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Saturday, August 28, 2021

GÖSO Anti Aircraft Truck

The company Christian Götz und Sohn (GÖSO) was founded in Fürth (Germany) in 1878. Up until World War I, GÖSO mainly manufactured sheet metal accessories for dollhouses, including fittings for complete bathrooms such as tile walls, bathtubs, stoves for these bathtubs or washbasins. The product range also included tin toys for playing outside, for example in the sandpit. GÖSO also produced the interesting bell rollers, which are extremely rare today and are rarely offered. During the First and before the Second World War, GÖSO, like so many other tin toy manufacturers, produced military, i.e. war toys. This consisted of the usual assortment of sheet metal armor, jeeps and sheet metal cannons. The vehicles were often equipped with composition figures and had a clockwork drive. This GÖSO tinplate  anti aircraft truck was found recently in Germany.

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