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Kingsbury Mfg. Co., Keene, New Hampshire, 1918 - 1942.
In 1895, founder Harry T. Kingsbury bought Wilkins Toy Co. and
combined it with the Clipper Machine Works. In the early 1900s, toy
cars were introduced to the company line. The Wilkins line was
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By 1916 Kingsbury had developed machine tool technology.
Kingsbury specialized in copying famous models of aircraft and
assembly-line, trucks, and buses. WWII saw Kingsbury shifting to war
contracts and never returning again to toy production. While the firm
remains in business, toy production ceased after 1944.
By 1945 Kingsbury was riding high on the rush of the post-war
automobile business and all manufacturing was shifted to the design
and manufacture of specialty machinery for a variety of metal forming
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The company still exists, but is now part of the Optimation company.
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