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Vintage Advertising

Remember the toys and games of years past through vintage advertising – for better and for worse!

Bash! from Milton Bradley (1965)

“First you take your hammer, then you aim it straight. Hold it tight, swing it right, Bash! It’s great.”

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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.

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Hop ‘n Stomp from Kenner (1971)

The Hop ‘n Stomp offered kids an “indoor game with outdoor action.” After all, we could all use a little “hopping, stomping, romping fun” from time to time!

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