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Bruder

This family business weathered economic and cultural shifts to become one of the most recognizable European and international toy brands.

What’s It Worth? on A&E

What’s it Worth? is host Jeff Foxworthy’s new entrant to the “Antiques Roadshow” genre, geared toward collecting enthusiasts and treasure-hunters alike.

Show ‘N Tell from G.E. (1964)

Advertised as a home entertainment center, the Show ‘N Tell was built to resemble a small television set and deftly combined a four-speed phonograph with an 11-inch monitor for slide film viewing.

Jell-O Gallery – Le Roy, New York

Owned and operated by the Le Roy Historical Society, the Jell-O Gallery tells the story of “America’s most famous dessert” through guided tours and exhibits.

Slip ‘N Slide

The Slip ‘N Slide water toy was invented by upholsterer Robert Carrier in 1960 and later sold to Wham-O.

FAN EXPO Canada Virtual Experiences

This year’s FAN EXPO Canada has moved online, offering a series of ongoing virtual experiences to connect fans with a varying roster of celebrities through interactive Q&A sessions.