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Ferdinand Strauss Co. was founded in New York City. Strauss specialized in importing tin mechanical toys and produced toys from 1914 to 1927.

Strauss hired Louis Marx, whom later founded the Marx toy company.

Strauss produced (wind-up) toys for the Abraham & Strauss Department Stores and was a pioneer in the friction tin toy industry.

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Betty - February 4, 2015

I haves Strauss Junior Oil Tank truck.Probably between 1915 1920.What would it be worth.
►reply: I've seen them sold for between 150 and 900 USD. Is it this one: Strauss Junior Oil Tank

Deborah - September 14, 2014

We found a Strauss original No. 50 tin flying top in it's original box and in working condition. Can you please tell us how much this toy is worth? Thank you.
►reply: There is boxed one for sale right now with a 'buy it now' price of 99 USD.

Bev - November 10, 2013

I have a toy,which Noel Barrett thought was a Strauss Tip Top Porter. The cart has no identification on it. A photo of a toy looking almost identical to mine is on p.17 IMAGES IN BLACK, 150 years of black collectibles, as "Girard" Does anyone know what it is?

Bill Carper - August 24, 2013

i now have 4 versions of the Tip Top Porter. im now looking for a a Red Cap Porter with thr dog in the crate Randys Toy Shop has repaired several of my toys i highly recommend him.

Ronnie - June 11, 2013

I have a strauss sand truck in nice condition.1920s approx with out seeing what you think it's worth? any info would be helpful.thanks

Bill Carper - May 12, 2013

looking for a Strauss red cap porter with the dog in the crate and the billiards player.

Janet - April 13, 2013

looking for Jazzbo Jim dancer. i have the house, but need the dancer.thanks,Jan

Bill Carper - April 12, 2013

im looking for a compleat tip top porter

Andrew - January 6, 2013

I found a Ferdinand Strauss corp. knockout boxing toy mechanical tin toy. I can't find any like it it has one blue and one red boxer. Any mor information you can give would be helpful.
►reply: Is this one similar to yours?

Janis Tysko - July 13, 2012

I found a Thrifty Tom's Jigger Bank at my parents in preparation for an auction. I have researched them online, but the one I found has a yellow base and the fella has blue and white striped pants. I've only seen the yellow pants and blue base online. Can you tell me more. The dates, etc. are the same on ours.
►reply: I found one on eBay with the yellow pants, on auction for 1750 USD. The description includes: "Thrifty Tom's Jigger Bank Trade Mark Ferdinand Strauss Corp New York USA US Pat May 24, 1910, Oct 15 1918"

Bill - December 2, 2011

I am looking for a pair of arms for sale of the alabama coon jigger.
►reply: The parts you need I found on this toy part catalogue of Randy's Toy Shop.

Robyn - August 27, 2010

We found an old tin flying zeppelin made by Ferdinand Strauss Toy Co. Do you have any info on it?
►reply: Here is one for sale for between $100 - $200: www.liveauctioneers.com