A GROUP OF SEVEN TIN AND METAL CHILD'S TOYS ON WHEELS, AMERICAN AND GERMAN, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY, comprising a printed tin and plastic "Queen of the Campus," by Louis Marx & Co., marked; a Japanese 1929 Rolls Royce model; lithograph printed tin "Old Jalopy," by Louis Marx, marked; a German "Dare Devil," by Lehmann, circa 1881, a theme of the undomesticated Zebra, marked; a copper gilt cast iron and wood "Banana Boys," on seesaw or teeter totter, bell toy; and a blue and red "Race car No. 5, by Louis Marx, marked. Height: 6 1/2" Width: 3 3/4" Depth: 6"
Some wear of surface decoration throughout, mild scratches and losses, head of doll slightly turned, rider of Dare Devil replaced, some pieces now lacking or replaced, mild bends and expected wear throughout, rubbing of copper finish on seesaw toy, but overall in good condition, wear commensurate with age and use.
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