Anchor Stone Building Block Sets from Germany

Memorabilia

Anker Steinbaukasten memorabilia from their interesting and unique 100+ year history. Contact us about what you'd like to see here!
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  1. 1880 Composition Blocks patent

    1880 Composition Blocks patent

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    The United States patent for inventors Otto and Gustav Lilienthal for composition toy building blocks assigned to Friedrich Adolf Richter of Rudolstadt, Germany. Patent number 233,780 issued on October 26, 1880.... Learn More
  2. 1893 US Catalog G. A. Schwarz

    1893 US Catalog G. A. Schwarz

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    A catalog and advertisement from 1893 in the US from the G. A. Schwarz company in Philadelphia. Includes four pages of information about Anchor Blocks and includes an endorsement by president Grover Cleveland. ... Learn More
  3. 1906 factory plan print

    1906 factory plan print

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    Print of the F. Ad. Richter & Cie. factory that produced Anker Steinbaukasten from 1906 in Rudolstadt, Germany.... Learn More
  4. 1909 Rudolstadt map

    1909 Rudolstadt map

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    The city plan and map of Rudolstadt from the year 1909. Includes the area of the Anker Stainbaukasten factory in the lower left corner.... Learn More
  5. 1912 factory plan postcard

    1912 factory plan postcard

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    Postcard front of the F. Ad. Richter & Cie. factory that produced Anker Steinbaukasten from 1912.... Learn More
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