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    • Academy Plastic Model

    • Academy Plastic Model Co., Ltd

      Academy Plastic Model Co., Ltd. (hangul:아카데미과학주식회사) is a Korean plastic model, chemical, and toy company. It is headquartered in Uijeongbu-Si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea and was established on September 1, 1969. It holds three headquarters: in Seoul, Korea; Gelsenkirchen, Germa ... Read »


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    • ActiMates

    • ActiMates are a discontinued series of interactive toys released by Microsoft in September 1997, which are in the form of licensed dolls which can interact with many episodes of their respective television series from 1997-2000 or on special ActiMates-compatible VHS videocassettes and special computer games. Microsoft ... Read »


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    • Airgamboys

    • Airgamboys is a Spanish brand of miniature figures, manufactured by the toy company Airgam since 1976. Similar to toys like Playmobil, Madelman, or Geyperman, Airgamboys consisted of various series, including: ... Read »


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    • Angel Cat Sugar

    • Angel Cat Sugar is the name of a fictional feline character created by Yuko Shimizu in 2002. The character is a white female kitten with a crown on her head and angel wings on her back and is from the fictional Angel World. Merchandise depicting the character includes products such as plush dolls, lunch boxes, towels, ... Read »


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    • Applause (toy company)

    • Applause Inc. was a company that produced stuffed toys and collectible figurines. The company produced licensed toys from Warner Bros., Disney, and Jim Henson's Muppets. Its principal subsidiaries included Dakin Inc. and International Tropic-Cal Inc. The Applause brand survives as part of Russ Berrie. The company ... Read »


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    • Aquadoodle

    • Aquadoodle is an activity drawing toy primarily for preschool aged children. The patented invention is based on a hydrochromic ink which causes color change when the user draws with a water filled pen. The user's drawings will remain for several minutes before gradually disappearing. The hydrochromic ink technology wa ... Read »


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    • Artlist Collection: The Dog and Friends

    • Artlist Collection: The Dog and Friends (better known as The Dog and Friends; stylized as "Artlist Collection: The DOG and Friends") is a franchise created by Artlist in Japan in 2000. Initially known as Artlist Collection: The Dog, the franchise began as collection of calendars and postcards of dogs photographed with ... Read »


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    • Atlantic (company)

    • Atlantic was an Italian toy manufacturing company based in Treviglio from 1966 to 1984. In the 1970s it became widely popular both in Italy and in Europe as a producer of 1:32- and HO-scale toy soldiers. The original Atlantic company ceased to exist in 1984; in the late 1990s, the "Atlantic" brand and logo were acquire ... Read »


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    • Automodello

    • Automodello is a manufacturer of resin-cast hand-built models in a variety of scales. The company is headquartered in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Automodello was started by James Cowen who released the inaugural model, a 1964 Griffith Series 200 in 2010 at the prestigious Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance where it wa ... Read »


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    • Barclay Manufacturing Company

    • The Barclay Manufacturing Company was an American metal toy company based in New Jersey that specialised in diecast toy cars and hollowcast toy soldiers. Due to their common purchase at five and dime stores, collectors refer to Barclay's toy soldiers as "Dimestore soldiers". Barclay Manufacturing was formed by Leo ... Read »


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    • Baseball Talk

    • Baseball Talk was a set of 164 "talking" baseball cards that were released by Topps Baseball Card Company and the LJN Corporation during the spring of 1989. Each card featured a plastic disk affixed to the back of an oversized baseball card. When placed in the SportsTalk player the cards would play two to three minutes ... Read »


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    • Bayko

    • Bayko was an English building model construction toy invented by Charles Plimpton, an early plastics engineer and entrepreneur in Liverpool. First marketed in Britain it was soon exported throughout the British Commonwealth and became a world wide brand between 1934 and 1967. The name derived from Bakelite, one of the ... Read »


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    • Bburago

    • Bburago

      BBurago is a diecast metal brand of toy model cars. Originally the company was based in Burago di Molgora, Italy, where all products were made from 1976 to 2005. At its most popular, Bburago's main competition were Politoys and Maisto, the latter of which was to become dominant in the 1:18 market segment around 2000. B ... Read »


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    • Benbros

    • Benbros (London) Ltd was a British toy company in existence from 1953 to 1965. The company was founded by two brothers, Jack and Nathan Beneson, the name a contraction of "Beneson Brothers" and were based at 145 Gosport Road Walthamstow. Benbros produced- Timpo Toys sold several of their moulds to Benbros that leads ... Read »


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    • Big Loo

    • Big Loo was a toy robot manufactured by Louis Marx and Company for the 1963 Christmas holiday season. It retailed for $9.99. The toy, primarily made of injection molded hi-impact polystyrene parts, stood three-feet tall (37-inches), a foot wide, and nine inches deep. Its key features included a sight scope with cross- ... Read »


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    • Big Mouth Billy Bass

    • Big Mouth Billy Bass is an animatronic singing prop, representing a largemouth bass, invented on December 31, 1998, sold in January 1999, and popular in the early 2000s. The fish is made of latex rubber with a plastic mechanical skeleton inside of it; at first glance, it appears to be a mounted game fish. The product w ... Read »


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    • Bobby Car

    • A Bobby Car is a toy car designed for children from the age of around two. The Classic model is red, made of plastic and is about 60 cm long and 40 cm high. It has four wheels. The car has been produced by the BIG company since 1972 at sites in Fürth and Burghaslach in Germany. After the death of the Bobby Car ... Read »


