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Childhood Toys From The Year 1960 including The Alamo Soldiers Set, Old Fashioned Dial Telephone, Popcorn Maker, Electric Pinball Machine, Daisy Guns and more with prices and descriptions

Featured Toys on this page Pelham Disney Puppets, Daisy Rifles, Light Up Twirling Baton and Pitching Machine and many more from the 1960sThe prices shown for these Toys are the price they were sold for in 1960 not today

  • 2.2 HP Gasoline Engine For Your Bicycle From The 1960s 2.2 HP Gasoline Engine For Your Bicycle
    Price: $29.99
    Description I love this little engine 2.2 HP Gasoline Engine For Your Bicycle, not sure how well it worked or what happened when you went down hill, but seems pretty cool to me, when I was talking about it to my wife she told me her brother had one on his bike and loved it.
  • Baby Chrissy Doll From The 1980s 24-Inch Baby Chrissy
    Price: $19.99

    Pull her hair to make it "grow"; pull string on neck to shorten it. Dressed in romper. Big enough to wear real baby clothes. She has soft vinyl foam skin and jointed arms and legs, auburn hair and big sparkling eyes.

  • Twirling Red, White and Blue Light Up Baton From The 1960s Twirling Light Up Baton
    Price: $1.69
    Description Twirling Light Up 28 inch Baton flashes red, white and blue beams, wonder if it put the girls off though when twirling.
  • Transistor Radios  From The 1960s Transistor Radios
    Price: $4.99
    Description Transistor Radios comes with crystal earphones, fits easily in your pocket to let you listen to all your favorite stations. A good example of the changes that would happen with Toys in the 1960s as the electronic revolution begins with basic transistor replacing earlier valves used for TV's and Radio
  • Play Ben Hur Set From The 1960s Play Ben Hur Set
    Price: $7.98
    Description 132 piece Ben Hur Set includes everything to simulate the chariot race made famous in the movie Ben Hur (The Ben-Hur movie came out the year before starring Charlton Heston in the title role winning eleven Academy Awards, including Best Picture). I remember seeing it at the movies and it was a great movie.
  • Bingo From The 1960s Bingo
    Price: $3.29
    Description Popular Game Of Bingo including the bingo cards, wooden markers and globe for turning the balls.

  • Build A Working Clock From The 1960s Build A Working Clock
    Price: $4.49
    Description This is another of the toys from 1960 that I like and would loved to have played with as a kid. The Build A 12 inch high Working Clock allows you to take a part and put back together a working clock that keeps accurate time.

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  • Cape Canaveral Set From The 1960s Cape Canaveral Set
    Price: $5.66
    Description Build your own Cape Canaveral with launchers, rockets, observation and control tower, satellites, scientists, astronauts and everything else needed to build a space center.

  • Carrooms Game From The 1960s Carroms Game
    Price: $7.99
    Description Play 84 games including Carroms, Checkers, Backgammon, Crokinole plus many others.

  • Civil War Soldiers  From The 1960s Civil War Soldiers
    Price: $5.99
    Description Replay The American Civil War with the Blue and The Grey War Soldiers.

  • Coke Dispenser From The 1960s Coke Dispenser
    Price: $2.49
    Description Coca Cola Dispenser allows little ones to dispense Coca Cola from large bottles into small cups for friends and family.

  • Daisy Guns From The 1960s Daisy Guns
    Price: From $3.79
    Description Daisy Target Shooting Cork Ball Guns, choose between the Cork Ball Pistol up to the Cork Ball Shooting Telescopic Rifle.

  • Dominoes  From The 1960s Dominoes
    Price: $1.89
    Description The good old game of Dominoes with 91 hardwood pieces, I can remember playing Dominoes as a kid with my parents together with Jigsaw Puzzles and Gin Rummy (I think one of the things we have lost over the years from the faster pace of life and the increase in Computer Games etc. is the time children spent with parents -- my own personal view, Steve Webmaster).
  • Electric Kart From The 1960s Electric Cart
    Price: $22.88
    Description Races along at 5 MPH goggles and Helmet included, just over 1 ft wide and 3 ft long uses 12 volt car battery.

