Toys of the Seventies

The toys in this section are not STRICTLY 70s only toys. We have toys that were widely available for purchase DURING the 70s. This section was recently redesigned, so if you have any problems please let ChuckyG know.

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Lincoln Logs, Comment by Rob Lambert on November 27, 2014 - Report this comment
Lincoln Logs well preceded the 1970s. The son of the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright created these during World War One, and they were patented by 1920. A self-named company, the J.L. Wright Toy Company sold these for decades. Lincoln Logs were especially popular during the second world war, as a substitute for metal toys which were out of production. The 1970 Sears Wishbook lists several different sets, ranging from $3 to $12. Today, Lincoln Logs are sold by the K'Nex Company
Lemontwist, Comment by Kris on November 26, 2014 - Report this comment
I loved it, except I frequently hit my ankle bone with the lemon. Yeeouch!
Baby Boo Doll, Comment by AHMNAJPSMOMMY980308 on November 25, 2014 - Report this comment
I've been reading these precious stories. of this beautiful and priceless baby doll. see I was born in the early the seventies. had a very rough childhood and don't remember a lot. but overall I've made up for it into my adulthood. I've been collecting dolls for over 25 years. never heard of this beautiful doll call baby boo. just now in the recent months I'm 41 years old. hearing her beautiful name for the first time. so I did some research and study and on baby boo. it kind of remind me about the new dolls that cry a lot that are being used in schools today. I am so glad I looked into knowing more about her and I have purchased two of them I just got my second one yesterday and then my first one I got a over months ago. either or either way I have the baby tickles and I have to baby boos and I love my dolls either if they work or not. always love my babies and I always will. even I didn't know about her growing up or having this doll growing up. doesn't matter it took me all this time to find out about her. now I have and I will always always treasured her love her. like I do my 3 beautiful babies my children. if there's people like me there just now finding about her. please whatever you have to do in order to find her she is worth it. and there are people that are desperate or want their part of their childhood back. out of some of these beautiful comments on this page. if anyone could help find these beautiful people. that baby boo doll that would be make wonders of happiness and joyous moment.In There lives these precious souls. if you can help out please do some of these precious people on here. you will make somebody very very very happy. Plus it will make you feel good you did. help that person find their baby boo just like I did.
Teeter Totter Watch, Comment by Rob Lambert on November 25, 2014 - Report this comment
What I've been able to gather, the 1975 model of Teeter Totter clear face watches were made by Lakeside Toys, under license from Leisure Dynamics. I recall seeing earlier versions of these, with round faces, different color backing to mix with the silver or brass kids on the seesaw. Between 1966 and 1974, these were seen at department stores like Sears or Penney. A major watch manufacturer like Timex did not produce these. although they were priced about the same. Lakeside Toys was better known for selling Gumby, Pokey and Bozo bendable figures, plus the Barrel of Monkeys game in the late 1960s.
Bizzy Buzz Buzz, Comment by Rob Lambert on November 25, 2014 - Report this comment
The 1968 Sears Wishbook lists the Bizzy Buzz Buzz for $2.44, with a set of ink refills for 59 cents. Made by Ohio Arts, Buzzy was aimed at preschoolers to kindergarteners, teaching them how to draw. The user could select one of four color pens inside to draw with.
Big Bird Riding Toy, Comment by Joseph veselak on November 25, 2014 - Report this comment
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Slap 'n' Slurp, Comment by Kirsty on November 23, 2014 - Report this comment
The name is a riot. LOL.
Unknown, Comment by Joy B on November 23, 2014 - Report this comment
David.... was it Gre-Gory the Bat? Try google images and see maybe that's it?


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