Classic toys from the 1960s

Classic toys from the 1960s DEFAULT

1960s-toys

The 1960s were a golden era for toys. Kids had countless more toys to choose from compared to previous decades and parents spent more on their kids also. Combine that with bigger families in general and that leads to an influx of cash streaming into the toy industry.

A large percentage of toys that were introduced in the 1960s stuck around for several years. A quick glance at a 70s-era toy catalog looks a whole lot like a 60s catalog. And some of them are still around to this day.

Toys like G.I. Joe, Twister and Operation can still be found on toy shelves around the world. They came from the 60s.

Boys still loved to play war. Girls still loved kitchen sets. But toy manufacturers were making toys electronic any way possible. If a toy was electric, that meant it was “new.”

One unmistakable difference between toys in the 1960s and toys before that is licensing. After Batman’s huge success in 1966, Batman-themed toys were flying off the shelves.

Toymakers rushed to make a Batman-themed anything. Still, people bought them. This showed toy companies that if they can’t find the right license, they can practically print money.

It is expected today that a toy will be themed after something in the movies, on TV or available from some other kind of media, but that phenomenon really grew and took hold in the 1960s.

What toys did kids play with in the 1960s? The most popular toys in the 1960s were:

  • Molded Plastic Playsets (Army Men, Cowboys & Indians, Civil War, Farm, etc.)
  • Die-Cast Model Cars, Trucks & Other Vehicles (Corgi, Matchbox, etc.)
  • Barbie & Accessories
  • Electric Sports Games (Football, Baseball, Hockey & Basketball)
  • Hamilton’s Invaders
  • Baby Dolls
  • Electric Ovens
  • Steel Kitchen Appliances
  • Plastic Dishes
  • G.I. Joe
  • Typewriters
  • Wacky Windups
  • Pinball Machines
  • Liddle Kiddle Toys
  • Batman Toys
  • Talking Toys & Pull-String Toys
  • Stuffed Animals
  • Disney Toys (Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, etc.)
  • Warner Brothers Toys (Bugs Bunny, Road Runner, Yosemite Sam, etc.)
  • Troll Dolls
  • Walking Dolls
  • Go-Go The Burro
  • Punch-Me Inflatable Punching Bags
  • Dennis the Menace Toys
  • Popeye Toys
  • Bozo the Clown Toys
  • Flintstones Toys
  • Electric Trains (Lionel)
  • Rag Dolls (Raggedy Ann & Andy)
  • Peanuts Toys (Snoopy & Charlie Brown)
  • Thingmaker
  • Electric Race Cars
  • Miniature Doll Houses
  • Wind-Up & Friction Powered Cars & Trucks
  • Pedal Cars & Trucks
  • Playskool Toys
  • Portable Phonographs
  • War Toys like Guns, Sword, Cannons & Tanks
  • LEGO Bricks & Playsets
  • Chatty Cathy
  • Little Miss Echo
  • Posy Pixies
  • Skipper
  • Tressy
  • Francie
  • Jack-in-the-Box
  • Johnny Speed Race Car
  • Image Projectors
  • Rocking Horses
  • Petal People
  • Hippity Hop Inflatable Ride-A-Ball

What board games did families play with in the 1960s? The most popular board games in the 1960s were:

  • Broadside
  • Battle-Cry Civil War
  • Summit
  • Troke
  • Stratego
  • Tip-It
  • Crazy Clock Game
  • Mouse Trap
  • Mosquito
  • BASH!
  • Hoopla
  • Flea Circus
  • Quija Board
  • Flipper Flips
  • Uncle Wiggly Game
  • Mary Poppins
  • Winnie the Pooh Game
  • Candy Land
  • Patty Duke Game
  • Skipper Game
  • King of the Hill
  • Twister
  • Game of Love
  • Avalanche
  • Operation
  • Leap Frog
  • Where’s Willie?
  • Frantic Frogs
  • Smack-A-Roo
  • Animal Talk
  • U.N.C.L.E.
  • Thunderball
  • Kerplunk
  • Bible Game
  • Swap
  • Aggravation
  • Combat
  • Noah’s Ark
  • PANIC!
  • Shenanigans
  • Bird Brain

