Gama Diecast Construction Truck Collection for Sale
Gama Diecast Construction Truck Collection
Our diecast Game truck collection is a tough one to replicate. Gama made these postwar ca 1960 diecast construction vehicles as a nod to the UK’s popular Corgi and Dinky decants.
Our set comes with a great array of colors like the tough-to-source blue bucket truck as well as yellow and orange vehicles.
Condition is used, but these appear to be very limited and extremely tough to find.
A brief history of Gama Toys of Fürth, Germany:
According to Edward Force, Gama is the acronym for Georg Adam MAngold, who started the company in Fürth, Germany in 1882 making tinplate mechanical toys. Most toy production up through World War II and up until the late 1950s was lithographed tinplate.
In the early 1940s, toy tanks were popular and offered in various sizes including 3.5 and 7 inches in length. The destruction of World War II disrupted production as with other German makers such as Märklin and Schuco. In the late 1940s, production was started again under the auspices of the U.S.
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|Dimensions||8 × 8 × 9 in|