The sun lights the architecture next to the Pegnitz.
The Weißgerbergasse is deserted in the morning.
View from the Albrecht Dürer Haus across the plaza.
From the pedestrian tunnel under the Burggarten.
The Neutorturm peeks from behind a residence.
Pedestrian suspension bridge across the Pegnitz – Kettensteg.
The entrance to the Nuremberg Toy Fair interestingly enough, advertising the dates for 2024.
Within the Toynamics booth. Käthe Kruse has a much diminished display.
Siku continues to innovate and grow with new products.
Puzzles were a big seller during the pandemic, here Trefl show there larger series.
The Schmidt Spiel booth has a display area for Selecta Spielzeug.
Nuremberg 2023 train display in a much consolidated train and model area.
The Cuboro wooden marble run design book is an award winner.
The muted green, pink, yellow, blue, and gray colors were in style many places.
Beleduc introduces an old design of Friedrich Fröbel that is becoming popular in elementary education.
Elevated view over Hall 3A at Spielwarenmesse 2023.
Javitz corridor outside the halls.
A Minoins invasion on display in the Javitz lobby.
A worthwhile visit to Ravensburger yields a cappuccino.
Stairway to nowhere at Hudson Yards, adjacent to Javitz.
Kathe Kruse booth, part of Toynamics, Nuremberg Toy Fair 2020.
Two Kathe Kruse dolls for collectors
Kikadu truly organic toys for infants and toddlers.
Everyone’s favorite character Tintin, at the Moulinsart booth in Nuremberg.
Selecta Spielzeug display window within Schmidt Spiele in Nuremberg.
Schildkroet dolls under the turtle logo.
Schildkroet doll collection, still made in Germany.
Toddys by Siku introduced at Nuremberg Toy Fair.
Always enjoyable to view toy trains and models at Nuremberg Toy Fair.
Nuremberg Toy Fair Trend Gallery displays new and award winning selections.
What is thought to be the original Ankerstein building
A deteriorating Ankerstein building to the rear of the Richter mansion
An Ankerstein manufacturing building in Rudolstadt with a spiral stair tower
Some of the original Ankerstein buildings on the corner in Rudolstadt
The Richter mansion still stands in Rudolstadt
An ornate doorway inside the Richter mansion
Ankerstein began in the 1880 and with various disruptions, has been in business since then. Started in Rudolstadt Germany and still there today. The
classic stone blocks are little changed since the beginning.