Hubley Toys (1965)

Hubley Toys’ 1965 catalogue featured the company’s line of Mighty Metal Toys.

Mattel Electronics Catalogue (1979)

Mattel Electronics’ 1979 catalogue featured the nascent company’s line of handheld electronic games.

American Flyer Trains & Gilbert Toys Catalogue (1952)

This 1952 catalogue from Gilbert Toys showcased the ongoing refinement and expansion of the American Flyer brand almost 15 years after the company acquired it.

Miniature Rubber Bricks Catalogue from Linemar Toys (1950)

Linemar Toys’ Miniature Rubber Bricks catalogue from 1950 showcased three different rubberized building brick kits the company produced that were similar to LEGO.

Setting the pace… Mattel Toys Catalogue (1986)

This 200-page Mattel catalogue from 1986 reflected the company’s continued diversification of its product offerings.

1000 Hours of Fun with Famous Parker Games Catalogue (1952)

This 1952 catalog showcases many of Parker Games’ popular hits, including Monopoly, Sorry, Clue, and others.

Tonka Toys 1958 …designed for Child Development Catalogue

This 1948 catalog followed the rebranding of Mound, Minnesota-based Mound Metalcraft to Tonka Toys Inc. – a shout-out to the company’s proximity to nearby Lake Minnetonka.

Erector and Gilbert Toys for ’58 Catalogue

A.C. Gilbert’s 1958 catalogue shows why the company was one of the world’s premiere producers of learning toys, many of which it called “scientific career-building toys”.

Hasbro ’69 Catalogue – New Products, New Directions, New Marketing, New Advertising, New Incentives (1969)

In 1969, Hasbro Industries Inc., celebrated its new name with a catalogue that touted a new direction, products, and growth opportunities for retailers carrying the brand.

Lowell Toy Mfg. Catalogue (1959)

In the 1950s and ‘60s, Lowell Toy Mfg. of Long Island City, New York was a prolific producer of board games.

Matchbox Catalogue (1972)

In 1972, Matchbox diecast vehicles had been available to fans and collectors for 19 years.

Mattel Toys – Movin’ with Mattel Catalogue (1976)

The 1976 Movin’ with Mattel catalogue reflected a company in transition.