Toys in 1964

Original G.I. Joe w/Box (1964)

Original G.I. Joe w/Box (1964)

It was the year of the monsters as grotesque, fanstastic and sinister figures showed up on toy counters and became and immediate hit. Made of plastic, they included old standbys such as Frankenstein’s monster and Dracula and also strange new characters called “Weird-Ohs”, “Rat and Bat Finks”, “Drag Hags” and “Surfink” (a monster on a surfboard). They were used in games, jigsaw puzzles and even in liquid bath soap dispensers tagged to “Scare You Clean.”

Predictably, the trend brought complaints from parents.

Dolls returned to the more conventional. The high-fashion doll, typified by Barbie, waned in popularity and as Christmas approached, was being supplanted by Skipper, billed as Barbie’s little sister.

Electrically powered racing cars continued to cut into the popularity of the electric train. They even held a 100-lap Grand Prix at Wilkes-Barre, PA in July, with a full-size sports car as first prize.

Children all over the country were learning how to ride skateboards. 14-year-old Patrick Maley won the international yo-yo contest held at Disneyland.

G.I. Joe, which wasn’t quite popular yet, was first released in 1964.

Toys in 1965

The popularity of skateboards continued to rise, nearing $100 million in sales. With more riders came more injuries. The California Medical Association called skateboards a “medical menace” and some towns passed ordinances regulating their usage.

Slot cars were growing in popularity. By mid 1965, about 2,000 “slot car centers” were open. The centers provided tracks on which the plastic cars could be raced and enthusiasts could compete for prizes.

Doll makers were ecstatic over the growing popularity of G.I. Joe. It was the first doll to catch on with boys since Raggedy Andy and was a huge sigh of relief to manufacturers desperately searching for that breakthrough.

Operation was first released in 1965.

Toys in 1966

The wild skateboard craze appeared to be dying out in 1966, as had hula hoops and other fads in earlier years. Interest in slot car racing remained high but had leveled off a bit.

Super Micro Bat Radio (1966)

Super Micro Bat Radio (1966)

Batman and secret agents invaded the toy field. There were Batman art toys, games, costumes, wheel toys, model kits and a Batman walkie-talkie. There were also Batman figures, airplanes, radios, hats, a dart launcher, and Gotham City, all on display at the 1966 Toy Fair in NYC.

There were not only more spy toys, but more toy spies. Various undercover agents were equipped with every known espionage device, such as secret printing putty.

Battery operated automobiles that run on a track or tubing were a popular addition to the toy industry.

The trend toward realism in dolls continued, with toy manufacturers introducing dolls whose facial expressions could be changed by moving an arm or a leg.

One of the most popular new games in 1966 was Twister. Which is still a great game to this day.

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Chatty Cathy

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Chatty Cathy is a doll manufactured by the Mattel toy company from 1959 to 1965. The doll was first released in stores in 1960.

1960-Johnny-Ringo-Western-Frontier-Playset

Johnny Ringo Western Frontier Playset (1960) »

Johnny Ringo was a TV show that had a short run of just one year, but the Johnny Ringo Western Frontier playset is one of the most sought after collectibles on eBay.

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1960s Popular Vintage Children's Toys with Prices, Descriptions and Images

The Swinging Sixties Era Toys on this page Popcorn Maker, 60s Dial Telephone, Troll Dolls, Flintstones Pedal Car, G.I. Joe Figures, Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, Board Games, Barbie and Friends, Transistorized Phonograph, Matchbox Carry Case Car City, Lionel Train Sets, Hot Wheels Car Racing Set and many more from the 1960s

In the 1960's , as popular culture became ever more important, toys start to reflect the television, movies, and musical influences that children experienced during the decade. While the focus still remained similar to the types available for children in the fifties, more and more featured labels associated with popular characters or celebrities like The Flintstones or The Beatles. Picking only a few was a hard task as I could easily have included 100 +,

 

 





Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots

Rock 'Em Sock 'Em RobotsRock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots
Manufacturer: Marx
Price: $7.99
DescriptionBoxing robots are hand controlled for hours of fun. Boxers move around, throw left and right punches. When socked on the chin, a spring mechanism pops the head up.


