Vintage Fisher-Price Toys

Another very well known Fisher-Price toy is the music box. In the event that you were conceived in the 60’s-80’s you probably had no less than one. Am I right?

Today on Fisher-Price Fridays I enjoy another reprieve from the Little People to demonstrate to you our gathering of music boxes. Two of these wonders are really from my adolescence. The other two were from eBay and an old-fashioned store.

In the first place up the Music Box Teaching Clock — It was made between 1968–1983. This stunning clock is a youth toy of mine. It is a bit beat up and notwithstanding missing the best handle, yet regardless it works! The yellow short and long hands of the clock can be moved physically by the handle in the front. The sun and moon dial move day and night when the music plays. As the clock circumvents it demonstrates kids doing diverse exercises that they’d do amid that time.

There are flawless lithographs on each side of the clock demonstrating the time.

The back of the clock has the dial to twist it up and more pictures of how to read a clock. At the best, there is a charming little-winged animal ringing the school ringer.

The music box plays the tune “Pendulum’s Clock” in time with a “tick-tock” sound as the clock hands go around. The front has an illustration of an educator respecting her understudies (and a little pooch) into school. It is a flawless music box and I was excited to have the capacity to impart it to my little girls.

This next one is the Giant Screen Music Box TV — It was made between 1967–1983. This was our latest landing, a Christmas present for my child from her grandparents. The case plays two distinct tunes and has two unique pictures that look crosswise over as they play. It has a 7-inch screen and two handles on the front. One handle winds the container and alternate make a fun clicking sound.

It plays the tunes “London Bridge” and “Line Row Your Boat”. There are lithographs on each favor adorable pictures. The base of the crate is wood albeit later they changed to plastic.

Later versions of the music box television did not have a sticker on the highest point of the case.

Next up is the Music Box Clock Radio — The clock radio was made between 1971–1984. It is made out of all plastic. The clock has two versatile arms with an hour hand that moves if the youngster winds the moment hand the distance around, much the same as a genuine clock! My clock isn’t the most seasoned version since it has three recognizable contrasts from the soonest ones. It doesn’t have a red edge day and night confront cover, the blue dot is plastic and it has two bolts on the dial. The first tickers had the edge, wood dabs, and just a single bolt. Ok, the little subtle elements of vintage Fisher Price toys.

The music box plays “Hickory Dickory Dock” and has an entertaining lithograph on the back with the expressions of the melody.

To wrap things up is the Twinkle Little Star Pocket Radio — This radio was just made in 1977. There is an earlier Twinkle Pocket Radio, which was made between 1967–1971. The principal distinction being the lithograph on the back. This clock is additionally a youth toy of mine and was made at the time of my introduction to the world. It has survived these ah-trim numerous years and I adore that my girl gets the chance to play with it as well!

As the title gives away, this music box plays Twinkle little star. As the melody plays pictures of creatures rotate past the little screen. The back has a lithograph of a bunny, squirrel, turtle, mouse and feathered creature. The prior release had pictures of youngsters with their canine.

The Fisher-Price music boxes are engaging toys and make magnificent augmentations to our “gathering”.

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