The Compagnie Industrielle du Jouet (CIJ), which translates to the Industrial Toy Company, was a prominent French toy manufacturer that played a significant role in the toy industry from the early 20th century until the mid-1960s. CIJ was founded in 1920 by Fernand Migault in Paris, France. The company initially focused on producing tinplate toys, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, and trains. CIJ established a reputation for its high-quality craftsmanship, attention to detail, and innovative designs, becoming one of the leading manufacturers of tin toys in France.
During the 1920s and 1930s, CIJ experienced substantial growth and success. The company expanded its product range to include a wide variety of toys, ranging from vehicles to mechanical toys and dolls. CIJ's toys were known for their durability, vibrant colors, and intricate detailing, capturing the imagination of children and collectors alike. In the 1930s, CIJ introduced a significant innovation in more...
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