  • Gunsmoke Cowboy Models Set From The 1960s Gunsmoke Cowboy Models Set
    Price: $5.49
    Description Gunsmoke Cowboy Models Set based on the television Western series in and around Dodge City, Kansas starring James Arness as the lead role of Marshal Matt Dillon.
  • Happi Time Racer From The 1960s Happi Time Racer
    Manufacturer: Happi-Time
    Description Happi Time Wagon Racer 36 inches long by 18 inches wide by 4 inches deep with ball bearings, semi-pneumatic tires, rugged axle braces and 10 inch wheels.
  • Huckleberry Hound and Friends Soft Toys From The 1960s Huckleberry Hound and Friends Soft Toys
    Price: $7.44
    Description Huckleberry Hound and Friends Soft Toys including 28 inches tall Huckleberry Hound, Yogi Bear and BooBoo.

  • British Made Pelham Disney Puppets From The 1960s British Made Pelham Disney Puppets
    Price: $6.49 each
    Description British Made Pelham Disney Puppets including Pinocchio, Gretel, Hansel, Donald Duck, Jiminy Cricket, Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse, each includes all the necessary controls for lifelike tangle proof animation.

  • Electric Pinball Machine  From The 1960s Electric Pinball Machine
    Price: $18.88
    Description Electric Pinball Machine with flashing lights, scoring mechanism that registers when bumpers are hit, ringing bells, hand activated kickers to keep the ball in play just like commercial machines found in arcades.

  • Old Fashioned Dial Telephone From The 1960s Old Fashioned Dial Telephone
    Description Old Fashioned Dial Telephone, I included this not as much as a toy which it is but as a reminder that every telephone was designed like this, you dialed the number by turning the dial.

  • Remember The Alamo Soldiers Set From The 1960s Remember The Alamo Soldiers Set
    Price: $5.88
    Description Remember The Alamo Soldiers Set includes soldiers, fort allows you to defend the fort against the Mexicans and their cannon.

  • Pitchback Practice For Baseball Players From The 1960s Pitchback Practice For Baseball Players
    Price: $7.49
    Description Pitchback Practice For Baseball Players sharpens up the pitching eye, great for batting field practice.

  • Electric Pitching Machine From The 1960s Electric Pitching Machine
    Price: $7.77
    Description Electric Pitching Machine, requires batteries.

  • Gas Powered Remote Control Plane From The 1960s Gas Powered Remote Control Plane
    Price: $14.88
    Description Giant P-40 30 inch wingspan Flying Tiger Gas Powered Remote Control Plane (detailed replica of the Curtis P-40) comes with glo-plug engine with rotamatic starter, remote control, pull the stick up and the plane soars up.
  • Popcorn Maker From The 1960s Popcorn Maker
    Price: $7.88
    Description Electric Popcorn Maker, watch corn pop under heat proofed safety glass top to serve friends and family.

  • Racing Pedal Car From The 1960s Racing Pedal Car
    Price: $32.99
    Description Racing Pedal Car.

  • Rifles to Fire Plastic Bullets  From The 1960s Rifles to Fire Plastic Bullets
    Manufacturer: Mattel
    Price: From $5.99
    Description Rifles to Fire real Plastic Bullets.

  • Scooters From The 1960s Scooters
    Price: From $2.99
    Description Children's Scooters were popular in the early 60's with kids scooting up and down the walkways or in parks, most often because of the very different times from today parents let children go all over the place without having to worry about weirdos, shame how times have changed and limited kids play.
  • Surrey With The Fringe On Top From The 1960s Surrey With The Fringe On Top Pedal Cart
    Price: $39.88
    Description Surrey With The Fringe On Top Pedal Cart, I included this just because I thought it was pretty cool, the reference "Surrey With The Fringe On Top" is a tune from the 1943 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, Oklahoma! the movie Oklahoma which features a "four wheel covered carriage pulled by two horses". The price seems quite high as a children's toys as $39.88 in 1960 is equivalent to $300.00 today.