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Rafael Paya started producing tin toys in Ibi near Alicante in Spain in 1902. From 1910 his company made clockwork operated toys, mainly cars, but also trains, ships, airplanes and other vehicles. Initially many models were made under contract for German and French firms, but by the 1920s Paya enjoyed world-wide success with its own designs. Toy production was stopped during the Spanish Civil War and World War II, but was resumed in 1946. In the 1950s and 1960s, Paya diversified into games and plastic toys. In 1984, the company was converted into a foundation and subsequently concentrated on limited edition reproductions of its classic toys. Chinese-made copies of historic Paya models also entered the market after the year 2000. In 2013 it was announced that the firm was in liquidation.

Seat 600
red; Spain 1957
Paya (Spain), no. 1600
plastic, scale 1:20; acquired 2014
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