Mohawk Metal Toy Co.

The company was founded by Samuel Hofman in 1919 and produced metal toys and novelties including trains, miniature wagons, and cars. The firm commissioned Louis Wolf and Co. as their selling agent.

By 1920, the company incorporated and expanded the line to include a lightweight tin dump truck measuring approximately 7 inches in length and a "Main Street" trolley car measuring 6 1/2 inches long, Mohawk Metal Toy Company advertising disappears from the various trade publications during 1921 and the company is not heard from again.

Updated: 16 July 2020

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Mohawk value and price guide

What's your Mohawk worth in 2021? Here are some recently sold items.

Item Title Date Price
mohawk skull stainless steel utility tin Mohawk Skull Stainless Steel Utility Tin 09/2021 $4.76
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new arrival dr wu mechanic studio mc01 mozart mohawk in New Arrival Dr Wu Mechanic Studio Mc01 Mozart Mohawk In 09/2021 $19.89
herkimer new york utica mohawk valley trolley station Herkimer New York Utica Mohawk Valley Trolley Station 09/2021 $8.00
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Comments (2)
Mona - April 5, 2012
I have a Mohawk red pull wagon from 1919- 1921. I'm considering selling. Any info would be greatful.
I would try experts like for example redwagonantiques.com
Gerald - September 21, 2011
I was very lucky to find a mint condition Mohawk tin tank that has a small cannon on its top. This little tin tank is also a bank. Looking for info from anyone on this toy. Can email photos. Thank You
I don't know, but maybe you can find info here: www.mechanicalbanks.org