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Kingsbury Toys They just don’t make toys like they
used to. Can you think of a single toy in any store
today that could withstand 665 pounds of pressure and
still be in good enough condition to wrap and put under
the Christmas tree before being subjected to a child’s
regular use? Well, a Kingsbury cast iron toy aerial
ladder truck could. It’s right there in black and white a
picture of three men standing on it in an advertisement.
Ruggedness, power and beauty were the qualities
boasted of by the Kingsbury Toy Company, an
operation Harry T. Kingsbury of Keene purchased in
1894 from James Wilkins. Wilkins started Wilkins Toy
Company in a one-story wooden building in Keene in
1890. Free Kingsbury Toy Car Identification Guide
More than 250 of these toys, formerly on display in the
lobby of the Kingsbury Corporation in Keene until the
building was flooded in October, were exhibited
throughout the summer at the Historical Society of
Cheshire County. An opening reception for “Because
We Like Children, The Toys of Wilkins and Kingsbury,
1890-1942,” during 2016.
The Kingsbury Fund, a non-profit organization, has
donated the toys to the museum for permanent display
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Kingsbury Mfg. Co., Keene, New Hampshire, 1918 - 1941.
In 1895, founder Harry T. Kingsbury bought Wilkins Toy Co.
and combined it with the Clipper Machine Works. In the early
1900s, toy cars were introduced to the company line. The
Wilkins line was dropped following WWI in favor of Kingsbury,
which was by know an established name in the field.
By 1915 Kingsbury had developed machine tool technology.
Kingsbury specialized in copying famous models of aircraft
and assembly-line, trucks, and buses. WWII saw Kingsbury
shifting to war contracts and never returning again to toy
production. 1920's Kingsbury Toy Trucks Value Guide
By 1945 Kingsbury was riding high on the rush of the
post-war automobile business and all manufacturing was
shifted to the design and manufacture of specialty machinery
for a variety of metal forming industries. The company was
taking on the look of today's Kingsbury Corporation.
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