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1972 Sears Wish Book...quilted polyester bathrobes that you never wanted anyone to light a match around and super fluffy slippers

TV sets - Black and white with no remotes. You were tickled to get more than one channel that you didn't mind getting up to change it. Of course the parents always had the kids do the changing of the channel. LOL

website for Wishbooks going back to the 30's. It brought back so many memories of toys I had and looking through the catalog for hours circling things I wanted for Christmas.

Sleeping bags, not for camping, but usually for indoor sleep-overs.

Mom and Dad had the set pictured at the bottom...bought in the mid-60's.

We never got to have one of these - so I created a matchbox track from odd scraps around the house. Kept my brother and me occupied for hours!

Do you remember what it was like to go to the mailbox and have there be something in it for you? I do! My mom got me a subscription of Highlights for many years and I loved it every month when it came for me. Thanks, Mom!

Always selling vintage Hasbro G.I. Joe action figures and accessories! MIB too!

I played with these for hours in our basement....

Just the wicker basket would be worth $50. Also available in pink. 1972, Sears Wish Book.