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Vintage Toys & Games

Explore classic toys and games that captured our attention and never let go.

Blythe from Kenner (1972)

Released in 1972 by Kenner, the Blythe dolls were a line of fashion dolls and accessories created by Allison Katzman, a toy designer at Marvin Glass and Associates.

Zeroids from Ideal (1968)

Released in 1968 from Ideal, the Zeroids were a set of three motorized robots from the planet Zero: Zerak, Zobor, Zintar. Later, a fourth robot named Zogg was added to the line.