15 1/2 inches long From the bottom of the wheels to the top of the man it’s about 9 1/2 inches. This is a Vintage fisher and price pull toy the horses go up and down when pulled seems to be in very good working order missing one of the back Tires see photos. See photos for condition sold as is
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It has 146 pages. So much history in here! The cover has Ed Savage, an early Fisher Price toy inventor. It’s complete, and a neat part of their history. It’s close to 80 years old! There are 146 pages in the magazine, so I captured only a small fraction of pictures.
This wagon is perfect for strolls with your kids or Trick or Treating! Sides are removable for more versatility and storage. This wagon version breaks down nicely by removing the sides to fit nicely into smaller spaces for taking along with you!
Vintage Toy - Fisher Price Donald Duck Choo Choo Pull Toy: # 450 Manufactured in 1942. Toy is in good condition and the bell rings when pulled. A very small piece of the original rope is attached. Please view all photos.
While being pulled, the snail body crawls up and down. Parents can teach about the various colors, direction, estimate distance which will help develop the basics for mathematics and also enhance their vocabulary skill by teaching them words such as right, left, forward and backward.
Another wooden pull toy made by Fisher Price. Was manufactured in 1942. Great working order. Lithos are in excellent shape with bright color. One of the sides inside the wagon has been taped to keep the paper in place.
His twin sister Honey is totally opposite - she loves to play quietly on the grass and can spend hours entertaining herself with flowers, birds and butterflies. These life-like, award-winning miniatures also inspire imagination and creativity.
The cut-out has paper lithographs on both sides of Donald Duck wearing a blue sailor's cap with black trim and a blue sailor's shirt with white trim and a red bow tie. Donald has 2 seperate wooden arms with paper lithographs on both sides of blue sleeves and white hands.
Of course, they can also use their motor skills to roll the plane along, and their imaginations to pretend it’s flying through the air. For ages 18 months and up. Remove the stick from plane tail to play.