Falk & Schoenner Steam Toys

A Schoenner live steam tin and brass fire pumper with vertical boiler

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A Schoenner steam powered Le Belle painted tin riverboat

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A Schoenner 2-2-2 live steam brass locomotive

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A Schoenner steam powered tricycle with candle powered boiler

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Joseph Falk and Jean Schoenner Steam Power Engines & Toys

German toymaker Jean Schoenner made steam power engines and accessory toys in Nuremburg from 1875 to 1910.

Fellow German toymaker Joseph Falk, also in Nuremburg, produced steam powered toys beginning in 1895 and would take over the operations of Jean Schoenner circa 1910. The Falk trademark is an oval plaque with the initials JF flanking a tower over a “Made in Germany” banner.

Joseph Falk remained in operation until circa 1930 when his operations were consumed by Ernst Plank.


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