Toys dated from the end of the nineteenth century to the first two decades of the twentieth century. We can find examples of beautiful antique dolls, automatons, model figures and soldiers made from various materials, curious mechanical toys and board games, magic lanterns and slides, toy projectors, moneyboxes and banks, funny figures and vehicles made from tin, musical toys, collectable die-cast items and steam toys. French, German and British designs made from lithographed tin-plate, wood, steel, iron, paper, lead, rubber, composition and celluloid, manufactured by brands such as Bing, Märklin, Britains, Hornby and Lehmann. The dream of every adult in touch with that child within!
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