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    • Boyds Bears

    • Boyds Bears is a line of collectible resin and stuffed teddy bears being sold at The Boyds Bears Store http://www.TheBoydsBearsStore.com Boyds was acquired in 2008 by Enesco whom in 2014 announced the company had "made the difficult strategic decision to place Boyds into hibernation". This announcement was communicated ... Read »


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    • Brave series

    • The Brave series (勇者シリーズ, YÅ«sha shirÄ«zu?) is a toy and animation franchise that began after toy company Takara had ended the animated "Generation One" storyline of Transformers in Japan. Following a decline in the series' popularity that led to the cancellation of the OVA series Tran ... Read »


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    • Britains

    • Britains, earlier known by the founder's name W. Britain, is a toy company known for its diecast lead soldiers. The company, however, with its factory in London, also diversified into other associated toys such as diecast zamac military trucks, agriculture and commercial vehicles, and toy automobiles. The W. Brita ... Read »


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    • Britains Deetail

    • Britains Deetail toy soldiers were a popular product for retail stores in England in the 1970s and 1980s. Manufactured in England by W. Britain, they were plastic figures on Zamak metal bases; an idea to keep the soldiers from falling down. In the early 1990s production moved to China. Britains still manufacture some ... Read »


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    • Brumm

    • Brumm is a collectible model company that makes diecast metal automobiles and horse-drawn carriages. It is based in Oltrona di San Mamette, southwest of Lake Como, Italy - about 25 miles northwest of Milan (Johnson 1998, 32–33). Models are almost exclusively produced in 1:43 scale. Veteran collector and U.S. ... Read »


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    • Budgie Toys

    • Morestone, which later changed its name to the more well-known Budgie Toys, was an English diecast toy distributor and then manufacturer based in London. The company first specialised in horse-drawn carriages and coaches. It later made a wide variety of miniature cars and trucks. Vehicles were about Matchbox size, thou ... Read »


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    • Buzz Bee Toys

    • Buzz Bee Toys is an American/Hong Kong toy company known for competing with Hasbro's Nerf toy line. First released in 2003, Water Warriors is a line of pressurized water guns, similar to earlier Super Soaker blasters. The blasters are technically the most powerful water guns sold today, though it has been proven t ... Read »


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    • Chad Valley (toy brand)

    • Chad Valley is a long-established brand of toys in the United Kingdom owned by Home Retail Group. The company has its roots in a printing business established by Anthony Bunn Johnson in Birmingham in the early 19th century. Under the management of his son Joseph and grandson Alfred the company moved to the suburb of H ... Read »


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    • Chicco

    • Chicco

      Chicco (Italian pronunciation: [ˈkikːo]) is a brand of Artsana, that's been working for over 50 years in the field of children's products, and is now present in more than 120 countries worldwide. Chicco was founded in 1958 by Cavaliere del Lavoro Pietro Catelli who wanted to celebrate the birth of his fir ... Read »


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    • Cinema of Fear

    • Cinema Of Fear was a toy line of action figures, plush dolls, "screen grab" dioramas, and limited edition toys based on New Line's horror franchises: Friday the 13th, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Rob Zombie's Halloween II remake. Series 1 (Fall 2007) Series 2 (Spring 2008) Series ... Read »


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    • Cleversticks

    • Cleversticks is a plastic construction toy manufactured in the UK. The original design manufactured in polypropylene used sticks with pairs of jaws on each end and rings, the jaws connect onto the body of the sticks or rings, The jaws also connected the sticks end to end. The resulting toy was best suited to young chi ... Read »


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    • Colorforms

    • Colorforms

      Colorforms, is a type of creative toy named for the simple shapes and forms cut from colored vinyl sheeting that cling to a smooth backing surface without adhesives. These pieces are used to create picture graphics and designs, which can then be changed countless times by re-positioning the removable color forms. The n ... Read »


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    • Conrad Models

    • Conrad GmbH (previously Gescha) is a German manufacturer of diecast scale models primarily in 1:50 scale for use both as toys and promotional models by heavy equipment manufacturers. Conrad is one of the few European diecast companies which have not outsourced production to China or elsewhere in Asia (Conrad Scale 2004 ... Read »


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    • Convertors

    • The Convertors were a line of action figures manufactured by Select in the 1980s. Often compared to the more famous Gobots and Transformers, the Convertors were a line of toys which came out at about the same time and featured robots who changed form. The Convertors licensed some of their toy designs from Bandai ... Read »


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    • Corgi Toys

    • Corgi Toys

      Corgi Toys (trademark) is the name of a range of die-cast toy vehicles produced by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd. in the United Kingdom. The Mettoy (Metal Toy) company was founded in 1933 by German émigré Philip Ullmann in Northampton, England, where he was later joined by South African-born German Arthur Katz, who had pr ... Read »


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    • Cox Models

    • Cox Models, a former division of Estes Industries of Penrose, Colorado, was a multimillion-dollar hobby company, is one of the hobby industry's oldest companies and is noted for its production of miniature model internal-combustion engines. This company, originally named The L. M. Cox Manufacturing Co, Inc., was found ... Read »


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    • Crescent Toys

    • Crescent Toys was a British toy manufacturing company in operation from 1922 to 1980. It manufactured lead [hollow-cast] figures and animals, die cast metal vehicles, toy guns,hollow cast and later plastic figures and toy soldiers of various historical periods. The firm was founded by Henry Eagles and Arthur Schneider ... Read »


