Keystone Manufacturing Company

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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.