history of Wollner Michael

Item number: Wollner Michael (4442)

Category: Wollner Michael


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Company history and description of the company

Wollner Michael, Vienna, Austria

In 1884, Michael Wollner passed his master craftsman's examination, received the license as a pewter maker and started producing tin toys in Vienna.
In 1908 his brother Konrad, who also moved to Vienna in the meantime, takes the same master's examination and receives a trade license.
Michael Wollner died in 1918 and his wife takes over his share.
In 1928, Kunigunde Wollner Michael's daughter's relinquishes company examination.
In 1930 Konrad Wollner died.
In 1938, the molds were sold to Dr. Ing. Hans Bablik.
1948 Hand Bablik leaves the shapes to Eduard Pößnicker.
In 1955, the molds were bought by Josef Kober from Vienna.

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