Hachette Collections SNC – LANZ HEERESZUGMASCHINE TYP LD TRACTOR 1916
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Heinrich Lanz AG
Heinrich Lanz AG was an agricultural machinery manufacturer from Mannheim, Germany.The company won numerous awards at the Strasbourg agricultural fair in 1866. (4xGold, 5xSilver and 3xBronze).
The Heinrich Lanz Company was founded in 1859. It produced the first steam-powered stationary threshing machines in 1879 and the first crude-oil-fuelled tractor – the Lanz Bulldog – in 1921. In 1956, Heinrich Lanz AG merged with Deere & Company, Moline, Illinois, United States.
The Lanz Bulldog was a tractor manufactured by Heinrich Lanz AG in Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Production started in 1921 and various versions of the Bulldog were produced up to 1960, one of them being the Lanz Bulldog D 9506. John Deere purchased Lanz in 1956 and started using the name “John Deere-Lanz” for the Lanz product line. A few years after the Bulldog was discontinued the Lanz name fell into disuse. The Lanz Bulldog was one of the most popular German tractors, with over 220,000 of them produced in its long production life. The name “Bulldog” is widely used in Germany as a synonym for tractors even today, especially in Bavaria.