Star Trek Mission to Gamma VI Playset from Mego (1976)

“Imagine he’s surrounded by the Gamma creatures.”

110 Camera from Fisher-Price (1986)

Before digital photography became commonplace, Fisher-Price offered children, ages 5 and up, a camera that used 110 film cartridges.

Dixie’s Diner from Tyco (1989)

“I love this place!”

Corgi Juniors DC Comics Superheroes Vehicles (1979)

In 1979, as part of its Corgi Juniors line of die-cast toy vehicles, British toy manufacturer Corgi Toys released a series of vehicles with direct tie-ins to several popular DC Comics superheroes.

Masters of the Universe Collection from Mattel (1981)

“This toy comes with something that can really open up a kid’s imagination: its own legend.”

Bionic Woman with Mission Purse from Kenner (1977)

In 1977, Kenner released a second-edition Jaime Somers doll in its ongoing promotion of the Bionic toy line based on The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman television shows.

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.

Batmobile From Corgi Toys (1966)

Released in 1966, the Corgi 267 Batmobile was a 1:43 scale diecast model car introduced in concert with the 1966 Batman TV series starring Adam West.

Barbie Dreamhouse from Mattel (1962)

“The wonderful new house for Mattel’s famous Barbie doll.”

Electric Ladder Fire Truck from General Molds & Plastic Corp. (1955)

The Electric Ladder Fire Truck (Model 124) became a popular addition to the company’s Andy Gard toy line.

E.T. Collection from LJN (1982)

“They actually believe E.T. lives in their closet.”