 

 

1960s Popcorn Maker

1960s Popcorn Maker1960s Popcorn Maker
Price: $7.88
DescriptionElectric Popcorn Maker, watch corn pop under heat proofed safety glass top to serve friends and family.
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Transistorized Phonograph

Transistorized Phonograph Transistorized Phonograph
Price: From $16.95
Description Transistorized Phonograph to play popular swinging sixties music with speaker choice of red or blue and with front mounted 4 inch speaker or top mounted 4 inch speaker. As Transistor technology entered music players (Tapes and Records) the prices and the weight came down, plus because of the decreased power tape players also could become more portable using batteries instead of AC.
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Vintage Electric Pitching Machine

Vintage Electric Pitching Machine Vintage Electric Pitching Machine
Price: $7.77
DescriptionElectric Pitching Machine, requires batteries.

 

 

Old Fashioned Dial Telephone

Old Fashioned Dial TelephoneOld Fashioned Dial Telephone
Manufacturer:
Price:
DescriptionOld Fashioned Dial Telephone, I included this not as much as a toy which it is but as a reminder that every Vintage telephone was designed like this, you dialed the number by turning the dial.

 

 

Vintage 1960s Troll Dolls

Vintage 1960s Troll DollsVintage 1960s Troll Dolls
Price: $1.44 each
DescriptionThese pot-bellied and bow-legged Trolls need you for a friend. Choose from Bride, Groom, Nurse, or Indian Chief.
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Vintage 1960s Little Miss Echo

Vintage 1960s Little Miss EchoVintage 1960s Little Miss Echo
Manufacturer: American Character Dolls
Price: $14.99
DescriptionCan you imagine anything more fun than a doll that repeats everything you say to her? She has a magnetic tape recorder built right in. She has plastic jointed arms, legs, and head. Her rooted hair can be combed.

 

 

Casper the Ghost

Casper the GhostCasper the Ghost
Manufacturer: Mattel
Price: $5.99
DescriptionThis talking Casper the Ghost says one of eleven phrases every time you pull his chatty ring. He has a stuffed body covered with white rayon plush and a plastic face.

 

 

 

Satellite Jumping Shoes

Satellite Jumping ShoesSatellite Jumping Shoes
Price: $4.99
DescriptionDual springs bounce like a trampoline. Helps to build muscles, develop coordination and balance. Jumping shoes fit over regular shoes.
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Flintstones Pedal Car

Flintstones Pedal CarFlintstones Pedal Car
Price: $23.88
DescriptionTrue-to-life 1960s Flintstones sport convertible complete with simulated leopard skin canopy and a prehistoric sculptured-log body of tough plastic. Has dual headlights and a horn that beeps.

 

 

Chatty Cathy Doll

Chatty Cathy DollChatty Cathy Doll
Manufacturer: Mattel
Price: $9.96
DescriptionChatty Cathy says several different phrases at random. She has rooted Saran hair that can be brushed, combed and styled. She also has moveable head, arms and legs.

 

 

G.I. Joe Figures

G.I. Joe FiguresG.I. Joe Figures
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Price: $2.32 each
DescriptionChoose from Action Soldier, Action Marine, Action Sailor, or Action Pilot. Each is movable and comes dressed in their respective uniforms.
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Game Of Mousetrap

 Game Of Mousetrap Game Of Mousetrap
Manufacturer: Ideal
Price: $3.99
DescriptionCatch the mouse with the wildest trap ever in the Game Of Mousetrap.

 

 

Ideal Printing Press

Ideal Printing Press Ideal Printing Press
Manufacturer: Ideal
Price: $11.44
DescriptionCreate Your Own Printing Shop to make posters, Ideal Printing Press comes with 2 sets of Type, Ink, Tweezers, Printing Plates and much more.

