Thursday, November 27, 2014

MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON

Another great vintage clock by Ingraham offered in a previous auction at Croton's own Serioustoyz.com - the 1951 “Roy Rogers Animated Alarm Clock”, 1951, Ingraham, 5”, Roy & Trigger rock as clock ticks.  We just think this is so cool. It's followed by a great 1919 ad for the animated Mutt & Jeff cartoon Pets and Pests--from the day when cartoons were new and exciting. And that's followed by a beautiful piece of tinplate--ROY ROGER'S MINERAL CITY, circa 1952. Click on the photos.

TOOTSIETOY MODEL T, 1960'S http://www.toyconnect.blogspot.com/2014/11/tootsietoy-no-3101-ford-model-t.html

Two new posts from Rob and Monica's "sale-ing": adventures:

A SMALL DIVERSION http://bit.ly/1xO6RdA
AND A WHOLE LOT OF VINTAGE THANKSGIVING!  http://bit.ly/1v00YNw

SOME FAB PAPER MODELS AND KITS FROM VINTAGE ORNAMENTS DOT COM - really neat things here http://www.vintage-ornaments.com/for-christmas/paper-models-and-project-kits

Here's a really neat site: it features an  inventory of Marx playset figures and accessories manufactured from 1951 to 1979--lots of eye candy here and so much fun  http://www.marxwildwest.com/

And EBAY Archaelogy: defining a putz house set--very early and interesting putz houses here--photos--keep scrolling down the page once you get there:

http://www.cardboardchristmas.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=732

2 comments:

  1. Marx really made some of the best play sets around. Their graphics were charming and sparked your imagination. When I look at all the molded ugly plastic toys being made today without corners or angles, I'm appalled.

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  2. Thank you, Maria, for reading our blog. We are big fans of your blog! We hope you had a great Thanksgiving! (Rob)

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