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Illinois v. Hemi Group LLC

Illinois v. Hemi Group, LLC, 622 F.3d 754, was a personal jurisdiction case in which the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit affirmed the United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois ruling finding personal ...

                                               

Laidlaw v. Organ

Organ purchased 111 hogsheads of tobacco 111.000 pounds from Laidlaw & Co. on February 18, 1815 in New Orleans. The purchase was made between 8 and 9am on the same day that news broke that a peace treaty had been accepted between America and Brit ...

                                               

The Cherokee Tobacco

The Cherokee Tobacco Case, 78 U.S. 616, is a United States court case with implications relating to tribal sovereignty in the United States. Two Cherokee men, Elias C. Boudinot and Stand Watie, refused to pay taxes on tobacco manufactured in the ...

                                               

Tritent International Corp. v. Kentucky

Tritent International Corp. v. Commonwealth of Kentucky, 467 F.3d 547, is a US antitrust law case decided by the Court of Appeals on the Sixth Circuit. The case is notable, inter alia, because it provides a summary of the difficult terms of the T ...

                                               

United States v. American Tobacco Co.

United States v. American Tobacco Company, 221 U.S. 106, was a decision by the United States Supreme Court, which held that the combination in this case is one in restraint of trade and an attempt to monopolize the business of tobacco in intersta ...

                                               

Leap-Frog (comics)

Leap-Frog is two fictional supervillains appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The characters use a frog suit containing electrical coils on the soles of each of the two flippers which allow the wearer to leap great distan ...

                                               

A.L. Lindsay & Company

A.L. Lindsay & Company, known as A.L. Lindsay & Co. was one of the longest operating toy manufacturing companies in New South Wales. Based in Leichhardt, the company was also known as Lindsays Toy Factory. Lindsays was the first Australian compan ...

                                               

American Character Doll Company

The American Character Doll Company was an American toy company specializing in dolls. Their most popular dolls included "Tiny Tears," "Tressy," "Butterball Doll", "Sweet Sue," and "Toodles." Founded in 1919, the companys fortunes peaked in the m ...

                                               

Auburn Rubber Company

The Auburn Rubber Company was a rubber products manufacturer best known for its line of childrens toys. It was probably the largest producer of rubber and vinyl toys in the world, though Norways Tomte Laerdal, Finlands Plasto, and Swedens Galanit ...

                                               

Aurora Plastics Corporation

The Aurora Plastics Corporation is a U.S. toy and hobby manufacturing company. It is known primarily for its production of plastic model kits of airplanes, automobiles, and TV and movie figures in the 1960s. Its principal competition in modeling ...

                                               

Azrak-Hamway

Azrak-Hamway International, Inc., was a New York toy company founded in 1964 that initially offered inexpensive novelty-type toy items. In 1974 Azrak-Hamway acquired the Remco Toy name and produced toys of more substance under the Remco brand, in ...

                                               

Barclay Manufacturing Company

The Barclay Manufacturing Company was an American metal toy company based in New Jersey that specialised in diecast toy cars and hollowcast toy soldiers. Due to their common availability at five and dime stores, collectors often refer to Barclays ...

                                               

Benbros

Benbros Ltd was a British toy company in existence from the late 1940s to 1965. The company was founded by two brothers, Jack and Nathan Benenson, the name, a contraction of "Benenson Brothers", was adopted in 1951 and the company was based at 14 ...

                                               

Berkeley Models

Berkeley Models, Inc. was an American company that manufactured model-airplane kits that pioneered such firsts as the nations first gas model plane kit, and which became one of the industrys leading companies. Founded in the Brooklyn borough of N ...

                                               

Clover (toy company)

Clover was a Japanese toy company founded in 1973. It closed in 1983. Today it is mainly known as the sponsor of the original Gundam TV-series in 1979. As such, it was responsible for ending the season early because of lackluster toy sales. The s ...

                                               

Corgi Toys

Corgi Toys is the name of a range of die-cast toy vehicles produced by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd. in the United Kingdom. The Mettoy Metal Toy company was founded in 1933 by German emigre Philip Ullmann in Northampton, England, where he was later joine ...

