165 mm (length)61 mm (width)130 mm (height)131 g (weight)
Place of origin
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National Trust Museum of Childhood (Accredited Museum)
A tinplate red and yellow clockwork rickshaw with a white hood and gold coloured spoked wheels (circa 1912). The rickshaw contains a tin plate woman wearing a blue dress and a red hat. On her lap is a baby in white, both have painted facial features. The rickshaw is pulled by a tin plate man wearing a red jacket and hat and white trousers. A key (attached to the clockwork mechanism underneath) protrudes from the right side of the rickshaw as you look at it from the front.
Marks and inscriptions
Underside of the rickshaw: 'ENGL. PATENT/ D.R.G.M./ FABRIK MARKE/ MADE IN GERMANY'
Makers and roles