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The origins of Hallmark date back to 1910, when Joyce C. Hall founded a business in order to manufacture greeting cards in Kansas City, Missouri. The company adopted its current name and began printing it on the back of every card in 1928. In the following decades, it became the largest producer of greeting cards in the USA and diversified into other products, mainly gifts and keepsake ornaments. Besides many other motives, the range of ornaments includes all kinds of model cars made of plastic or diecast, all equipped with an eye on the upper side to hang them on a Christmas tree. Hallmark has also released diecast miniatures of historic pedal cars, as well as diecast models of the vehicles as used in "Road Rovers", an animated television series from the mid-1990s.

Model manufacturer: Hallmark

  Oscar Mayer Wienermobile
with sound; USA 2000
Hallmark (China), article no. QX6935
plastic, scale 1:87; acquired 2012
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