                                               

Crescent Toys

Crescent Toys manufactured lead figures and animals, die cast metal vehicles, toy guns, hollow cast and later plastic figures and toy soldiers of various historical periods. The firm was founded by Henry Eagles and Arthur Schneider and was locate ...

                                               

Deluxe Reading

Deluxe Reading was a toy manufacturer based in Elizabeth, New Jersey USA which produced toys under several brand names including: Deluxe Topper, Deluxe Toy Creations, Deluxe Reading, Topper Corp., Topper Toy Group, and Topper Toys. The Topper Toy ...

                                               

Dinky Toys

Dinky Toys was the brand name for a range of die-cast zamac zinc alloy miniature vehicles produced by Meccano Ltd. They were made in England from 1934 to 1979, at a factory in Binns Road in Liverpool. Dinky Toys were among the most popular diecas ...

                                               

Doepke Toys

Doepke Model Toys have delighted kids for decades and are now the envy of toy collectors everywhere. Based near Cincinnati, Ohio, Doepke made several different types of toys ranging from model automobiles such as the MG, 1955 Jaguar, a fire engin ...

                                               

Dorfan

Dorfan was an American toy company based in Newark, New Jersey from 1924 to 1934. Their production lines specialized in O gauge and Wide gauge toy trains.

                                               

Eldon (toy company)

Eldon Industries, Inc. was a toy company located in Hawthorne, California, that also in its heyday operated factories in Canada, Spain, England, Japan, and the Netherlands. The company is best known for items and brands that repackaged Japanese t ...

                                               

Entertech

Entertech was a brand of battery-powered motorized water guns sold in the United States from 1985 to 1990 by the now-defunct LJN. Unlike the colorful designs of many of the simple hand powered pump water guns of that time, most of the Entertech w ...

                                               

Ferdinand Strauss Company

Ferdinand Strauss Company was an American toy company, founded in the early 1900s, based in New York, New York, that made inexpensive toys, including wind-up mechanical toys, out of lithographed tin. One of its early products was Trixo the climbi ...

                                               

Hafner Manufacturing Company

The Hafner Manufacturing Company was a maker of tinplate clockwork-powered O gauge toy trains, based in Chicago, Illinois, from 1914 to 1951. It was formed when its founder, William Frederick Hafner, a co-founder of American Flyer, left the compa ...

                                               

Husky Toys

Husky was a brand name for a line of small die-cast toy vehicles manufactured by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd. of Swansea, Wales, which also made the larger Corgi Toys. Husky Models was re-branded Corgi Juniors in 1970, and a further range called Corgi R ...

                                               

John Hill & Company

John Hill & Company or Johillco was a British toy company specialising in the manufacture of hollowcast metal and later plastic toy soldiers becoming second to W. Britain in popularity. No one knows where the name of John Hill came from.

                                               

Lego Produktions AG Schweiz

Lego Produktions AG Schweiz was a major production facility in Baar, Switzerland for the Lego toy company, from 1974 to 2004. At the time its closing was announced in 2001, 30% of the world production of Lego was produced at the Baar facility. Th ...

                                               

Lone Star Toys

Lone Star Products Ltd. was the brand name used by the British company Die Cast Machine Tools Ltd for its toy products. DCMT was based in Welham Green, Hertfordshire, north of London.

                                               

Louis Marx and Company

Louis Marx and Company was an American toy manufacturer in business from 1919 to 1980. Its products were often imprinted with the slogan, "One of the many Marx toys, have you all of them?" Arguably, Marx was the most well-known toy company throug ...

                                               

Manoil Manufacturing Co.

Manoil Manufacturing Company was an American metal and plastic toy company that began production in 1935 or 1936, and left the business in 1959. From June 1940 they were located on Providence Street, in Waverly, NY. Its prominence was from 1937-1 ...

                                               

Meccano Ltd

Meccano Ltd was a British toy company established in 1908 by Frank Hornby in England to manufacture and distribute Meccano and other model toys and kits created by the company. During the 1920s and 1930s it became the biggest toy manufacturer in ...

                                               

Mego Corporation

The Mego Corporation was a toy company founded in 1954. Originally known as a purveyor of dime store toys, in 1971 the company shifted direction and became famous for producing licensed dolls, celebrity dolls, and the Micronauts toy line. For a t ...

