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Timeless Toys

Hot Wheels

In 1968, Mattel released 16 model car castings.

Hot Wheels

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Cloth Dolls

The history of cloth fabric dolls stretches back to ancient Egypt and the Roman Empire.

Cloth Dolls

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Timeless Toys

Lunch Boxes

Metal lunch pails became popular among blue-collar workers at the end of the 19th century.

Lunch Boxes

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Timeless Toys

Robots

Toy robots from the 1940s and 50s are highly sought after by collectors.

Robots

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Timeless Toys

Fire Trucks

Toy fire engines first became popular with young children in the 1880s.

Fire Trucks

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Timeless Toys

Doll Houses

Today, dollhouses continue to be a desired plaything among children.

Doll Houses

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Timeless Toys

Premiums

Companies in the U.S. have used promotional items to sell their products since the 1700s.

Premiums

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Timeless Toys

Toy Trains

Children have played with toy trains since the earliest days of steam travel.

Toy Trains

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Timeless Toys

View-Master

In 1939, a new instrument for displaying photographs was introduced to the world.

View-Master

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Timeless Toys

Fisher-Price Toys

In the 1930s, the Fisher-Price Toy Company began making toys in East Aurora, New York.

Fisher-Price Toys

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Timeless Toys

Space Toys

During the 1960s, toy makers capitalized on America’s fascination with space.

Space Toys

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Timeless Toys

World War II Toys

War forced companies to find other materials to build their instruments of play.

World War II Toys

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Timeless Toys

Lincoln Logs

Do you know the history of a favorite toy from your childhood, Lincoln Logs?

Lincoln Logs

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Marx Playsets

In the 1950s, Louis Marx and Company began producing elaborate plastic playsets.

Marx Playsets

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Timeless Toys

Wind-up Toys

Since the 4th Century B.C., wind-up toys have entertained and enchanted.

Wind-up Toys

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Timeless Toys

Crandall Toys

Wooden toys seem simple now, but in 1866, a toy maker used a revolutionary new design.

Crandall Toys

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Timeless Toys

Manoil Toy Soldiers

A new lead casting process brought toy soldiers to the masses in the 19th century.

Manoil Toy Soldiers

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Hartland Figurines

In the 1950s, American toy manufactures capitalized on the popularity of Westerns.

Hartland Figurines