butterfly horse cowboy clown, photo by Elizabeth Rosen
vintage toys tin toys 8x10 PRINT pig by ElizabethRosenArt on Etsy, $15.00
Betty Jo Designs saved to Vintage Sweetness
"This vintage 1930's-1940's era tin lithograph mechanical tin merry-go-round toy. The carousel is made in the USA by the Wolverine Supply & Mfg. Company in Pittsburg, PA. One flag is missing. It can be spun by hand after winding and it will play the musical notes. This may be a simple fix with oil or an adjustment for someone that knows what they are doing. 12\"H. x 11\"Diam. Otherwise a very nice piece. Please see all pics, estate sale find, feel free to message us with any questions."
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Arthur saved to old toy vehicles
About "Knockout Champs" was manufactured by Louis Marx & Co. in New York, circa 1930. The toy is made of lithographed tin, the boxers are hand-painted celluloid, and the rope around the ring is string. All of the parts are original and in excellent condition. The box is also included and is in excellent original condition with all of the flaps intact (see images). The toy operates as follows: with the key wound up (original key) press in on the lever on the side of the toy. The boxers swing…
Adriana Kon saved to Toys, games and dollhouses
I'm selling a terrific tin windup Circus Elephant made by TPS of Japan. The toy measures 6 1/2 inches or almost 17 centimeters high and it is complete and all original. It is in excellent, working con...from
Jackie Prathankiat saved to Arts & Inspirations1
Industrial Revolution made tin toys possible
"A rare two wheel (rubber tires) mounted Gescha* mortar, finished in original pre-war camouflage color scheme with working elevating/firing mechanisms. The mortar can be positioned on the left hand wheel of the horizontal to the vertical. Previously, you have to pull the left lever backward. This locks on a row of teeth, the gear in the respective position. Gescha \"four-leaf clover\" mark to trail, this mark was used by Gescha till 1939. Minor paint loss, otherwise excellent condition…
The Legendary Spielzeug Museum of Davos: 456.1 German Lithographed Tin Mechanical
İmran Kılınç saved to Toys