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Herr was the first manufacturer of 1/87th scale plastic model cars in the GDR. The company had been founded by Luise and Erich Herr in Berlin-Treptow in 1924 and originally manufactured model railroad accessories. After World War II, Herr produced model railways, and in 1954, they introduced their first 1/87th scale model car, an EMW 340-2. Other models of Eastern European vehicles in the same scale followed in the 1960s: IFA H3A platform truck, Skoda Octavia Combi, and various Ikarus buses. During the same period, the company intensified cooperation with Espewe in Annaberg-Buchholz, and from 1968, models developed by Herr were marketed under the Espewe name. In 1972, the factory in Berlin was fully nationalized and renamed into VEB Plastspielwaren Berlin.

Skoda Octavia Combi
dark red/ivory; Czech Republic 1961
Herr (GDR), no. 5796/135/6
plastic, scale 1:87; acquired 2018
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