Glass Toy Marbles - Vintage

Glass Toy Marbles - Vintage I still love marbles! Used to play them at recess in elementary school. The principal regarded it as gambling and put a stop to it. I was a elementary recess, draw a circle in the dirt, marble gambler too!

Gold Rush Bubble Gum

Cowboy Birthday Party: Gold Nugget Gum Bring out the gold and hand them out to the cowboys and cowgirls. Western Gold Nugget Gum Candies are presented

Robertson Marmalade Look for the (non P.C) golly Collect tokens for badges. I had tonnes of these badges

Robertson Marmalade~Collect non PC golly tokens for badges. Still love Robertson's Golden Shred marmalade

Smash Instant Mash - very modern convenience food in the 1970s

For mash get Smash, for ham get Spam: nostalgia puts 70s brands back in shops

For Mash, get Smash, Smash Instant Mash - very modern convenience food in the My mother hated it ~ but of course I thought it was cool.

McVities Chocolate Digestive Biscuit - Original c1970s

McVities Chocolate Digestive Biscuit - Original from the school tuck shop, to try to stop my tummy rumbling between morning break and lunch!

Rupert Annual, including Rupert's Magic Painting Pictures, United Kingdom, 1965, written and illustrated by Alfred Bestall, published by The Daily Express.

Rupert Bear Annual 1965 - brothers had this every Christmas. Loved the magic painting pages.

I miss the sound of the milk floats and the bottles in the morning.

The Milk float, milk delivered to your door before you woke up in the morning, glass pint bottles.

Tiger Cowry Shell..

Tiger Cowry Shells and collecting lots of others too. Mounted them in a box with labels for Latin and common names. My mother threw them away when I went to live with my father.

Back cover end paper from 'Watch with Mother' a book from the early 1960s filled with BBC children's programme characters.

Back cover end paper from 'Watch with Mother' a book from the early filled with BBC children's programme characters. Andy Pandy and Bill and Ben Lubby Lou and Teddy Little Weed

We had this sort of cutlery growing up - and I still have it!

Australia / Vintage bone-handled cutlery, once found in every Aussie kitchen drawer.

Dial a Disc UK 1970s call 160 to hear a hit song for the price of a local call. Song changed once a week.

Dial a Disc - call 160 to hear a hit song for the price of a local call. Song changed once a week.

andy pandy....watch with mother

Andy Pandy from 'watch with mother'. Used to love this with Looby Loo & Ted. Also liked Bill & Ben, the flowerpot men & the

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