Gunthermann began producing mechanical toy cars in Nuremberg in 1898 and also a number of comic and character tin wind-ups in the early 1960s.
When the founder Siegfried Gunthermann died in 1890, his widow married Adolph Weigel. Toys from that period on bore makers mark with a shield inside circle and initials A.S.G.W. Wiegels initials were removed following his death in 1919.
The company was acquired by Siemens in 1965.
|1900 S Tin Wind Up Woman Cat And Yarn||Feb 2019||$ 2 706,56|
|1900s Asgw Germany 10 Tin Wind Up||Feb 2019||$ 2 103,00|
|Rare C 1908 Leonhard Staudt Large Tin||May 2019||$ 2 000,00|
|Banjo Playing Minstrel Automaton Scroll||May 2019||$ 1 435,00|
|Tango Dancers Germany Circa 1895 Ellent||May 2019||$ 1 145,00|
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