Today we are bringing you vintage junk treasures #31 – the vintage toys edition. Mr. Deanie has been busy going to estate and garage sales and has found a lot of great vintage junk treasures!
A vintage Lite-Brite game. The first Lite-Brite was produced in 1967 and this is in that era.
Not sure how old this Holiday Village Train set is but we will sell it at Christmas time. People like trains to set around their Christmas tree.
Rio Grande train set.
A vintage floral arrangement puzzle board, a vintage Monopoly game and a Game Chest of different games. I asked Mr. Deanie to be watching for vintage Monopoly games now that some of the playing pieces have been retired.
We went to a hoarder’s estate sale last weekend. Many of these things were purchased there. It turns out when talking to the people running the sale, that the owner had been an antique dealer. It isn’t always such a leap to go from collecting inventory to hoarding! There were a number of different Chinese checker games. They were all different so we ended up buying 4! This one above has little indentions to keep your marbles in while playing. This is the second toy accordion we have found in the last few months. Then there is another Monopoly game and Mouse Trap.
Another Chinese checkers game with indentions to hold your marbles, a Fisher Price farm lunch pail, a Pixie Chinese Checkers game, Operation game and another vintage Monopoly game. I just noticed we ended up buying 3 vintage Monopoly games! LOL!
This little Fisher Price lunch pail is in great condition. I think my brother may have had one.
I think this may be the first square Chinese checkers game we have found. We ended up with 4 Chinese checkers games from the hoarder’s estate sale. She had multiples of many things.
A vintage Mickey Mouse game lap tray. This would be great on a road trip. It is metal so you could use magnets on it.
A vintage microscope such as found in science kits bought in stores.
This is a wonderful Gilbert Microscope Set from 1938! Some pieces are missing but still a lot inside. This is an awesome vintage item.
It still has the booklet, microscope, slides, chemicals and alcohol burner.
Two vintage Fisher Price toys. The Happy Hoppers has 3 Little People figures inside. I had never seen this one before. I found out it was made in 1969. The pull toy is called Little Snoopy and was made in 1965.
This is really incredible! It is 4 Jaymar puzzles for Kiddies and they all have Rudolph on them. They are in excellent condition. We won’t sell this until Christmas time.
I love this doll bed! It was made by Amsco in the 1950s and is called Doll-E-Bed. When I was a girl, I would have been thrilled to have this doll bed. I have seen this bed in blue quite a bit but pink seems to be harder to find. A toy iron and 4 vintage noise makers are sitting on the bed.
A wonderful View-Master Projector in original box, a View-Master viewer and lots of reels. These bring back so many memories!
Announcement: If you are in the area my booth #113 in Haven Antiques in Oregon City is all 50% off. I have so much inventory that I am trying to sell what is there to make room for more. I will be having the sale the entire month of June.
Thank you for visiting my blog. How do vintage toys sell in your area? At one of my booths they don’t sell at all and the other they sell well. I hope you have enjoyed looking back at these vintage toys. They brought back a lot of memories for me. Have a great time discovering your own vintage treasures and making memories!
Wishing you many blessings in 2017.
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