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85/2568-27 Toy tram, tin plate, made by Gunthermann, Germany, 1930. Click to enlarge.

Red and cream tin plate toy tram

Made
Toy tram, tin plate, made by Gunthermann, Germany, 1930

Toy tram made in tin plate with a cream and red enamel finish and black detailing. 'MADE IN GERMANY' surrounding the number '56' is printed on both sides in black. It has some rust damage.

Summary

Object No.

85/2568-27

Object Statement

Toy tram, tin plate, made by Gunthermann, Germany, 1930

Physical Description

Toy tram, tin plate, made by Gunthermann, Germany, 1930

Toy tram made in tin plate with a cream and red enamel finish and black detailing. 'MADE IN GERMANY' surrounding the number '56' is printed on both sides in black. It has some rust damage.

Marks

'MADE IN GERMANY' surrounding the number '56' is printed on both sides in black.

Dimensions

Height

120 mm

Width

80 mm

Depth

300 mm

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Red and cream tin plate toy tram 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 September 2020, <https://ma.as/41554>

Wikipedia

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