Popular toys of the 1950s
Many s toys are quite valuable today. Research s toys history here with a year-by-year timeline and 50+ pictures.
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Nostalgic & Vintage Memorabilia
The decade started out with a bang, as Fisher-Price released one of the most popular toys of all time. Little People started out in with three.
10 toys every kid in the 1950s wanted for Christmas
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Description:Potato Head Slinky The Slinky is a long, metal or plastic spring that can be stretched, jiggled, tossed from hand to hand and even walked down stairs. It was invented in by Richard James, a naval engineer who was working with tension springs. When one fell to the ground, he observed the way it continued to move and the Slinky was born. Slinky became an instant hit and only gained in popularity during the 50s.