European Horse-Drawn Toys

 In Tin Toys

By Louis Natenshon

HORSE-DRAWN TOYS enjoyed wide popularity in the U.S. and Europe, during the second half of the 19th century. Construction of toys in America reflected the need for volume production, resulting in the widespread use of cast iron. American tin toys often employed flat sheets, simply painted, allowing details to be efficiently applied with stencils.

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