Toys of Christmas Past

Take a trip down memory lane and check out vintage toys posted as Wants on FyndIt. These throwback toys most likely made it in Santa’s gift bag many Christmas Eve’s ago.

Back in the 1950s, Santa probably had this Roy Rogers figurine on his list to deliver to good little cowboys and cowgirls.

royrogers

 

Here’s a vintage Disney toy from the 1960’s. Disneykins are a unique brand of miniature hand painted plastic figureines manufactured by the Marx Toy Company from 1961 to 1973. One of our FyndIt members is looking for a Disneykins Box Set in mint condition.

disneykins

A tea set is a classic gift for a little girl regardless of what decade it is.  Created by Mattel, this POP 26-piece tea set, delighted many little girls on Christmas morning during the 1980s.

pop-tea-set

From the Star Wars Micro Collection is the Death Star World Action playset. Made by in 1982 by Kenner, this rare toy was comprised of the smaller Death Star Escape and Death Star Compactor sets. During the 1980’s, kids hoped to find this gift wrapped up under the Christmas tree.

deathstarworld

Check our listings to see if you can help FyndIt members track down the rare and hard-to-find toys listed above. If you know where to find one of the items, post your Find with a picture, description and price point. If your item is a match and accepted  by the Wanter, you will earn the bounty reward.

Perhaps during your childhood there was a present that you asked Santa for that never showed up under the Christmas tree. Now that you are an adult, you can go out and buy that toy that you longed for. Not sure where to look for it? Turn to FyndIt, our community of Finders can help you locate it.

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