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    • Dinky Toys

    • Dinky

      Dinky Toys are die-cast zamac miniature vehicles that were produced by Meccano Ltd. They were made in England from 1934 to 1979, at a factory in Binns Road in Liverpool. Dinky Toys were among the most popular diecast vehicles ever made predating other popular diecast marques, including Corgi, Matchbox, and Mattel's Hot ... Read »


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    • Domino Rally

    • Domino Rally was a toy product manufactured by Pressman Toys in the late 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s and began being sold by Goliath Games in 2012. It was originally named "Domino Track" and designed by Jason Carroll, a 16-year-old boy, assisted by his father. The design was submitted to American Idea Management (AIM ... Read »


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    • Dragon Models Limited

    • Dragon Models Limited

      Dragon Models Limited (Dragon or DML for short) is a Hong-Kong-based manufacturer of plastic model kits, diecast models and military action figures. Founded in 1987, the company shares distribution agreements with Revell/Monogram, Revell Germany and Italeri in Europe, and Hasegawa and GSI in Japan. Dragon was esta ... Read »


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    • Dugu Miniautotoys

    • Dugu Miniautotoys was a brand of diecast metal models, mostly in 1:43 scale, made in Varallo Sesia, Vercelli Province, Piedmont, Italy, north of Turin and west of Lake Orto. The company made models for the Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia Automobile Museum in Turin (Museo dell'automobile Carlo Biscaretti di Ruffia, Torino). ... Read »


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    • Dulcop

    • Dulcop is an Italian company created in 1957 in Bologna which manufactures toys, soap bubble products, character figures, and premium figures for several companies such as Kinder Surprise. The company manufactured a variety of plastic toy soldiers until 1995 such as Robin Hood, Zorro, Tarzan, cowboys, knights, Napoleo ... Read »


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    • Dyna-Flytes

    • Dyna-Flites – note correct spelling and use of the hyphen – was a brand of die-cast toy model airplanes sold in the 1970s, '80s and '90s by Zee Toys of California. The line was part of a series of Dyna die-cast products that included toy cars, construction vehicles, bikes and tanks. The Dyna-Flites range incl ... Read »


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    • Efsi Toys

    • Efsi was a Dutch company making diecast cars and trucks starting in 1959 under the Bestbox name. The company could be considered the Matchbox Toys of the Netherlands, but its origins and purpose as a government sponsored employer was far less commercial than other toy manufacturers. Efsi was based in Heerlen, the Nethe ... Read »


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    • Elastolin

    • Elastolin is a trademark used by the German company O&M Hausser (O&M Haußer) for the toy soldiers and other types of figures it manufactured from composite material and later from plastic. The Hausser firm was founded in 1904 by Christian Hausser and his sons Otto and Max. The factory was situated in Ludwigsburg nea ... Read »


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    • Eldran series

    • The Eldran series (エルドランシリーズ, Erudoran shirÄ«zu?) is a toy and animation franchise begun by toy company Tomy in Japan. Tomy struck a cooperative deal with the animation studio Sunrise (known for its mecha series, most notably Gundam) to develop the new franchise to sell th ... Read »


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    • Ertl Company

    • The Ertl Company is an American toy company best known for its die-cast metal alloy collectible replicas (or scale models) of farm equipment and vehicles. The company is based in Dyersville, Iowa, home of the National Farm Toy Museum. In the 1990s, Ertl also began production in Mexico and laid off employees of the orig ... Read »


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    • J. K. Farnell

    • John Kirby Farnell or J. K. Farnell was a London company which manufactured the first British teddy bear in 1906. Founded in Notting Hill, the firm was started in 1840 by a silk merchant, John Kirby Farnell, and made items such as pin cushions and tea cosies. After Farnell's death, his children, Henry and Agnes, c ... Read »


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    • FemiSapien

    • FemiSapien is a female humanoid robot that WowWee announced at CES in January 2008. It can respond to sight, sound, and touch and can be programmed with a sequence of movements. At CES 2008 an estimated release date of late summer and $99 MSRP were given, and was being sold for $89.99 in 2009. Dimensions: ... Read »


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    • Fisher-Price

    • Fisher-Price, Inc.

      Fisher-Price is an American company that produces toys for children, headquartered in East Aurora, New York. Fisher-Price has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Mattel since 1993. Founded in 1930 by Herman Fisher, Irving Price, Price's illustrator-artist wife Margaret Evans Price, and Helen Schelle, the name Fisher ... Read »


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    • Four Horsemen Studios

    • Four Horsemen Toy Design Studios

      Four Horsemen Studios is a collectible figure design studio and manufacturer, specializing in creating sculptures of toys and action figures. The company was founded in the late 1990s as a contractor to Mattel, and have since grown to an independent studio creating their own line of figures as well as manufacturing thi ... Read »


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    • Franklin Mint Precision Models

    • Franklin Mint Precision Models were made by the Franklin Mint, originally a private mint founded by Joseph Segel in 1964 in Wawa, Pennsylvania. The company is now owned by a private equity firm headquartered in Midtown Manhattan New York City and Exton, Pennsylvania. Besides diecast automobiles, the Franklin Mint manuf ... Read »


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    • Funskool

    • Funskool (India) Ltd.

