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Tin Wind Up Honeymoon Cottage Train Toy
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This item is already soldTin Wind Up Honeymoon Cottage Train Toy
Tin   Wind Up   Toy   Train   Railroad   Mechanical   Nostalgic
The picture shows four view of this Tin Wind Up Honeymoon Cottage Train Toy.

It is made entirely of lithographed tin with the exception of a cardboard bottom. There is a signal and gate that move up and down as the train moves through three tunnel sections. The wind up mechanism is in the center building marked


This is a similar version of the MARX Honeymoon Express toy. On two sides there are mountain country scenes and the other two sides there are city skyline scenes. The train looks like a streamline passenger train with a diesel engine. the side of the train is marked


It works great and there is a lever on top of the building to start and stop the train. On one top corner it is marked as follows:


I do not know when this toy was made or sold. The entire toy measures 7" x 7" x 2-3/8". It appears to be in near mint to mint condition.

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Tin Wind Up Honeymoon Cottage Train Toy

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