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Keystone is best known for the production of the mid-1920s pressed-steel riding trucks copied from the Packard Motor Company model and their 1936 “ride-em” mail plane. They produced many items from pressed board. These included a Western playset and some zoo or circus animals. In 1958, Keystone Company was divided and purchased by various companies after the founder, Chester Rimmer, died.
 
Keystone is best known for the production of the mid-1920s pressed-steel riding trucks copied from the Packard Motor Company model and their 1936 “ride-em” mail plane. They produced many items from pressed board. These included a Western playset and some zoo or circus animals. In 1958, Keystone Company was divided and purchased by various companies after the founder, Chester Rimmer, died.
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Latest revision as of 17:09, 18 July 2015

Keystone is best known for the production of the mid-1920s pressed-steel riding trucks copied from the Packard Motor Company model and their 1936 “ride-em” mail plane. They produced many items from pressed board. These included a Western playset and some zoo or circus animals. In 1958, Keystone Company was divided and purchased by various companies after the founder, Chester Rimmer, died.

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