      Funskool (India) Ltd. is an Indian toy manufacturing company founded in 1987 with headquarters in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Apart from its own brands, the company also manufactures and distributes products in the Indian market under license from foreign toy brands including Hasbro, Lego, Disney, Warner Bros., Takara Tomy, a ... Read »


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    • Galaxy Serie

    • Galaxy Serie was a science fiction themed toy line produced by Italian company Atlantic from 1978 to the early 1980s. It was commercialized in several European countries, including Italy, France, and Greece. The toy line comprised a series of action figures and a set of vehicles, as well as a chess-inspired board game ... Read »


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    • Gamda Koor Sabra

    • Gamda Koor, also known as Sabra was an Israeli diecast toy company that specialized in 1:43 scale cars. Most of these seem to have been original offerings, not seen elsewhere and not secondary tooling. The toy company Cragstan marketed Gamda Sabras as "Detroit Juniors" for the American Market. Gamda was a toy bran ... Read »


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    • Gamewright Games

    • Gamewright Games is a Board game publishing company founded in 1994. Among its publications are Forbidden Island, Loot, Forbidden Desert and Sushi Go. ... Read »


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    • Gund

    • GUND Manufacturing Company

      GUND is a manufacturer of plush stuffed animals. The company is based in Edison, New Jersey, and distributes throughout the United States and Canada as well as in Europe, Japan, Australia, and South America. GUND is currently run by third generation family owner Bruce Raiffe whose grandfather Jacob Swedlin purchased th ... Read »


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    • Gurglin Gutz

    • Gurglin Gutz was a toy consisting of a colorful, stylized, rubber human organ, either a brain, heart, stomach, or eyeball, immersed in a red fluid and enclosed in a thin latex ball film. The toy produced guttural gurgling and bubbling noises when squeezed, as the liquid pulsated in the rubber organ's many cavities and ... Read »


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    • Hama beads

    • A bead is a small, decorative object that is formed in a variety of shapes and sizes of a material such as stone, bone, shell, glass, plastic, wood or pearl and with a small hole for threading or stringing. Beads range in size from under 1 millimetre (0.039 in) to over 1 centimetre (0.39 in) in diameter. A pair o ... Read »


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    • Hamilton Invaders

    • Hamilton Invaders

      The Hamilton's Invaders was a 1964 series of plastic toys of giant insect type monsters, toy soldiers and vehicles. The toyline was conceived and marketed by Remco on television during the early 1960s, inspired by the giant insect (see List of natural horror films) genre that were popular from the 1950s, that were in r ... Read »


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    • Hasbro

    • Hasbro, Inc.

      Hasbro, Inc. (an abbreviation of its original name, Hassenfeld Brothers) /ˈhæzbroʊ/ is an American multinational toy and board game company. Hasbro is the third largest toy maker in the world with revenues of approximately $4.45 billion. Hasbro acquired the trademarks and products of Kenner, Parker Brothers an ... Read »


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    • Hello Kitty

    • Hello Kitty

      Hello Kitty (Japanese: ハロー・キティ, Hepburn: Harō Kiti?), (full name: Kitty White (キティ・ホワイト, Kiti Howaito?)) is a fictional character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio, created by Yuko Shimizu and currently designed by Yuko Yamaguchi. She i ... Read »


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    • Herpa

    • Herpa Miniaturmodelle GMBH

      Herpa, or Herpa Miniaturmodelle GmbH, is a German manufacturer of die-cast model aircraft under the Herpa Wings trademark and plastic car models under the Herpa Cars & Trucks trademark. The mainstay of the Herpa Wings range is in the 1/500 scale, although models are also produced in the 1/400, 1/200, and 1/1000 scales ... Read »


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    • Herpa Wings

    • Herpa Wings

      Herpa Wings are die-cast model airplanes trademark under Herpa of Germany. The collection includes 250 airlines under 17 different aircraft manufacturers in 1,200 versions. The mainstay of Herpa Wings is in the 1:500 scale, while model airliners are also produced in the 1:400, 1:200, 1:1000, and 1:160 scales. Herpa Win ... Read »


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    • Hot Toys

    • Hot Toys LTD

      Hot Toys Limited is a Hong Kong-based production house for designing, developing, and manufacturing highly detailed collectible merchandise to worldwide markets. Established in 2000, the company initially focused on producing 1:6 scale U.S. military special forces action figures before transitioning to production of hi ... Read »


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    • Hot Wheels

    • Hot Wheels

      Hot Wheels is a brand of 1:64, 1:43, 1:18 and 1:50 scale die-cast toy cars introduced by American toy maker Mattel in 1968. It was the primary competitor of Matchbox until 1997, when Mattel bought Tyco Toys, then-owner of Matchbox. Many automobile manufacturers have licensed Hot Wheels to make scale models of their ca ... Read »


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    • Husky Toys

    • Husky was a brand name for a line of small die-cast toy vehicles manufactured by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd. of Swansea, Wales, which also made the larger Corgi Toys. Husky Models was re-branded Corgi Juniors in 1970, and a further range called Corgi Rockets was developed to race on track sets. The Husky line, introduce ... Read »


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    • IZ (toy)

    • The Zizzle iZ is an electronic musical toy released in September 2005 from Zizzle. Taking the shape of an abstract tripod humanoid figure, the iZ allows users to interactively manipulate music by twisting particular parts of the figure's body as well as add sound effects to prerecorded sound from a connected audio devi ... Read »


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    • Jewelpet

    • Jewelpet

      Jewelpet (Japanese: ジュエルペット, Hepburn: Juerupetto?) is a Japanese media franchise and toy line created in 2008 as a joint venture between Sanrio and Sega Sammy Holdings, produced by the third character designer of Hello Kitty, Yuko Yamaguchi and illustrated by the character designer of ... Read »


