Ernst Plank was a German toy manufacturer founded in 1866 in Nuremberg, Germany. The company was named after its founder, Ernst Plank, who was a skilled tinsmith and mechanic. He initially focused on producing toy steam engines and magic lanterns. His steam engines were some of the most realistic and complex on the market, and they were quickly popular with children of all ages. Plank also produced a wide range of magic lanterns, which were popular for both entertainment and educational purposes.
In the late 19th century, Plank began to produce toy trains. His trains were also highly realistic and detailed, and they quickly became some of the most popular toy trains on the market. Plank also produced a wide range of other toys, including toy soldiers, toy animals, and toy cars. Plank's toys were known for their high quality and their innovative designs. The company was one of more...
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