March 26, 2012

Reproduction Tin Toys

I've been spring cleaning in my son's room and, like I said on my last post, I've taken quite a few things to Goodwill. Just couldn't get rid of these ones though.


Most of these are Schylling toys. My sister started buying these reproduction vintage toys for my son when he was a baby and I still love the look of them.


I suppose when my son turns 21 or so, and needs an even more grown-up room, I'll have to move the toys into my bedroom.


You never know when a death ray will come in handy.




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21 comments:

  1. Those are absolutely fabulous. Love the vibrant graphics and colors. Definitely worth keeping FOREVER!

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  2. I have a thing for painted metal anything, especially toys. Love yours.

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  3. Love these things. If I had room, I'd have tons of them! So cute!
    m.

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  4. I would keep them, too. Love the colorful graphics!!!

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  5. Never give them up. Love the Death Ray. Those were so much fun. Does it spark?
    Love the airplane too.

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  6. keep them! my dad had a motorcycle man just like that.

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  7. Must have death ray. We collect those little wee metal cars as Joe was not allowed to have them as a boy. I said we can fix that now.

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  8. Those graphics are hard to resist whether old or new!Some things have to be saved.Thomas the Tank Engine has been in a bin for the past 6 years.My son decided he was done with them right after we moved to Ohio.We could not part with all of them so the bin is up high in his closet and one day he will be very grateful that we hoarded his memories!As will yours...

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  9. I LOVE those Pam, the graphics are wonderful...

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  10. Those are adorable--definite keepers!

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  11. Absolutely keep these suckers~ they are classic. How fun it will be to pull them out of a box in 20 years or so! ~ Sue

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  12. Definitely keepers! There are just some things that you need to hang on to. Love the gun!!

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  13. What fun tin toys! That was a great collection to start for your son. Maybe some day he will pass them along! You can use that death ray gun if anyone tries to take those things from you...either that or when you have words with the hubster-not that THAT ever happens! xo- Diana

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  14. How much fun are these. Glad you didn't get
    rid of them.

    Melinda

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  15. LOVE those Schylling toys. Definitely something to keep. The ROBOT is my favorite. take care.

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  16. Glad you decided to keep them, sometimes it is nice to sit down and hold something from the past and recall beautiful memories.

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  17. Those are great. I wouldn't give them up for anything. I've been away from the vintage thing since the weather is pretty. Keep visiting me at my other blog. Thanks!

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  18. Those toys are wonderful! I would definitely keep them, perhaps pass them down to your grandchildren someday!

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  19. It warms my heart to read the nice things you say about Schylling tin toys. We work hard to make them and keep the tradition alive. Jack Schylling

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  20. I couldn't part with the tin ones either they are keepers. Bring back some really old time memories.........

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  21. Hey Pam, just wanted you to know that when I kept some of my 3 boy's toys I thought it was a bit dingly, but the time went by so fast and now the grandkids love the leggos, transformers and dinosaurs. Love your blog and your sense of humour. Deb Hunt, Fresno, CA
    www.drinkingpinkstars.blogspot.com

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