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    • Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama

    • Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama

      Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama (Japanese: かみさまみならい ヒミツのここたま?, Hepburn: Kamisama minarai Himitsu no Kokotama, "Cocotama: Secret Apprentice Gods") is a Fantasy Slice of Life anime series produced by OLM, Inc., based on the Cocotama Hou ... Read »


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    • Kapla

    • Kapla is a construction set for children and adults. The set consists only of identical wood planks measuring 11.7 cm x 2.34 cm x 0.78 cm. This 15:3:1 ratio of length:width:thickness is better than more traditionally proportioned building blocks (such as unit blocks) at building features such as lintels, roofs ... Read »


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    • KEVA Planks

    • KEVA Planks are cuboid wooden block toys for children and adults. Each block is sized approximately 1/4 inch(6,35 mm) x 3/4 inch(19,05 mm) x 4 1/2 inch (114,3 mm). The blocks are available for sale in maple, that is produced in the United States, and less expensive imported pine versions. A number of museums have KEVA ... Read »


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    • Kitty in My Pocket

    • Kitty in My Pocket is a collection of small toy cat figurines that was first released in 1994 by Vivid Imaginations. As well the toys being sold individually in blind packets they were also sold in blister-packaged groups and large playsets. In 2007 the line was re-released by Corinthian Marketing/MEG Toys with the sam ... Read »


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    • Koosh ball

    • Koosh

      The Koosh ball is a toy ball made of rubber filaments (strings) attached to a soft rubber core. Its patent was granted in 1988 to Scott H. Stillinger. The company later expanded their product line to include 50 other Koosh-related products, including keyrings, baseball sets, and yo-yos. The number of Koosh balls sold i ... Read »


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    • Koosh Kins

    • The Koosh Kins were a variation on the popular Koosh ball, featuring faces and hands. They were originally created as a set of six characters, then released with variant colors. The characters were featured in a four-part comic book mini-series released by Archie Comics, as well as a series of coloring books. In that ... Read »


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    • Kota the triceratops

    • Kota the Triceratops is an animatronic toy dinosaur made by Hasbro and Playskool. It is modeled after a triceratops, and intended for children aged 3 to 6. The toy debuted at the New York Toy Fair in February 2008, building on the reception of Ugobe's earlier Pleo robotic dinosaur toy, and went on sale in October 2008 ... Read »


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    • Lamaze Infant Development System

    • Lamaze Infant Development System is a line of baby toys belonging to Takara Tomy, which acquired the former owner, RC2 Corporation and its subsidiary Learning Curve Brands, in 2011. The name Lamaze is licensed by Lamaze International, a Washington, D.C. based nonprofit organization. The toys are developed in collaborat ... Read »


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    • Legendz

    • Legendz

      Legendz (レジェンズ, Rejenzu?) is a Media Franchise series created by Bandai and WiZ in 2003. The franchise began with a manga created by Rin Hirai and illustrated by Makoto Haruno, first serialized in Shueisha's Monthly Shōnen Jump in Japan, and the manga is published in English by Viz Media in ... Read »


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    • Lima (models)

    • Lima S.p.A (Lima Models) was a brand of railway models made in Vicenza, Italy, for almost 50 years, from the early 1950s until the company ceased trading in 2004. Lima was a popular, affordable brand of 00 gauge and N gauge model railway material in the UK, more detailed H0 and N gauge models in France, Germany, Italy, ... Read »


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    • Lintoy

    • Lintoy was a brand of die cast toys produced in the 1970s and 1980s from Hong Kong, owned by a man named David Lin. Known for their die-cast airplanes, which included both military and commercial airline (such as Braniff International and American Airlines) editions, the line also produced die-cast cars and toy tool s ... Read »


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    • List of model car brands

    • This page lists model car brand names past and present. The list is inclusive with slush mold, tinplate, pressed steel, diecast zamac, white metal, plastic and resin models and toys from all over the world. A few are even made of crystal, glass, wood, coal or other materials. Some of the brands here are more toy-like a ... Read »


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    • Littlest Pet Shop

    • Littlest Pet Shop (also known as LPS) is a toy franchise and cartoon series owned by Hasbro. The original toy series was produced by Kenner in the early 1990s. An animated television series was made in 1994 by Sunbow Productions and Jean Chalopin Creativite et Developpement, based on the franchise. A new version of Li ... Read »


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    • Lledo

    • Lledo was a brand of die cast toys, founded in 1982 by Matchbox co-founder Jack Odell and Burt Russell (Co-founder 2007). The factory produced diecast vehicles in Enfield, England from 1983 to 1999. Models were later made in China. Lledo was a reversal of Odell's own surname, a mnemonic device from war days in the Afri ... Read »


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    • Lone Star Toys

    • Lone Star Products Ltd. was the brand name used by the British company Die Cast Machine Tools Ltd (DCMT) for its toy products. DCMT was based in Welham Green, Hertfordshire, north of London. Starting as early as 1939, DCMT manufactured die cast toys for children. The 'Lone Star' name was chosen because of a demand ... Read »


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    • Madballs

    • Madballs

      Madballs is a series of toy rubber balls originally created by AmToy, a subsidiary company of American Greetings in the mid-1980s, later being revived by Art Asylum (2007-2008) and Just Play, Inc. (2017–present). The toys incorporated gross-out humor in the vein of Wacky Packages and Garbage Pail Kids. Each ball h ... Read »


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    • Maisto

    • Maisto International, Inc.

