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The Danbury Mint, founded by Ralph Glendinning and Ted Stanley in Westport, Connecticut in 1969, markets a variety of collectibles. Their first product was a series of 21 medals commemorating the Apollo 11 moon landing, but the company soon diversified into other products such as jewelry, figurines, collectors' plates, dolls, and diecast model cars. In the 1980s, the Danbury Mint introduced a range of highly detailed 1/24th scale diecast models of classic cars, made in China and similar to the models marketed by the Franklin Mint. Another series called "Classic Cars of the World", including unpainted pewter models of famous cars from the first half of 20th century in about 1/40th scale, had already been available some years before. These models were manufactured in England.
- Model manufacturer: Danbury Mint
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