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1930s or 1940s Retro Pram

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1930s or 1940s Retro Pram
Posted on July 29, 2009 Slideshow

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Reply Mark pile
3:19 PM on July 21, 2013 
Do anyone know how I could get one of these prams
Reply Mark
4:50 PM on June 26, 2013 
Forgot to mention! Im told its German and was made by a Gentleman called Alfons Pollack. There is one of these in the V&A (Victoria & Albert) Museum in London
Reply Mark
4:47 PM on June 26, 2013 
I also have a pram like this which has slightly different coachlines.It has an art deco seat underneath and converts to a pushchair when taken apart. It has a bumper and chrome wheel covers.
Reply Brenda
12:55 PM on March 4, 2012 
I have a German Kinderwagen (pram), very similar to this one (but, without the chrome fenders & red insert). The 'wicker' on mine, is actually a plastic type material. It is from 1967 -- I bought it from the original owner (it came from Germany). It turns into a stroller as well, as the top half crescent & hood of the pram comes off. It was coined as the 'Dodge'm', because they were low & people had to 'dodge' them, on the sidewalks! ;) This information was given to me by another pram collector, upon purchasing the one I have... so I call it my '67 Dodge'm Kinderwagen. ;)

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