1956 Popular Vintage Toys Part Of The 1950s


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Animal Dolls
Manufacturer: Rushton
Price: $2.98 each
Description Choose from Fido a dog who has ears that flap and a nose that squeaks, Stinky Skunk, Daisy's Mazie Cow with a tinkling bell, or Daisy's Lazie Cow who is an ideal bed partner with a bell.
Animal Dolls From The 1950s
Babee Bee in Carrying Case
Manufacturer: Sun Rubber
Price: $10.95
Description Complete with layette, ready for doll play. Babee Bee is 14 inch tall, soft, cuddly and washable, of course. Has jointed, movable arms, legs, head. Simulated hair, sleeping eyes, lashes. She drinks, wets, cries, sleeps, and blows bubbles. The doll is appropriately attired in panties, and colorful jacket. Comes in attractive oval carrying case with dress, slip, booties, play scale, bubble pipe, nursing bottle, soap, swabs, Kleenex and miniature teething ring.


Babee Bee in Carrying Case From The 1950s


Betsy McCall Pretty Pac
Manufacturer: Amsco
Price: $3.98
Description "Glamor in a Hat Box", comes with hand lotion, lipstick, nail polish, chap stick, Ipana, Camay, toothbrush, comb, brush, and grooming book.

Betsy McCall Pretty Pac From The 1950s

Various Board Games
Manufacturer: Transogram
Price: $1.98 each
Description Choose from four exciting board games. The Captain Gallant Game is a stimulating game of strategy, pursuit, and bold adventure that is based on the TV show starring Buster Crabbe and son Cuffy. Adventures in Disneyland lets players "tour" the huge new Disneyland Park and it includes 16 full-color Disney character figures. The "Rin Tin Tin" Game features imaginative play for two to four players where they can ride with Rinty, Rusty, and U.S. Cavalry in wild chases to capture outlaws. The "Calling Superman" Game lets players engage in a super-exciting game of news-reporting and when in danger they receive help from Superman.

Board Games by Transogram From The 1950s



Dream Lite
Manufacturer: All Metal Products
Price: $9.95
Description A new kind of projector with music box, specially designed for the enjoyment of the little tots. Shows 3-D story-book and fairy tale pictures in color on ceiling or wall while music box plays its part! Comes with four "visual" records.

Dream Lite From The 1950s

Early American Frontier Set
Manufacturer: Auburn
Price: $3.98
Description Most realistic, colorful, and complete set! Includes a log cabin, Indians, wigwams, frontier men and woman, riders on horseback, covered wagon with team, bears, deer, bison, skunk, rabbits, beaver, and more! All made of rubber-like vinyl, soft and harmless.

Early American Frontier Set From The 1950s






Electric Pin-Ball Game
Manufacturer: T. Cohn
Price: $24.95
Description When ball strikes a bumper, lights flash, bells ring, score registers automatically on backboard. Hand kickers keep ball in play, score up to 100,000 points. A good example of an early Pinball Game From the Mid 1950s with Automatic loading with five steel balls.

Electric Pin-Ball Game From The 1950s

Electronic Radar Rocket Cannon
Manufacturer: Remco
Price: $7.95
Description Electronics! Excitement! Giant Cannon launches flying jet plane! Target appears on TV screen! Radar antenna rotates, picks up beep signals, gives warning! "Aircraft spotter" talks to "Radar operator" over intercom! Also has telegraph key for code.

Electronic Radar Rocket Cannon From The 1950s



Fashion Show In Action
Manufacturer: Kay Stanley
Price: $9.95
Description Imagine! A stage, style salon, dressing room, sewing room! Paris outfits, magnetic dolls that walk, turn, show off their costumes! It's a most original electric toy, sure to capture her little heart!

Fashion Show Doll Set From The 1950s

Golden Piano Accordion
Manufacturer: Emenee
Price: $7.95
Description Plays, sounds, looks so real! Extends to nearly two feet. Full scale piano keyboard, bass notes, chords. Has 52 brass reeds. Comes with carrying case and music book.

Golden Piano Accordion From The 1950s



Lifesavers Doll
Manufacturer: Horsman
Price: $4.98
Description She's new, different, delicious, to captivate the heart of any little mother! Her rooted Saran hair comes in luscious candy-colors: mint, strawberry, or lime. Dressing in contrasting pastels. All vinyl with "fairy" skin.

Lifesavers Doll From The 1950s

Little Sweetheart Electric Washing Machine
Manufacturer: Wolverine
Price: $5.95
Description Agitator whirls clothes in water! Has adjustable wringer, rubber rollers, casters.

