Schuco is a renowned German toy manufacturer that was founded in 1912 by Heinrich Müller and Heinrich Schreyer under the name Schreyer & Co. in Nuremberg, Germany. Initially, Schuco focused on producing metal and tinplate toys. Their early products included mechanical cars, trains, and various other wind-up toys. However, it was in the 1920s and 1930s that Schuco gained international recognition and popularity for their innovative and finely crafted toys.
During this period, Schuco introduced a range of ingenious wind-up toys with intricate mechanisms. These toys, often featuring detailed designs and moving parts, captivated children and collectors alike. Some of Schuco's most iconic toys from this era include the "Examico" car, the "Piccolo" line of miniature vehicles, and the famous "Yes/No" Teddy bears, which could move their heads in response to being tilted.
Schuco continued to produce toys throughout World War II. However, the company's more...
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