      Maisto International Inc. is a global toy brand marketed worldwide and part of the May Cheong Group. Though the brand is now headquartered in California, its origins and main company are in Hong Kong. Maisto mainly manufactures die-cast models of automobiles, aircraft, and motorcycles. The company has manufactured a nu ... Read »


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    • Majorette (toy manufacturer)

    • Majorette is a French toy manufacturer which mostly produces small die-cast cars and other construction and military vehicles particularly in 1:64 scale. This is a normal 2.5 to 3 inch size, thus Majorette has sometimes been called the Matchbox Toys of France. Traditionally, production was centered in the urban area of ... Read »


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    • Mamod

    • Mamod (Malins Engineers)

      Mamod is a British toy manufacturer specialising in manufacturing live steam models. The company was founded in 1937 in Birmingham in the UK by Geoffrey Malins. The name is a portmanteau of 'Ma' lins 'Mod' els'. Malins started off making steam engines which were sold under the Hobbies brand name but he soon started sel ... Read »


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    • Manoil Manufacturing Co.

    • Manoil Manufacturing Company was an American metal and plastic toy company that began production in 1935 or 1936, and left the business in 1959. From June 1940 they were located on Providence Street, in Waverly, NY (Tioga County). Its prominence was from 1937-1941 when it produced hollowcast toy soldiers (sometimes cal ... Read »


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    • Martoys

    • Martoys was a diecast toy car company founded close to Milan, Italy, in 1974. It specialized in a series of 1:24 scale metal cars with many opening.features After only two years, the brand name was changed to Bburago, thus Martoys amodels re rather rare. today Martoys was founded by the Besana brothers, Ugo, Marti ... Read »


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    • Matador (toy)

    • Matador is a wooden toy set. The bricks are held together using special wooden sticks. The blocks are precision cut to a single size and shape and are held together with sticks, which assists in the stability of larger constructions. The standard distance between brick holes is 20mm. The blocks are not varnished or tr ... Read »


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    • Matchbox (brand)

    • Matchbox

      Matchbox is a popular toy brand which was introduced by Lesney Products in 1953, and is now owned by Mattel, Inc. The brand was named as the original die-cast Matchbox toys, which were sold in boxes similar in style and size to those in which matches were sold. Subsequently, the brand would encompass a broad range of t ... Read »


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    • Mattel

    • Mattel, Inc.

      Mattel, Inc. (/məˈtɛl/) is an American multinational toy manufacturing company founded in 1945 with headquarters in El Segundo, California. In 2014, it ranked #403 on the Fortune 500 list. The products and brands it produces include Fisher-Price, Barbie dolls, Monster High dolls, Ever After High dolls, Winx Cl ... Read »


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    • Mebetoys

    • Mebetoys was an Italian toy manufacturer that produced die-cast model cars during the 1960s and 1970s. The company was purchased by Mattel in 1969. Mebetoy's main competition in Italy was the earlier trailblazer Mercury, Polistil and the rarer Ediltoys. The Gran Toros website says that Mebetoys was started by the ... Read »


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    • Merrythought

    • Merrythought

      Merrythought is a toy manufacturing company established in 1930 in the United Kingdom. The company specialises in soft toys, especially teddy bears. It is the last remaining British teddy bear factory to still make its products in Britain and is located at Ironbridge in Shropshire. The company's site in Ironbridge has ... Read »


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    • Metosul

    • MetOsul was Portugal's oldest diecast toy manufacturer. The original company was founded in the Atlantic coastal town of Espinho a few miles south of Oporto, in 1931. At its high point it was known for making quality second hand castings of Dinky Toys. Originally called Luso-Celluloide, the company made toy jewelr ... Read »


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    • Mettoy

    • Mettoy Playcraft Ltd was the name of a range of toys manufactured in Northampton and Fforestfach Swansea, between the 1930s and 1980s. The Mettoy (Metal Toy) company was founded in 1933 by German émigré Philip Ullmann and was later joined by South African-born German Arthur Katz who had previously worked for Ulma ... Read »


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    • Micro Machines

    • Micro Machines

      Micro Machines: The Original Scale Miniatures (called either "Micro Machines" or simply "The Micros") are a line of toys originally made by Galoob (now part of Hasbro) in the mid-1980s and throughout the 1990s. Galoob licensed the idea behind Micro Machines from Clem Heeden, an American toy inventor from Wisconsin. Mic ... Read »


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    • Mighty Beanz

    • Mighty Beanz are collectible toys manufactured by Moose Enterprises, a corporation headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. Moose launched Mighty Beanz in the Australian market in 2002; the toy launched in the United States that summer. They are recommended for children 5 years and older. An individual Mighty Bean is a ... Read »


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    • Mijos

    • Mijos are a series of plastic collectible figurines created by David Gonzales. Representing various Chicano Mexican American youth characters, Mijos debuted in 2004 as a spin-off of Gonzales' Homies figures. The Mijos line (like Homies before them) are specifically targeted at Hispanics — in this case, Hispanic ch ... Read »


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    • Minibrix

    • Minibrix were construction kits manufactured from 1935 to 1976 in the UK. Developed in 1935, they enabled children to build their own miniature houses. Like the later and more famous construction toy, Lego, Minibrix consisted primarily of interlocking bricks with moulded studs on the surface, but being invented before ... Read »


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    • Minimates

    • Minimates are a block-styled miniature action figure originally created by Art Asylum in 2002 and now released by Diamond Select Toys. The basic Minimate figure design has a 2" tall body that resembles an extremely simplified human form with 14 points of articulation, higher than average for block figures. Released in ... Read »


