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Crescent

Crescent Toys was a UK toy manufacturer active between 1922 and 1980. Originating in a small workshop in de Beauvoir Crescent, London N1, the company relocated 3 times before the Second World War as the demand for its hollow-cast lead figures grew, ending up in Tottenham N15. Following the war the company turned its attention to diecast toys (see Other Diecast section), the diecasting work being undertaken by nearby firm DCMT (Die Casting Machine Tools). In 1949, taking advantage of development grants, Crescent opened a new factory in Cwmcarn, Wales, and within 2 years all production had transferred there. At around the same time, DCMT split away from Crescent to manufacture and market toys in their own right under the Lone Star brand. As well as diecast vehicles, Crescent's post-war production included toy guns and plastic figures, as well as a version of the TV favourite Muffin The Mule.

Crescent American Indian Brave

American Indian Brave

 1.00  each
Ref: 41238
IN STOCK
Crescent 353 Shire Horse

353 Shire Horse

 3.00  each
Ref: 41902
IN STOCK
Crescent Z3 Giraffe

Z3 Giraffe

 5.50  each
Ref: 41900
IN STOCK
Crescent Z9 Bison

Z9 Bison

 3.75  each
Ref: 41896
IN STOCK
Crescent Z16 Tiger

Z16 Tiger

 5.25  each
Ref: 41898
IN STOCK