Tri-ang Toys has a long history of making toys that can be traced back to the Lines family who set up a toy making business in 1850. The business started with wooden toys including life-size horses to display saddlery goods.
In 1876, the business expanded and began making all kinds of playthings for the children of wealthy London upper and middle classes. The company continued to expand and made many acquisitions, absorbing other London toy makers. In 1924, Tri-ang Toys was established and adopted its world-famous trademark, the red triangle design representing the three Lines brothers.
The company offered sturdy, well-built toys, constructed with a combination of wood and metal. They produced a series of delightful Tri-ang road vehicles called the Dolls Motor Vans with wooden wheels and tinplate radiators. Tri-ang also made pressed steel lorries, including a van, petrol tanker, breakdown wagon, more...
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