 

 

James Bond Board Game

 James Bond Board Game James Bond Board Game
Manufacturer: MB Games
Price: $1.32
DescriptionJames Bond Board Game
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Candyland Board Game

Candyland Board Game Candyland Board Game
Price: $2.44
DescriptionCandyland Board Game

 

 

The Beatles Board Game

The Beatles Board Game The Beatles Board Game
Price: $2.22
DescriptionThe Beatles Board Game: play as John, Paul, George or Ringo.

 

 

Viewmaster 3D Stereo Viewer

Viewmaster 3D Stereo Viewer Viewmaster 3D Stereo Viewer
Price: $3.50
DescriptionViewmaster 3D Stereo Viewer, what I found interesting about the Viewmaster were the range of slides available. The Viewmaster had been around for quite a few years but the slides reflected popular culture of the times including Batman, The Man From UNCLE, Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea, plus the usual world wide scenes of countries and places around the world.
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GI Joe Land Vehicles

GI Joe Land Vehicles GI Joe Land Vehicles
Price: From $3.79 to $9.99
DescriptionGI Joe Land Vehicles including a Jeep, Motorcycle with Sidecar, Helicopter, Staff Cat and Friction Powered Jet to help GI-Joe on his heroic missions.

 

 

Francie is Barbie's Trendy Cousin

Francie is Barbie's Trendy Cousin Francie is Barbie's Trendy Cousin
Manufacturer: Mattel
Price: From $1.67 to $2.69
DescriptionBarbie's Trendy Cousin Francie with all her MOD fashion gear including GO GO gaitors, Fake Fur Coat, hood mittens and shoes, High Waisted Skirt and Textured Hose, Polka Dots and Raindrops Plastic Coat with Zip Pockets, Clam Diggers, Leather Limelight Mix and Match the Floral Tricot Blouse, Skirt, Boots with Vinyl Capris.

 

 

 

 

Lego Construction Set

Lego Construction Set Lego Construction Set
Price: Ranging From $2.99 to $9.99
Description Lego Construction Sets ranging from 151 pieces to 565 pieces.

 

 

Matchbox Carry Case Car City

Matchbox Carry Case Car City Matchbox Carry Case Car City
Manufacturer: Matchbox
Price: $7.44
Description Matchbox Carry Case Car City including 12 set of car and truck set featuring roads, buildings, streets and scenery where you could move your matchbox cars around.

 

 

Milton Bradley Board Games

Milton Bradley GamesMilton Bradley Games
Manufacturer: Milton Bradley
Price: 98 cents each
Description Choose from six fascinating games: Forest Friends, Annie Oakley, Mr. Bug, Treasure Island, Raggedy Ann or Sergeant Preston.

 

 

Lionel Train Sets

Lionel Train Sets Lionel Train Sets
Manufacturer: Lionel
Price: From $18.66 to $22.66
Description Lionel Train Sets featuring choice of a 5 unit diesel freighter or a Steam Locomotive with 6 units, forward and reverse, headlights, complete with track and transformer.

 

 

Talking Barbie

Talking BarbieTalking Barbie
Manufacturer: Mattel
Price: $7.97
Description Talking Barbie in her fur trimmed dinner suit, pull her chord to hear her say dozens of different sayings and words.
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Spirograph

SpirographSpirograph
Manufacturer: Kenner
Price: $2.87
Description Spirograph allows anyone to draw beautiful patterns with just a pencil and paper, provides hours of fun and entertainment for kids of all ages. Kenner began selling Spirograph sets as a creative children's toy 1966, but the basic concept does go back much earlier.

