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Offline Blippo

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Childhood toys
« on: Tuesday 15 June 2010, 02:28 am »
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1) Tonka 1985 Made in China 13" doll. Course BLUE hair. Plastic body with movable limbs. Blue eyes. Perhaps made for the bathtub? Perhaps came with a white bathtub of her own?

2) 1990 tag is cutoff purple easter cow that looks like a sheep with a pink bow. 13" or so. Plays the easter bonnet song when you press its hoof. Cowtoons? Cowfoons? Kowtoons?

3) Blonde girl doll. 13"-18". Blue and white checked pj's. White shirt (?) over blue top that says "Happy Baby". Soft body But hard head and hands.  
ID: Happy Baby produced by Horsman

4) what's a bluskin?

5) This is not a doll. Its a circus train about 5 inches tall per car. Engine had a clown dressed in blue. Flat car has a seesaw with two sea lions balancing balls. Cage car has a lion that spins when the train moves. Hard Plastic. I still have the lion and will attempt to get pics this weekend. It says made in China.

6) Boy doll. Got it on christmas 1986. 13"-18". Brown hair and cute blue eyes with freckles. White shirt and red jacket with a train in the corner. Jeans and white shoes.

7) Another non-doll. A toddlers plastic circus truck with an elephant on the side. When you use a red key up pops another layer with a sea lion. Use a blue key and another layer with some animal, and then the yellow key reveals a clown riding on top of the truck.
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Re: Childhood toys
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 15 June 2010, 01:28 pm »
Could 6) The boy doll be Timmy Tears (Tiny's brother)???? Is a he drink and wet?  ???

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Re: Childhood toys
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 15 June 2010, 11:42 pm »
Nope, not it. I went up to my mom's attic today and found him. His head says Gata Toy Ltd. He's just a normal plastic head doll on a soft body. No special features or talents. Not even open and close eyes.

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Re: Childhood toys
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 16 June 2010, 03:09 am »
Is number three Horsman Happy Baby?

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Re: Childhood toys
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 16 June 2010, 11:35 am »
Yes it is! I've don't remember it looking as nice as that picture. Me and my older sister played with it so much it was a lovely shade of grey.

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Re: Childhood toys
« Reply #5 on: Saturday 26 June 2010, 10:58 pm »
I found my circus truck! I found it for $1 at a thrift store yesterday. Its by Unimax. Missing keys and clown on top, but still works without the keys if you just turn the buttons.





Also, I think the blue haired doll might be a Tonka Bathing Beauty but I can't find any info other than that the line exists.

 

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