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front Checkerboard

In the early 19th century board games were literally carved out of wooden boards.
front Marbles
c. 1900
Unlike glass marbles of today, these are made of clay.
front Glass Pistol
c. 1889
This rare novelty glass pistol from the 1880s was probably once used to sell small quantities of a liquid like whiskey.
front WWI Toy Ambulance with Figures
This World War I vintage iron toy is of a horse-drawn ambulance and four military figures.
front Toy Kitchen Range
c. 1900
This plaything, from about 1900, is a miniature facsimile of a wood-fired cookstove that was used in kitchens in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
front Toy Train

This four-car toy train, made of wood, was made sometime in the 19th century, and is the forerunner of Thomas, the Tank Engine.
front Toy Tea Set

This ceramic tea set for dolls, in white with a blue striping decoration, is composed of a teapot, a creamer, a sugar bowl, and six cups and saucers.
front WWI Toy Mounted Soldier and Horse
This mounted soldier, in full uniform, was made in Germany by the Lineol Company in Brandenburg.
front "The Quirlicut Company" Puzzle
c. 1910
By the turn of the 19th century, puzzles ceased to be simply toys for children; they became entertainment -- and at times advertising -- aimed at adults.
front Mary, Mabel and Frank Colcord
c. 1895
Mary and Mabel Colcord harness their brother Frank into the family dog cart.


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