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Jumbo's, Cat's Eyes, Crystals, making a hole in the school playground and always playing for keepsies!

Chinese Checkers with a metal board and real marbles!

Glass Toy Marbles - Vintage I still love marbles! Used to play them at recess in elementary school. The principal regarded it as gambling and put a stop to it.

Waterfuls Ring-Toss - I can't believe I forgot this ever existed. It was a staple in the 70s/80s toy repertoire.

Clackers would annoy my mom so much...

love this! as a kid I had an old tin can full of my uncle's marbles from his childhood......

Another obsession. Scattered them all over the floor, much to the unlike of grandma.

Liddle Kiddles are little, tiny dolls that were sold in the late 1960s. They were manufactured from 1966-1971 by Mattel. The name is a play on words for the term 'little kid'. These dolls were all the rage in the late 60s and many other toy companies made copycats, to try to cash in on the new 'tiny doll phenomenon'. #savethebunnyGP

Marbles....Couldn't wait to get out on the playground and try to win more marlbles. We played for "keepsies".

when he first saw this toy, my teenage son, who had never seen an old-school cash register before, said, "What is that, Baby's First Slots?"

kaleidoscope--the first one I had gotten as a gift was from the folks and I was in awe of what I could do with it. Spent hours playing with it.