Two together, as they came together. Perhaps they belonged to the same child. He (or she) played gently with them. There is scuffing and some dirt and a little bit of rust in places on both pieces, but no dents or breaks. The car is a 1950s rendition of cars of that era. Not quite huge, like in later 50s and early 60s. It is not broken or bent anywhere. The images and the colors are still very good The rubber wheels are in lovely condition. There are scratches and scuffs, which is to be expected on a beloved boy's toy.
The car measures 10" long by 4" wide by 3" tall to the top of the roof. Truly a beloved toy, yet in good enough shape to grace a collection. There are no marks on it, as I can find.
The shovel is made by Ohio Art, a toy company that made tons of lovely tin toys. As you can see, the shovel was used a lot, in dirt and sand. It's 14" tall and the shovel part is approximately 4 3/4" wide. The graphic of a steam shovel is in great condition and the colors are still lovely. Two nice toys to add to your tin toy collection. Please study the photos and ask any questions. I will be glad to answer. Thank you for checking in.
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