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Tipp & Co.

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German toy company from Nuremberg, also spelled Tippco, founded in 1912. It was acquired by Philip Ullmann in 1919 and was to become famous in the thirties for its enormous toy cars made of tinplate. Identifiable with its trademark TCO. With the rise of the Nazis, Ullmann fled to England where he founded Mettoy (1933 to 1983), the original manufacturer of Corgi toys. Tipp & Co. ceased production in 1971.

German toy company from Nuremberg, also spelled Tippco, founded in 1912. It was acquired by Philip Ullmann in 1919 and was to become famous in the thirties for its enormous toy cars made of tinplate. Identifiable with its trademark TCO. With the rise of the Nazis, Ullmann fled to England where he founded Mettoy (1933 to 1983), the original manufacturer of Corgi toys. Tipp & Co. ceased production in 1971.

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