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    • Monkgomery

    • Monkgomery

      Monkgomery is a children's puppet. It takes the form of a talking monkey wearing a necktie, released by Hasbro in 1986. The toy is 17" in height and sits at approximately 14" tall. The toy has two Velcro strips on his hands allowing him to be hung from objects. The toy can also function as a cuddle buddy at night and a ... Read »


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    • Muky

    • Muky was an Argentine brand of die-cast toy car models. The brand was popular in Argentina between the 1970s and the 1980s. Most were diecast seconds or knockoffs of early Mattel Hot Wheels. Muky was made by Induguay S.A. "Fabrica de Juguetes Muky" (in Spanish: "Muky Toy Factory"). Established by the DeConti broth ... Read »


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    • My Little Pony

    • My Little Pony

      My Little Pony is an entertainment franchise developed by Hasbro, originally as a toy line for girls. The first toys were developed by Bonnie Zacherle, Charles Muenchinger, and Steve D'Aguanno, and were produced in 1981. The ponies feature colorful bodies, manes and a unique symbol on one or both sides of their flanks. ... Read »


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    • Nelsonic Industries

    • Nelsonic Industries

      Nelsonic Industries was an electronics manufacturing and development company that operated from Long Island City, Queens, New York City in the early 1980s and throughout the 1990s when it was acquired by the watch-manufacturer, M.Z. Berger. Nelsonic produced numerous toy-themed wrist-watches during their existence, oft ... Read »


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    • Norev

    • Norev is a French manufacturer of diecast metal model cars. traditionally based in Villeurbanne, a suburb of Lyon. It has normally produced modern and vintage European vehicles, especially those of French origin - though Italian, German, British, and American vehicles were also produced. Norev's closest competition was ... Read »


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    • Nosco Plastics

    • Nosco Plastics, Inc. (commonly called NOSCO, the mark used on its molded products) was the plastics molding division of National Organ Supply Company created in 1934 to make plastic parts for electric organs and was located at 1701 Gaskell Avenue, Erie, Pennsylvania, 16503. Beginning in 1948 with the implementation of ... Read »


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    • Nutty Mads

    • Nutty Mads are popular monochromatic, injection-molded polymer plastic toy figures originally manufactured in 1963–1964 by the Marx Toy Company. Comically grotesque and minutely detailed, the series was likely inspired by the stylized Kustom Kulture graphics of Ed "Big Daddy" Roth (whose bizarre Rat Fink character ... Read »


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    • NZG Models

    • NZG for Nürnberger Zinkdruckguß-Modelle GmbH (Nuremberg Diecast Models) is a German manufacturer of diecast scale models primarily in 1:50 scale for use both as toys and promotional models mainly by heavy transport and construction equipment manufacturers. As seen in the name, the company is based in Nuremberg, ... Read »


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    • Omnibot

    • The Omnibot (オムニボット) is a toy robot originally manufactured by Tomy in the mid-1980s. The name then came to apply to the successful line of robots manufactured by the company. The initial Omnibot was announced with expectations of restoring popular interest in robots, at a time when it was ... Read »


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    • Outer Space Men

    • Outer Space Men

      The Outer Space Men – also known as the Colorform Aliens – is a group of seven "bendy" action figures (similar to Mattel's Major Matt Mason) produced by the Colorforms Company in 1968, They were designed by toy inventor Mel Birnkrant. The 3.5" to 7" bendable action figures incorporate a pliable metal wire arm ... Read »


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    • Pal Mickey

    • Pal Mickey is a discontinued interactive stuffed toy developed by The Walt Disney Company and previously sold at Walt Disney World. Pal Mickey was discontinued and no new stock is available for purchase as of October 2008. The toy is a ten-inch (26.5 cm) plush model of Mickey Mouse, soft and easy for children to ho ... Read »


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    • The Palermos

    • The Palermos are a series of two-inch plastic collectible figurines created by David Gonzales. Representing an Italian American family and their associates, the Palermos debuted in 2004 as a spin-off of Gonzales' Homies figures. In their fictional world, the Palermo family was once one of New York's most powerful ... Read »


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    • Perler beads

    • A bead is a small, decorative object that is formed in a variety of shapes and sizes of a material such as stone, bone, shell, glass, plastic, wood or pearl and with a small hole for threading or stringing. Beads range in size from under 1 millimetre (0.039 in) to over 1 centimetre (0.39 in) in diameter. A pair o ... Read »


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    • Pillow Pets

    • Pillow Pets

      Pillow Pets are a brand of stuffed toys with Velcro straps that allow them to be changed from a decorated pillow into a stuffed animal. The toys are made from chenille. Invented by Jennifer Telfer in 2003, Pillow Pets first gained success when Telfer personally sold the toys near the Christmas season of that year. They ... Read »


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    • Plasticville

    • Plasticville is a brand of plastic toy train building sold in the United States, made by formerly Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based Bachmann Industries since 1947 (although they were first advertised in 1946). In 1984, Plasticville as well as the entire line was taken over by Kader Industries of Dongguan, China and made ... Read »


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    • Play TV (Radica)

    • Play TV is a series of Interactive handheld TV game systems by Radica. ... Read »


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    • Playart

    • Playart was a toy company owned by Hong Kong industrialist Duncan Tong (唐鼎康) that specialized in die-cast cars, similar in size and style to Hot Wheels, Matchbox or Tomica. Cars were well done, but were often diecast seconds from other companies like Yatming or Tomica. Cars were made from 1965 to 1983 at ... Read »


