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J F Schreiber (J F S i E)

(Eßlingen & München Esslingen & Munich Germany)

Jacob Ferdinand Schreiber, born 1809, formed the publisher of books for children in 1831, the business being run by his son Ferdinand Schreiber after J F Schreiber died in 1868. J F Schreiber produced toy theatres as well as books and card construction models including castles, palaces, lighthouses, ships, aircraft, nativity scenes and the railway station (bahnhof) illustrated below, which is understood to be based based on that at Darmstadt in Germany.


Darmstadt bahnhof

Bahnhof (station) paper/card model, published 1914 by J F Schreiber from an original design by Bruno Holz
Ten sheets built a model approximately 90 cm long by 33 cm wide by 40 cm high

Bahnhof (station) paper/card model, published 1914 by J F Schreiber from an original design by Bruno Holz
Ten sheets built a model approximately 90 cm long by 33 cm wide by 40 cm high

Bahnhof (station) paper/card model, published 1914 by J F Schreiber from an original design by Bruno Holz
Ten sheets built a model approximately 90 cm long by 33 cm wide by 40 cm high

Bahnhof (station) paper/card model, published 1914 by J F Schreiber from an original design by Bruno Holz
Ten sheets built a model approximately 90 cm long by 33 cm wide by 40 cm high

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