Television in the 50s
So many things changed in people's lives in the fifties and sixties, but if one stands out as defining the age more than any other it is the coming of television.
Memories of the 1970’s
I adore Pinterest, recently I came across a 1970’s toy feed and the memories came flooding back! If you are a similar age, then I sure these will bring back happy memories too. I used to get …
Vintage Murano Miniature Deer and Two Fawns, £15.00 by Vintybits
Here is a delightful Murano miniature glass deer and her two fawns tied together with a gold coloured chain. In very good condition and very collectable. SAVE ON P&P - buy more than one item on the same day from Vintybits and we will be pleased to refund you via PayPal any savings from combining your items' Postage & Packaging. Please click on
VINTAGE SPEARS GAMES MISFITS | eBay
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Easter Bunnies and Bunnykins...
My daughter had a porridge bowl like this, from memory a present at her birth or christening. Posting yesterday's vintage Easter cards with so many depictions of bunnies and rabbits reminded me of my daughters Bunnykins bowl from when she was a baby and the somewhat risque picture on it. What? Bunnykins is indecent? Yes, the plates and cups we used as babies and that we used for our toddlers do have an aspect inappropriate for the kiddies. Some background before we look at that aspect... The…
First published October 14, 1926 Reprinted fifty-six times Published as a paperback 1965 Reprinted 1965 Reprinted (twice) 1966 Decorations by E.H. Shepard
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Old and Vintage Toys for the Collector
Shop online for old toys and models made by Lesney Matchbox, Corgi, Dinky and others. We specialise in Lesney Matchbox diecast toys made before 1970. We ship worldwide.
A compact simple game anyone can play. The thin cardboard, coloured cards have a category printed on them in English and French. A card is selected and the spinner, in this case the older metal type, is spun to randomly give a letter. It's then up to the players to name an item within the category which begins with the specified letter. The spinner, coloured yellow and green, is in perfect working order and with no marks. The plastic storage tray is immaculate and there is a full compliment…