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    Judith A. Foster
    Judith A. Foster
    Judith A. Foster

    Judith A. Foster

    Love to read, crosstitch Santas, paint Santas, play word games

    2 Vintage Fisher Price Toys 1960s 757 Melody Chime 788 Corn Popper Push Musical | My baby sisters had both of these toys as toddlers. I still remember the pop, pop, pop as they walked the toy through the house

    Fisher Price Loving Family Dollhouse 1990 I think I had a friend with this dollhouse or it was at school or daycare

    Toys From The 70S - Bing Images - OMG my kids used to play this endlessly. It got very intense trying to repeat recorded hand beats which got progressively faster.

    Old and Classic Games and Retro Toys from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's

    Popular 1960 Toys - YoYo Tommy Smothers of the Smothers Brothers was The YoYo Man!

    1983 Cabbage Patch Doll by lishyloo on Etsy, $40.00

    Old and Classic Games and Retro Toys from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's

    Remember this game? Vintage Password Game by Milton Bradley Board Game Toy 60's 70's RARE | eBay

    *Three Cheers For The Red White And Blue...Cyrus Durand Chapman (1856-1918)

    The Development of the American Flag Flags

    matchbox - vintage dumptruck

    Matchbox Lesney Moko 5a London Bus - Buy Matchbox Series Decals + Original Box - www.matchbox-lesn...

    1960s.lesney.Matchbox.72.Standard.JEEP..Mint in F Type box.all original #Matchbox

    1960's Lesney Matchbox No 6 Euclid Quarry Truck with Original Box www.etsy.com/...

    Vintage 1960s Toy Truck Lesney Matchbox I had this truck and it came in a cardboard "matchbox."

    Vintage Matchbox Cars and Trucks

    1960s Matchbox No 11 Scaffolding Truck in Box

    1960s Matchbox No 3 Bedford Tipper Truck in Box

    1960s Matchbox No 30 8-Wheel Crane in Box

    Matchbox cars were introduced by Lesney Products in 1953 and is now owned by Matte. The brand was so named as the original die-cast Matchbox toys were sold in boxes similar in style and size to those in which matches were sold. Imagine if you still had some of your 1950s Matchbox cars!!! Bet they're worth something!