The one puzzle shows the Leaning Tower as pictured. Dimestore Dreams vehicles were launched in February 2000, at the American International Toy Fair held in New York. Please check out my other auctions and save on shipping! Note to Media: To schedule an interview about Dimestore Dreams or Binary Arts during Toy Fair, contact Lisa Petrovich by phone at 703 549-4999, ext. Old store stock in near perfect condition. Unsold old stock we found in the remote storage area of a store in Northern, Ohio. Our eyes bugged out when we opened a box and found these.
While plastic toy vehicles were introduced in the '30s, it took a decade or more before America's passion for the camping trailer showed up in toy form. Item will ship immediately once payment is received if paying by personal check it will ship as soon as check clears. Old unused stock from around the 1960s. Full details of all the models realesed, both Dimestore Dreams and American Dimestore, including production numbers and prototypes, may be found at Bill Hanlon's site. I don't know about any of you, but it's been a long, long time since I've found any 1950's or 1960's tin toys at a yard or rummage sale. They still work and are the same size and look just like a real pack of gum except for the spelling of Wrigley's they spelled it Wriggeyl's.
Useful information on how to evaluate, repair, and care for your collection and identify toys whose origins until now were a complete mystery. There are two balls in the face that you rolled around and tried to get in the holes. This was a warehouse find, but it wasn't huge and these won't be around forever. I found these recently in remote storage at my favorite toy store in Kentucky. We expect this new line to be enormously popular with nostalgic adults, collectors, and today's kids. The lenses are glass, and the piece is attached to the card with tin wires.
Unsold old store stock in excellent condition. Nice cover picture of three owls. Each piece, an exacting replica of late '40s and early '50s plastic toys, detailed for desk top travel. New additions to the Dimestore Dreams are planned soon, including Christmas ornaments and other popular playthings from the past. Colorful plastic toys from the 1940s and '50s including cars, trucks, airplanes, dolls and dollhouse furniture are displayed and identified in detail here. Cool illustrations of the top and how it worked on the box.
They are low quality gumball machine rings. They are unsold old store stock in never seen the light of day condition that we found in the remote storage of an old store in Northern Ohio. Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. There is a cat, a dog, an owl, and one with two birds on it. All other use is prohibited.
Information on manufacturers, the trading and import companies, dates of production, patent drawings, dimensions, descriptions, and original packaging are included. The company's products have won over 100 awards and gained enormous popularity among children, teachers, and parents seeking quality toys. They came from a long closed store that specialized in toys, sewing items, and novelties. When you lay her down, the eyes close. Circa 1950 and still useful. There are two of these puzzles in each header bag.
Some flick to famous people. They are unsold old store stock in excellent unused condition. The patent number on the card is from the mid 1930s, however, guaging by how old he looks in the picture, I'd guess they are from around 1940. He lives in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, with his wife, Jean Ann. We found these in rice paper boxes marked Japan. Dimestore Dreams will offer authentic re-creations of classic plastic toys and novelties sold in 5-and-10-cent stores in the 1940s and 1950s and will be featured in Booth No. The Road Trip Set will evoke memories of an earlier America and conjure mountain air visions in those too young to know better.
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. These were sold like this, and also in vending capsules. These are from an old carnival distributorship in Pennsylvania. Our new Dimestore Dreams division has captured these magical memories in completely authentic re-creations of the plastic cars and toys we played with on the kitchen floor as children. They are unsold old store stock in never seen the light of day condition that we found in the remote storage of an old store in Northern Ohio. A selection of twelve of the eighteen American Dimestore plastic road vehicles. Paypal, money orders, cashiers checks and personal checks accepted.
Has metal balls in it you tried to roll in the eyes. The vehicles are recreations of those available from American dimestores in the post war years, when the then new plastics industry enabled the production of cheap yet accurate models. Has great photos for identifying Renwal pieces. This is the first we have seen of these in many years. Vintage plastic flicker rings we found in an old vending place years ago. Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. The puzzle on the other side varies.
Unused old stock in excellent condition. Identical ones have been found in boxes of Cracker Jacks from the 1950s. Dimestore Dreams, a New Division of Binary Arts, Debuts at Toy Fair 2000. Stick one on your hat and listen to the comments. Thank you for looking and good luck! Neat circa 1950s novelty in great shape. Binary Arts announced the ceasation of the line at the end of 2002. Hanlon was supported by Binary Arts, a games and puzzles company.