The Brumm Company, of Oltrona S.Mamette (a small village near Como, Italy) was the creation of three friends who began their activities with the production of models of period horse drawn carriages, with and without horses in the Brumm and Historical series.
Then in 1976, they expanded ranges to include steam powered vehicles (Old Fire) and the first motor cars in the now famous Revival series of which the three wheeler Morgan was the first. Today the company manufacturers some two hundred and fifty different models, all faithfully reproduced in 1:43 scale.
The car models produced by Brumm have been mainly dedicated to those of a more historical nature, the exception being one or two contemporary racing cars. From 1986 onwards, the company has also produced a yearly series of Limited Edition models of 5000 pieces each, all now eagerly sought after.
Likewise, in 1987, production ceased on the first 10 models in the Revival car series which immediately became coveted collectors items. Brumm will continue its policy of bringing to the collectors releases of interesting and well made models, all of which may take pride and place in any collection the world over.
What's it worth? Take a look at this Brumm price guide: sold listings for a value indication.