Toys of the Seventies, Happy Apple

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It was an apple, of course. You can go to any search engine for a picture. While they don't sell them in stores anymore there's lots for sale @ ebay. I know, just reminding you it was a toy of the 70's. It might have gone into the 80's.. maybe it was an 80's toy. But anyway, it was musical and weighted so it always rolled back upright. I think the apple stem was hard at first then made of rubber later, as a sort of teether. I'm going to check the 80's toys and if it's in there then forgive me. :)
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Rob Lambert - February 05, 2018 - Report this comment
Fisher-Price made the Happy Apple from 1072 until 1975. When you rolled it around, you'd hear chimes. Didn't do much else but be a kitchen decoration. Early version had a long stem. By 1974, they were made with a short stem (so little ones wouldn't break them off and eat them).

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