This yacht dates from the period in the 1930's when a member of the Kellner family worked for Lines Bros/Triang in the UK and designed many of their yachts. Consequently she has the Kellner transfers on the bows and the Triang YC transfer under the stern.
She is very similar in design to the Kellner tinplate yachts (which were made in Germany) but it appears she is made of a composite material which was used extensively on the Margaret/Rosemary range of yachts.
She is totally original but has obviously been sailed. So there is some rust on the keel and rudder.
There is also some paint loss on the hull especially on the deck edge.
The sails have some mildew marks but are in very good condition for their age with no holes or tears. All the clips and bowsies are original.
The stand is not as old as the yacht but is included in the sale if required.
1930's Kellner Triang pond yacht all original-Sold
Length: 46cm (18") Beam: 11.5cm (4.5") overall height 63cms (25") in the stand