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Had many of these - had them whirling all over the kitchen floor.

I used to love these spinning top toys as a toddler. One of my favorite toys growing up!

Vintage Toys and Fun Stuff – Modern Kiddo

BEST toy ever. She has all of the cool features of the castle photographed. I love the secret trap door that drops little people into the moat below. The pink dragon is also pretty fab!

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Mimeograph machine - I remember learning how to use one of these! Remember smelling your paper when you got a freshly printed paper? The ink was purple too.

Mini Snoopy Pencils  were mostly useless, but that didn't stop me from writing notes with them!

Peanuts Colored Pencils

Best glasses ever!  Wish Tupperware still sold them.

Ohmygosh my Grandmother had these. Aluminum tumblers the best way to keep cold drinks cold. So many great memories.

MRT Handcrafted Wood Wall Mount Hymn Board for Church Chapel 30" Robert Smith

Hymn Board at church - This is a new one, but I remember this at the little church. To be prepared, sit down in your pew and make use of the hymn board to bookmark hymnal pages

Everyone had an electric can opener in the 1960s - did we really eat from that many cans back then? I just use a hand can opener now.

Vintage Sunbeam Automatic Electric can opener- remember these!

Tom Hanks in "Bosom Buddies",,,,very funny show

bosom buddies - tom hanks (in pink) and peter scolari.such a funny show!

Yummy... Orange push up pop. Used to get these from the ice cream man all the time!

push-ups.my favorite! Whenever the ice cream truck slowed down enough for us to catch it I ALWAYS got a push-up (orange sherbet)

1960's Vintage Wishnik Troll Doll Cave House Case | eBay

1960's Vintage Wishnik Troll Doll Cave / House Case

Vintage Wishnik Troll Doll Cave / House Case- This was one of my favorite toys as a kid! The Trolldains lived here!

Vintage 1970's Tupperware Cake Carrier.

Vintage Tupperware Cake Saver Yellow & White Cake Taker Carrier, Still have mine

~ Milton Bradley "Milk Magic Doll Bottles" ~ (The Milk Really Disappeared)

I had these for all my baby dolls~ Milton Bradley "Milk Magic Doll Bottles" ~ (The Milk Really Disappeared).and orange juice, too.

Tammy was a 12" fashion doll created by the Ideal Toy Company that debuted at the 1962 International Toy Fair. Advertised as "The Doll You Love to Dress", Tammy was portrayed as a young American teenager, more "girl next door" than the cosmopolitan image of Mattel's Barbie, or American Character's Tressy.on the town.  Had one of these but I still preferred playing with the Barbie doll!

Tammy was a fashion doll created by the Ideal Toy Company that debuted at the 1962 International Toy Fair. My sisters and I had Tammy dolls because Mom thought Barbie was too sexy!

Cap Guns with rolls of caps vintage toys. This one makes me laugh...playing…

We all had these cap guns. We used to bang on the cap strips on the sidewalks (we called it a "pavement") with a rock too to make them go off.

Sometimes I see an old toy that I used to have and I have this terrible need to find one and play with it. I loved this little stove.