Full fidelity reproduction antique tin toy of Payá Brothers
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Around the year 1893 Payá Ibense were a family of tinkers who made small utensils such as plates, cups, etc. They were cans painted with vivid colors and simple tones then sold through the markets of the towns in the area. In 1905 Don Rafael Payá Picó sells shop to their children, Vicente, Pascual and Emilio Payá Lloret. In 1906 the three brothers founded the society "Payá Hermanos The without rival". Thus, the Ibense full toyers incorporated the use of lithography in the tin toys until the 50s that came the introduction of the plastic.
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