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Vintage Wyandotte Metal Tin Toy Susie The Happy Hen Chicken Rooster Eggs 1930's For Sale
Vintage Tin Metal Wyandotte Chicken Toy A Super Fun and Vintage Find!!!Here we have a Lithographed Metal Chicken Toy from The All Metal Products Co.(1921-1957) better known as Wyandotte Toys. I believe this is the one they called Susie, the Happy Hen made in the 30's with five white eggs included.The idea is to place the marble egg from the top of her head, press down....Waalaah! Here comes the egg! Great Item to add to a Vintage Toy Collection! Not Sure if the Marble Eggs are original to the piece Condition: Some normal rustic vintage character wear Measures Approx: 8.25" wide x 6" tall
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More on Wyandotte Toys: All Metal Products began producing Wyandotte trucks and
cars in 1921, getting the name because they were made in Wyandotte Michigan.In the 1920s they began making a wider range of toys,
expanding the consumer base. Their slogan became "Wyandotte Toys are
Good and Safe"
During WWII, however, they could not get steel when it was needed for the war and began
making wooden toys and toys of die-cut cardboard. In 1948 they added die-cast and hard mold plastic toys in an
effort to keep up with the 5 and Dime store bargain basement
competition. High labor costs and steel shortages in the 1950s,
combined with a move to Ohio and new management ended the run of
Wyandotte toys. Ultimately,they went
bankrupt, and were purchased by one of their competitors, Louis Marx and
A Great Piece of Americana History... Today collectors continue to cherish the Wyandotte toys and trucks!
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Vintage Wyandotte Metal Tin Toy Susie The Happy Hen Chicken Rooster Eggs 1930's: $70