Although it is unmarked, my research attributes this precious baby pram to All Metal Products Co., as known as Wyandotte Toys, which began producing metal toys in Michigan, operating from 1921 to 1957. This cute carriage has an unusual feature, allowing the hood to be moved to shade either end of the baby buggy. The sides are printed with a scene of charming children at play, including a little girl proudly pushing a pram, and at one end is a picture of a smiling blond baby on a pillow. This is one sturdy, well made toy--even the wheels are metal. The carriage is 6.5 inches long, not including the handle, approximately 6.5 inches from the bottom of the wheels to the top of the hood, and just over 3 inches wide. The little doll, a 4.5 inch tall all-bisque Bonnie Babe, is just to help show the scale and is NOT included. This baby carriage is in wonderful condition for a vintage toy, with the majority of its paint intact. Most of the wear is on the wheels, with scattered wear, scratches, and scrapes on the rest of the buggy. This little baby buggy displays beautifully and is ready for you to tuck in some lucky baby doll.
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