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Haji was a trademark used by the Mansei Toy Company. Founded in 1951, this was a relatively small Japanese toy maker based in Kotobuki, Taito-ku, Tokyo, that concentrated its output on tinplate vehicles, but occasionally produced other metal toys as well. Among others, the range comprised motorbikes, trucks and a series of American cars. The cars are friction-powered and realistic copies of their prototypes, some of them are featuring extra detail such as opening doors or a choice of number plates to cut out from the box. The company was in business at least until the mid-1960s.

Model manufacturer: Haji

  Rambler Station Wagon
green metallic; USA 1964
Haji (Japan)
tin, scale 1:25; acquired 2013
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