Toy car, 'Oho', clockwork-operated, metal, made by E.P. Lehmann, Brandenburg, Germany, 1910-1920 The toy car is an early veteran model with upright steering wheel and artillery wheels. There is neither driver protection nor windscreen. The car is driven by a uniformed chauffeur. A key in the side panel of the car is used to wind up the clockwork mechanism that sits underneath. The car is made of lithographed tin plate and is finished in green with black lining. The chauffeur is wearing a reddish brown uniform and a cap secured with a chin strap.
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