 

 

Pop Music Tape Cartridges

Pop Music Tape CartridgesPop Music Tape Cartridges
Price: $1.29
Description
Popular Pre-Recorded Music Cartridges From the late 60s including:
The Animals -- It's My Life
The Beatles --- Help
The Beatles --- Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
The Beatles --- Magical Mystery Tour
Stevie Wonder --- Place In the Sun
Four Tops --- Baby I Need You
Hermans Hermits --- Leanin' On A Lamp Post
The Beach Boys --- Don't Worry Baby
Petula Clark --- Downtown
The Righteous Brothers --- Soul and Inspiration

 

 

Moon Scope Telescope

Moon Scope Telescope Moon Scope Telescope
Price: $19.99
Description The new Moon Scope Telescope designed especially for observation of the moons surface, includes a 50 power reflector lens and a 150 power booster lens for detailed observation of the moons craters, mountains and Moon Landing Sites.
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Hot Wheels Car Racing Set

Hot Wheels Car Racing Set Hot Wheels Car Racing Set
Price: $9.99
Description Hot Wheels Car Racing Set, one of the most popular car racing sets and cars in recent times, simple easy and fun for boys of all ages, I remember my hot wheels cars do you?

 

 

Aerobat Fun Childrens Exercise

Aerobat Fun Childrens Exercise Aerobat Fun Childrens Exercise
Price: $16.99
Description This Aerobat looks fun, I must admit I do not remember them but it was shaped like an egg and you used your body weight to make it go, plenty of places to use your hands and weight distribution to make it roll without losing control.

 

 




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The Best And Most Nostalgic 1960s Toys That You Can Still Buy Today

Updated: Jul 24 2021

The Best And Most Nostalgic 1960s Toys That You Can Still Buy Today

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Pick an item, any item from this list of '60s toys and call it Throwback Thursday every day of the week! The toys, games, and action figures were among the most popular toys for the youth of the '60s. You'd find them on every birthday list, Christmas list, and list to Santa. You'd probably even find a kid begging mom to get him one in the toy aisle. Over the years, these childhood faves have evolved into today's classic toys and become some of the most sought-after. Your nostalgic trip down memory lane isn't complete without one of these simple but ahead-of-their time goodies sitting on your shelf. Half the fun of owning one is explaining to your kid or grandkid just how meaningful they were in their heyday. There's more fun to be had in Toyland, check out these 70s toys, 80s, toys, and 90s toys for you younger kids-at-heart!

Vintage Clapping Monkey Toy

No one really knew what the clapping monkey was for, but that was part of his charm. Oodles of kids annoyed the heck out of their parents the same way they do today with louder, more shrill toys. It's a tactic passed down from generation to generation to beg mom and dad for even more toys.

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Original Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots

Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots were the only way you could get away with punching your sibling. And that was reason enough to play the game for hours. The game hasn't evolved much over the years, but there's something that hits different about using the original model.

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Hot Wheels Cars

Hot Wheels Cars

$50.00

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Hot Wheels cars started around the same time that cars were cool. Be they Roadsters or Chevys or Beetles, the diecast cars started their engines (and by engines we mean the VROOM VROOM voices of little boys) around this time. To have one in had from that era is cooler than knowing how to hotwire.

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Hot Wheels cars started around the same time that cars were cool. Be they Roadsters or Chevys or Beetles, the diecast cars started their engines (and by engines we mean the VROOM VROOM voices of little boys) around this time. To have one in had from that era is cooler than knowing how to hotwire.

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Vintage Chatty Cathy Doll

Chatty Cathy was like the OG Furby but a lot less creepy. Remember those 11 iconic phrases she used to recite when you pulled the cord on her back? You can again, and probably scare the hell out of your kids thanks to today's movies.

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Original Viewmaster

Original Viewmaster

$56.31

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The Viewmaster was the country kid's way to see far-off lands. This one is the contemporary kid's way to see into the past. With slides that show places like ancient England, Scotland, animals that are now extinct, and ancient archeological digs, kids today will be fascinated by what kids of yesterday found fascinated.

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The Viewmaster was the country kid's way to see far-off lands. This one is the contemporary kid's way to see into the past. With slides that show places like ancient England, Scotland, animals that are now extinct, and ancient archeological digs, kids today will be fascinated by what kids of yesterday found fascinated.

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Tootsie Toy Cars

If you didn't have Hotwheels, or even if you did, you played with Tootsie toy cars. The die-cast cars were crazy-sturdy, perfect for sending racing down the playground slide without worrying about damage.

