Founded by Georg Kellermann in 1910, Nuremberg, Germany. Kellerman manufactures clockwork tin motorcycles and other penny toys under the trademark: C.K.O.
Son Willy took over the firm following the death of his father in 1931. From 1954 to 1979, CKO made a series of 1/35th-scale toys called the "Rollo Series", which are popular with today's collectors.
It ceased in 1979 but a Chinese manufacturer in the 1990's has reissued some of its toy vehicles.
What's your 'Cko' worth? Here are some recently sold items (USA).
|Rare Tin Toy Wind Up Clown Circus||10/2019||$850.00|
|Tin Wind Up Kellermann Nr 353 Tin||09/2019||$309.44|
|Kellermann No 426 Vw Variant Box Western||10/2019||$172.50|
|Rare 1930 S Prewar Germany Tin Litho||11/2019||$169.99|
|German No 2 Kellermann Motorcycle Tin||10/2019||$159.50|
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