We were all joking the other day about vintage "girl's toys"--and how many of them centered around hearth and home especially in the 40'S, 50' and early 60's. From mock mixers--like the one to the right made by Marx/Linemar--to irons and Easy-Bake Ovens--click on the pix from past auctions @ SeriousToyz. Enjoy!
p.s. Hope you will also enjoy the 1956 edition of Jackie Gleason's Funny Book for Boys and Girls.
Click on the photo.
the progress of Howard Lamey's new loggie putz house--it is amazing!
Click on the link at the CARDBOARD CHRISTMAS forums and keep scrolling all the way down the
For more of Howard's work, visit littleglitterhouses.com
had an inquiry recently on a source for mica and that reminded us of
this place again--and they have it in colors too http://bit.ly/1rHdwYY
A nifty item item from the Auburn Rubber Company, circa 1950's, airport limousine http://www.toyconnect.blogspot.com/2014/07/auburn-504-airport-limousine.html
And we just had to share this ad for the Mysterious Laughing Camera https://www.flickr.com/photos/nesster/14545717130/
And check out this little train shed that Howard was working on; FOR ALL YOU PUTZ HOUSE BUILDERS, A VERY CLEVER idea for window mullions---PLASTIC CANVAS!
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