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The Original Lite Brite

Lite Brite has been entertaining kids sort of screen free for decades, but it was the kids in the '60s that started it all. The glowing pegboard allowed you to let your creativity shine as brightly and as colorfully as you wanted it it.

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Snoopy the Flying Ace Peanuts Toy

There was no better pilot than Snoopy in the '60s. Forget guys who took down real planes, Snoopy flew his doghouse and took down the Red Baron. That's a real talent. This adorable toy will remind you of Snoopy's best moments and might just make you want to break out your toy airplanes and zoom them around.

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G.I. Joe Green Beret

G.I. Joe Green Beret

$165.88

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The real American Hero attended his first war in 1960, and he's been fighting ever seen. In the '60s G.I. Joe joined the ranks of the Green Berets. His costume was incredibly detailed, almost identical to his human counterparts, and he even had a gun.

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The real American Hero attended his first war in 1960, and he's been fighting ever seen. In the '60s G.I. Joe joined the ranks of the Green Berets. His costume was incredibly detailed, almost identical to his human counterparts, and he even had a gun.

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Original Mattel Ken Doll

Before he was the stud he was today, Ken was the hepcat that Barbie was looking for to spend the rest of her life with. This Original Ken Doll will bring women back to the time they created love stories between the two dolls...and maybe a little drama with Skipper.

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Give A Show Projector Toy

There was a time back in the '60s when people would gather and show off their family vacation images as a series of slides. Kids could do that too with the Give A Show, but the slides were preselected for things that a kid might find fun, like animals or familiar famous characters.

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Tammy Paper Doll Toys

Today's fashionistas probably got their start dressing and undressing Tammy. The paper doll had what seemed like hundreds of themed outfits and it was easy for girls to create their own. Entire fashion careers were born for just this one model.

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Vintage Steven’s Giant Gyroscope

The cool kids could balance this giant gyroscope on the table, but the COOLEST kids could balance it on their finger. The classic toy remains one that fascinates all and sparks an interest in physis in the nerdier among us. But at its core, it's good clean fun.

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Captain Kangaroo Presto Slate

Captain Kangaroo Presto Slate

$18.00

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Kids could enjoy Captain Kangaroo and Dancing Bear on more than just the airwaves with this Presto Slate. Similar to an Etch-A-Sketch or a Buddha Board, kids could draw a design that lasted long enough for them to dream up another thing to draw. It was easy to erase and required no ink, making it a parents dream come true.

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Kids could enjoy Captain Kangaroo and Dancing Bear on more than just the airwaves with this Presto Slate. Similar to an Etch-A-Sketch or a Buddha Board, kids could draw a design that lasted long enough for them to dream up another thing to draw. It was easy to erase and required no ink, making it a parents dream come true.

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Mr. Machine Wind-Up Robot Toy

Mr. Machine is easily responsible for the careers of some people who build robots today. He was cool then because he was a robot and people loved that, but he was an educational toy in disguise thanks to his clear body so kids could gain appreciate for and be fascinated by how he worked.

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Pony Boy CapGun

Pony Boy CapGun

$31.27

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Things were a litlte different back in the '60s and if you weren't charging around the backyard shouting while you fired off caps from your cap gun at your buddies, you weren't living. Just the feel of this Pony Boy CapGun in your hand is sure to stir memories and maybe a ghost pinch or two where you got hit.

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Things were a litlte different back in the '60s and if you weren't charging around the backyard shouting while you fired off caps from your cap gun at your buddies, you weren't living. Just the feel of this Pony Boy CapGun in your hand is sure to stir memories and maybe a ghost pinch or two where you got hit.

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Retro Christmas Toy Commercials - 50's, 60's \u0026 70's

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After a couple of minutes, they were in the car. His mom told the guy where to go. While Bill was driving, he could not help looking in the rearview mirror at the back. Seats, where his mother and Samantha took off their clothes and indulged in lustful caresses with kisses and studying each other's pussies with the help of their fingers.

Bill drove into a small wooded area where he first fucked his mother.



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