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N Scale - Arnold - 6611 - Vehicle, Wagon,Circus - Circus - 2-Pack

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Stock Number 6611
Original Retail Price $13.99
Brand Arnold
Manufacturer Arnold
Body Style Arnold Wagon
Prototype Vehicle, Wagon,Circus
Road or Company Name Circus (Details)
Road or Reporting Number 2-Pack
Paint Color(s) White with Grey Roof
Print Color(s) Red & Blue
Paint Scheme Circus
Multipack Yes
Multipack Count 2
Multipack ID Number 6611
Release Date 1999-10-01
Item Category Vehicles
Model Type Vehicles
Model Subtype Wagon
Model Variety Circus
Scale 1/160



Specific Item Information: Althoff-Williams Circus & Kassa

Brand/Importer Information:
Founded in 1906 by Karl Arnold in Nuernberg, K. Arnold & Co. began its life producing tin toys and related items. They produced an extensive line of model ships, doll house items and other toys. In 1935, K. Arnold & Co. hired Max Ernst as their managing director. Ernst, not to be confused with the German realist artist of the same name, was a significant factor in the future of Arnold.

There are several distinct phases of Arnold's model train production. In the period of 1960 - 1962, Arnold marketed the Arnold Rapido 200 product line; this line was very crude yet it also was a sensation because of its much smaller size than TT.

The next phase was from 1963-1967, when the rapido product line begins to swing toward scale representations of the trains. It is during this period that the "Rapido Coupler" comes into production, beginning its widespread use by all model train manufacturers in N-Scale. It was in 1964 that the term "N-Scale" came into use. Between 1968 and 1970, rapido line of trains reached maturity, notably with its turntable and roundhouse. Arnold entered into a business relationship with the U.S. company Revell around 1968, beginning the marketing of Revell Rapido model trains. This relationship was marked by the beginning of production of more accurate North American prototype models by Arnold. This relationship continued for several years, ending in the late 1960s or early 1970s. Arnold continued their expanded production, with new models until the early 1990s.

On Max Ernst's 1976 retirement, Arnold employed perhaps 200 to 250 people, using three facilities in the Nurnberg area. The Company continued under family control until 1995, when Arnold went into bankruptcy and was sold to Rivarossi of Italy. Rivarossi, in turn, also went bankrupt, leading to the sale of all assets to Hornby of the United Kingdom. Production is carried out in China.

Item created by: CNW400 on 2021-07-11 21:23:26

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