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Ohio Art Company 0 Gauge

(Bryan, Ohio, USA)

The Ohio Art Company was set up by Henry Winzeler in Archibold, Ohio, in 1908, and moved to Bryan, Ohio, in 1912. The company business was, and remains, lithography, with toys a secondary spin off of that process. The company is perhaps best known for toys such as tin buckets and tea sets, and Etch-a-Sketch, but also made tin litho toys suitable for use with tinplate toy trains, particularly farm buildings in various shapes and sizes, some of which are illustrated below.

Ohio Art Company Sunnyfield Farms barn

Ohio Art Company barn and silo

Ohio Art Company barn and silo

Ohio Art Company Valleyview Farm barn and (topless) corn feed silo

Ohio Art Company corn feed silo

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