The set of of toys below are from West Germany and are made by a company called Fleischmann.
The power engine below measures 7" x 8" (178 mm x 204mm) which I assume are L x H. The workmen are 4" high (102 mm). Louise told me that a rubber band would link the power from the engine to the individual toys. You can see the silver-coloured pulley wheel on each of the toys.
Another nice photo of the set of accessory toys and the steam engine.
Another Great Find - A 1940's-early 1950's Japanese Friction Toy Car (Chevrolet)
The toy below is 9" long (229 mm), but doesn't seem to have the name of the manufacturer puched or printed anywhere on the toy. The friction toys from Japan ,including the sci-fi toys seem to get very high prices considering their relative newer age, and what I would assume the vast amounts of toys produced worldwide.
Louise's photography is very good, and I just had to do some small adjustments
to present the toy to you.
help any experienced viewer verify the toy. The imprinted information on the back of the doll's head, the cloth material on the inside of the doll, and the detail in the socks and shoes certainly illustrate and compliment the written narrative.
and have a great part of the morning, afternoon, or evening,
wherever you may be.