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Nuremberg, Germany, 1920 - 1971.
GeLy trademark. Georg Levy produced automotive tin toys under Kienberger name "Kiko" until 1920, then launched his own firm. For several years Levy was a partner of Hubert Kienberger (HuKi).
In 1934 Georg could no longer work for his company, because he was of Jewish descent and he suffered under the regime of the National-Socialism. His company has been acquired by Karl Ochs and the name was changed in "Neurenberg Tin Toy Factory".