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A Slinky is a precompressed helical spring toy invented by Richard James in the early s. It can perform a number of tricks, including travelling down a flight of steps end-over-end as it stretches and re-forms itself with the aid of gravity and its own momentum, or appear to levitate for a period of time after it has been dropped. These interesting characteristics have contributed to its success as a toy in its home country of the United States, resulting in many popular toys with slinky components in a wide range of countries.
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Photo galleries of my personal collection. Most of which is safely packed away. All the galleries are organised to group common brands or series and cross referenced for searching. Information about old toys from Australia and around the world.
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From the late s toMarx Toys produced a series of large elaborate playsets. Each set was designed with a particular historical theme or tied into a popular movie or television series. Over several hundred different sets and variations were made.
Passing on childhood toys to your offspring may seem like a touching thing to do, but new research has found you could actually be poisoning them. A study found lead, cadmium and even arsenic in an alarmingly high number of plastic toys made in the s and s. One in four toys contained more than 10 times current safety limits for lead; a third of non-vinyl toys violated standards for both lead and cadmium; and a fifth contained arsenic. The highest concentrations of both cadmium and lead were found in yellow toy parts, some of which had up to 70 times the current limit for lead.