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The Encyclopedia of Toys

by Constance Eileen King

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Arnold (1) Bing (2) Brown (3) bub (2) Carette (2) Citroen (2) doll (2) Doll and Cie (2) dollhouses (2) dresses (1) Edison (1) Fischer (1) Fleischmann (2) Hafner (2) Hess (2) Hull (1) Issmayer (2) Ives (4) Marklin (2) Marx (1) Merriam Manufacturing Company (2) model trains (1) Newbery (1) plank (2) Radiguet (2) Righter (2) Schuco (2) Selchow (2) Spooner (2) toys (4)

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A nicely put-together and useful reference of antique toys, arranged by category. I would have liked to see more board games and character toys represented, but this is a personal preference; the field of old toys is too large for one book to cover all areas in depth. As it is, it does a nice job, both with illustrations and written information. ( )
  burnit99 | Feb 3, 2007 |
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