Toys of the Seventies

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Mrs. Beasley, Comment by Lee on January 28, 2015 - Report this comment
Mrs. Beasley was my first and favorite doll (followed closely by Chrissy). I still have her though not the original. My mom sold my doll at a garage sale for .25 cents. I cried for weeks. Twenty years later (because I never let her forget this misstep), I received a Mrs. Beasley for Christmas which mother had found in an antique store. She wrapped it up with an apology letter recalling that not selling my doll in the yard sale would have saved her a lot of grief and me a lot of tears!
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Silly Sand, Comment by jp weber on January 27, 2015 - Report this comment
when i was kid my famly new on of the investors in silly sand his naw was james dyer looking for him or one of his 6 kids
Shuffle Farm., Comment by Rachel Dutton on January 27, 2015 - Report this comment
Hi I potentially have a shufflies farm and castle for sale that my parents have in the attic. Contact me at rachelleedutton@hotmail.co.uk if interested.
Big Bird Riding Toy, Comment by Edwin on January 27, 2015 - Report this comment
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Dawn dolls, Comment by Sunny on January 26, 2015 - Report this comment
I remember going to a bunch of yard sales with my mother and aunt as a 7 or 8 year old in the late 70s and mom buying me a Dawn doll case completely stuffed with Dawn dolls and clothes. I never got that into them, and sold it at our own yard sale a year or two later, for about $2 for the whole case. Man, they'd be worth a small fortune now judging by eBay prices! If I'd only known.
Barbie Dolls, Comment by Sunny on January 26, 2015 - Report this comment
I got my first Barbie for Christmas in 1974, when I was four, along with her townhouse - the one made of cardboard and plastic tubes that had an elevator you could make move by pulling a string. I probably got some clothes and accessories also, but I mostly remember the house, which stood in my bedroom for years. The doll was a Malibu Barbie with tanned skin wearing a bathing suit. I'd been wanting a real Barbie ever since a little girl about two years older than me moved in next door with a ton of them. I'd go over to play with her but all I had prior to Christmas 1974 was a knock off type fashion doll :) So happy with what Santa brought - I got more Barbie stuff for later Christmases and birthdays, but that was one of my best childhood memories.
Lucy's Tea Party, Comment by Lisa Pennycook on January 26, 2015 - Report this comment
I had this game in the 70s in the Uk it had a dufferebt name but I dont remember what it was
Playskool Good Humor Riding Ice Cream Truck, Comment by Mr Jorge Becker on January 25, 2015 - Report this comment
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Puffer Kite, Comment by Jeremy on January 25, 2015 - Report this comment
I believe that this was the first kite my Dad and I ever flew together It just kept going higher and higher and then the string broke and it was gone I sure wish I could go back to that time and do it all over again I sure miss the 70's and the small town I grew up in I wish these kites were still being made so that my kids could enjoy them
Silly Putty, Comment by Rob Lambert on January 24, 2015 - Report this comment
Though the formula for Silly Putty was created in 1943, it was not until 1950 when a marketing consultant named Peter Hodgson started putting the stuff in plastic eggs and selling them for a buck each. Later in the 1950s came the famous blister pack, shaped to resemble a TV set and the two kids cartoon pictures on them. Hodgson did almost no comic book advertising for Silly Putty, but made his first TV commercial in 1957. Hodgson died in 1975. The makers of Crayola crayons acquired rights to Silly Putty shortly after, and still sell it today, only for a dollar more.


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