                                               

Mettoy

Mettoy Playcraft Ltd was the name of a range of toys manufactured in Northampton and Fforestfach Swansea, between the 1930s and 1980s. The Mettoy company was founded in 1933 by German emigre Philip Ullmann and was later joined by South African-bo ...

                                               

Nichols Industries, Inc.

In 1946 Talley Nichols and Lewis W. Nichols started a cap gun company in Pasadena, Texas, which eventually became one of the worlds largest cap gun manufacturing companies.

                                               

Nosco Plastics

Nosco Plastics, Inc. was the plastics molding division of National Organ Supply Company created in 1934 to make plastic parts for electric organs and was located at 1701 Gaskell Avenue, Erie, Pennsylvania, 16503. Beginning in 1948 with the implem ...

                                               

Palisades Toys

Palisades Entertainment, LLC, better known as Palisades Toys, was an American manufacturing and distributing toy & collectibles company geared toward the adult collector market. Established in 1994, the company generally worked within the same ve ...

                                               

Polistil

Polistil was a toy company headquartered in Milan, Italy, with production center in Chiari, near Brescia. Polistil specialized in diecast metal and plastic vehicles of all sizes. The company also made toy and model tanks, dolls, robots and TV tie ...

                                               

Porter Chemical Company

Porter Chemical Company was an American toy manufacturer that developed and produced chemistry sets aimed as educational toys for aspiring junior scientists. The companys Chemcraft kits were first sold at major retail by Woodward & Lothrop, and a ...

                                               

Remco

Remco Industries, Inc. was a toy company in the United States founded in the 1940s. It was best known for toys marketed and sold in the late 1950s and early 1960s, like the Johnny Reb Cannon, Mighty Matilda Atomic Aircraft Carrier, Remco Voice Co ...

                                               

Rosso Corporation

Rosso Corporation was a Japanese scale model manufacturer specializing in plastic scale kits and pre-assembled model cars. Rosso only made models in 1992 - for approximately one year.

                                               

Takatoku Toys

Takatoku toys was a Japanese toy company active during the 1970s and early 1980s. While responsible for many robots, action-figures and vehicles, they are today mainly known for making the original Macross toys. During the 1970s Takatoku made toy ...

                                               

Unique Art

Unique Art Manufacturing Company was an American toy company, founded in 1916, based in Newark, New Jersey that made inexpensive toys, including wind-up mechanical toys, out of lithographed tin. One of its early products was a wind-up toy featuri ...

                                               

Worlds of Wonder (toy company)

Class Act is a product line of school supplies created by Worlds of Wonder in 1987. The line is "high-tech" in style though the only one piece of the ensemble that is "high-tech" in nature is "Express It": The Locker Answering Machine. The line c ...

                                               

Artsana

Artsana Group is an Italian company that was founded in 1946 by Pietro Catelli as a commercial business specialised in venipuncture and medication, and is still active today in the distribution of healthcare and infant care products. Since 1958, ...

                                               

Boucher Manufacturing Company

The Boucher Manufacturing Company was an American toy company that specialized in toy boats and toy trains. It is best remembered today as the last manufacturer of Standard Gauge/Wide gauge toy trains until the much smaller McCoy Manufacturing re ...

                                               

Brandstatter Group

Brandstatter Group is a German company, headquartered in Zirndorf, Bavaria. The group is composed of toy company Playmobil, Playmobil 1.2.3 Ltd, Inmold Ltd, Hob Electronics Ltd, Hob Components Ltd, HOB Inc., HOB GmbH & Co KG, and Hob Software Ltd ...

                                               

Bunnies By The Bay

For several years, the sisters had a sewing workshop in Anacortes, Washington where they created plush bunnies in different outfits, each with its own name and a short section of verse. During the economic downturn, the sisters were joined by Jea ...

                                               

Carlisle & Finch

Carlisle & Finch is a producer of nautical equipment and searchlights, and the inventor of the electric toy train. It is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio.

                                               

Dulcop

Dulcop International S.p.A. is an Italian company, founded in 1938, known for the production of soap bubbles and bubble toys. The companys headquarters is located in San Lazzaro di Savena, Italy.