Little Sweetheart Electric Washing Machine From The 1950s



Lone Ranger Guitar
Manufacturer: Jefferson
Price: $3.98
Description It's a large size, 6-string Guitar, decorated just like a cowboy's. Has a rich professional tone. With shoulder cord and instructions for playing, tuning.

Lone Ranger Guitar From The 1950s

Mardi Gras Doll
Manufacturer: Horsman
Price: $12.95
Description A gorgeous teen-age doll with elaborate lace dress, embellished with silver and gold threads. Made very full with overlapping tiers. Rich-looking velvet bodice and choker, crinoline petticoat, high-heeled shoes. She has a delicately-formed body, shapely legs, and even tapered fingers. Flexible vinyl permits doll to pose life-like. Has beautiful long-curl hairdo that is permanently rooted.

Horsman Mardi Gras Doll From The 1950s



Metal and Plastic Service Station
Manufacturer: T. Cohn
Price: $4.98
Description Includes elevator to roof parking, two gas pumps, oil rack, wash unit, air reel, ramp from roof, and two cars.

Metal and Plastic Service Station From The 1950s

Mickey Mouse Phonograph
Manufacturer: Vanity Fair
Price: $9.95
Description Portable and battery operated. Safe for children. No wires, no plugs. Automatically starts and stops. Has Vani-tone Volume Control. Comes in official Mickey Mouse Club carrying case including batteries.

Mickey Mouse Phonograph From The 1950s



Milton Bradley Games
Manufacturer: Milton Bradley
Price: 98 cents each
Description Choose from six fascinating games: Forest Friends, Annie Oakley, Mr. Bug, Treasure Island, Raggedy Ann or Sergeant Preston.

Milton Bradley Games From The 1950s

Navy Fighter Bomber
Manufacturer: Hubley
Price: $1.98
Description Propeller revolves, wings fold, rubber-tired landing-gear retracts! Sliding cockpit bubble. Aluminum body.

Navy Fighter Bomber From The 1950s



Pink Toy Refrigerator
Manufacturer: Wolverine
Price: $2.98
Description Beautiful pink 2-door refrigerator comes fully equipped with ice-cub tray, dummy food packages, "meats", "foods", cans, bottles. A full larder reproduced on door insides.

2-Door Pink Toy Refrigerator From The 1950s

Remote Control with Power Steering Car
Manufacturer: Product Miniature
Price: $5.95
Description A 1956 Chevy Hardtop. Like Tru-Miniatures above but this baby has an electric motor that runs by remote control. Second motor gives you power steering. Turns car sharp or easy, right or left. You steer it with miniature steering wheel on control box. Motors are battery powered.

Remote Control Chevy Car From The 1950s



Slinky Dog
Manufacturer: James
Price: $1.98
Description A most exciting, active pull toy. Slinky Dog's rear end falls behind, but finally catches up.

Slinky Dog From The 1950s

Fire Department Pumper
Manufacturer: Tonka
Price: $8.95
Description Comes with miniature hydrant that connects to any garden hose. Your "fireman" turns handle on hydrant valve and controls the water flow. Pumper hose shoots continuous stream of water. Comes with ladder, hydrant hoses, 40" hose wound on reel.

Tonka Fire Department Pumper From The 1950s





Transistor Radio Kit
Manufacturer: Remco
Price: $6.95
Description It's transistor-powered (no tubes)! Includes plastic cabinet, station tuner, head phone, diode detector and transistor amplifier. It's an electronic wonder. Fun to assemble.

Transistor Radio Kit From The 1950s

Tru-Miniatures 1956 Model Cars
Manufacturer: Product Miniature
Price: $1.49 each
Description What boy wouldn't be thrilled to own a 1956 model car just like his Dad's! This Tru-Miniature model is most realistic. Its spin-torque motor is powerful, it has three gear ratio, and turns ten times to one revolution of car wheels for greater speed and distance. Motor-momentum sounds like a real car engine. Authentic details, too. High-gloss, chrome-plated grills, bumpers, wheels. Two-tone paint job. Soft, whitewall rubber tires, tinted windows and curved windshield. Choose from Chevrolet Corvette, Chevrolet Station Wagon, Ford Country Sedan, Chevrolet Sport Coupe, Chevrolet 4-door Sedan, or Chevrolet 4-door Hardtop.

Tru-Miniatures 1956 Model Cars From The 1950s



Slinky Worm
Manufacturer: James
Price: 98 cents
Description Her real name is Susie. She slinks, slithers, buzzes, and does all kinds of tricks to amuse.

Slinky Worm From The 1950s