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    • Playmates Toys

    • Playmates

      Playmates Toys (: 0869) is a Costa Mesa, California toy manufacturer and a subsidiary of Hong Kong-based Playmates Holdings Ltd (: 0635). Founded in 1966, it is best known for their dolls, figurines and action figures, based on popular culture. ... Read »


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    • Pleo

    • PLEO is an animatronic pet dinosaur toy manufactured by Innvo Labs, a company located in Hong Kong and Nevada. The toy has the appearance and (imagined) behavior of a week-old baby Camarasaurus dinosaur. It was designed by Caleb Chung, the co-creator of the Furby, Chung's company Ugobe first sold Pleo and was manufac ... Read »


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    • Pocher

    • Pocher, based in Italy, produced model cars from the 1970s through the 1990s. Arnaldo Pocher () was born in 1911 in Trento, Italy. He trained as a goldsmith engraver and went to work in Turin. In the years following the Second World War he became interested in railway modelling and in 1951 he formed Pocher Micr ... Read »


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    • Polistil

    • Polistil (initially called Politoys) was a toy company headquartered in Milan, Italy, with production center in Chiari, near Brescia. Polistil specialized in diecast metal and plastic vehicles of all sizes. The company also made toy and model tanks, dolls, robots and TV tie-ins. After a 33-year span, and a collaboratio ... Read »


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    • Princess Pring

    • Princess Pring (Hangul: 프린세스 프링; RR: peulinseseu peuling; also known as Princess Pring in the Birthday Kingdom) is a Korean Media franchise created in 2012 by Korean toy company Loco Entertainment. The franchise features the titular character Princess Pring, a Rabbit Girl who cheers ... Read »


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    • Pro-Line

    • Pro-Line Racing is a manufacturer of wheels, tires, accessories and bodies for 1/10-scale on- and offroad radio-controlled cars. The company was founded in 1983 in Beaumont, California, United States and is headquartered there. It quickly established a name for itself as a producer of quality products by capturing sev ... Read »


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    • RAMI by J.M.K.

    • RAMI by J.M.K. was a French company that made diecast collector vehicles mostly of classic French automobiles in 1:43 scale. The cars in the line-up represented actual vehicles in the Automobile Museum of the Château de Rochetaillée sur Saône (Rixon 2005, p. 72). The models were made in Lure, France, from 1 ... Read »


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    • Record Breakers: World of Speed

    • Record Breakers: World of Speed were a line of battery operated Mini 4WD manufactured by Hasbro in the late 1980s to 1990s, originally in Japan and then brought to the US. To promote the toys Hasbro created the "National Association of Record Breakers" and hosted races in shopping malls across the country. A syndicate ... Read »


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    • Remco Showboat

    • The Remco Showboat, less popularly known as the Arthur Showboat Theater Playset, was a toy theatre in the shape and style of the typical Hollywood idea of a showboat - a sternwheeler complete with twin smokestacks, much like the one seen in MGM's 1951 film Show Boat. (Real showboats of the nineteenth and early twentiet ... Read »


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    • RIO Models

    • RIO Models are intricately detailed diecast and plastic 1:43 scale models made in Cernobbio, Italy on Lake Como, by a tool and die company of the same name. Rio started as a sideline business interest to a diecasting company in Cernobbio operated by the Tattarletti family starting about 1961 (Sinclair 1979, p.  ... Read »


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    • Rivarossi

    • Rivarossi is one of the world's most famous Italian manufacturer of model railways. In 2004 it was acquired by Hornby Railways. Rivarossi was founded in 1945 by Alessandro Rossi with a Mr. Riva. In the 1990s Rivarossi acquired Lima (1992), Jouef and Arnold (1997). In 2003 Rivarossi went into receivership. In 2004 ... Read »


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    • Road Champions

    • Road Champions (sometimes called "Road Champs") is a Camden, New Jersey-based model car maker. ... Read »


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    • Roboquad

    • Referred to as "The first true robotic arthropod," Roboquad is one of the 5 robots that WowWee announced at CES in January 2007. It is a 4-legged robot that somewhat resembles a spider and a dog. Also designed by Mark Tilden, the Roboquad, like other WowWee robots, has multiple personalities, awareness of its surroundi ... Read »


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    • Roboraptor

    • Roboraptor is a robotic toy invented by Mark Tilden and distributed by Wow Wee Toys International. It is the successor to the RoboSapien robot and uses motion technology based on realistic biomechanics that give it fluid and natural movements. It has a multi-function remote control that uses infrared technology to talk ... Read »


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    • RoboSapien

    • Robosapien is a toy-like biomorphic robot designed by Mark Tilden and produced by WowWee toys. The Robosapien is preprogrammed with moves, and also can be controlled by an infrared remote control included with the toy, or by either a personal computer equipped with an infrared PDA. The toy's remote control unit has a ... Read »


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    • Sablon diecast

    • Sablon was a Belgian company near Brussels that made diecast zamac toy cars in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Models were mostly in 1:43 scale and were similar in concept to Dinky Toys or Solido. Sablon also negotiated a promotion with Jaques Super Chocolat, a Belgian confectioner, supplying cars with chocolate p ... Read »


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    • Safir (models)

    • Safir, sometimes called Safir Champion was a French company making diecast metal classic veteran and contemporary plastic race cars and other vehicles in the 1960s through the 1970s. It arose out of the previous French toymaker, Jadali. In 1952, a French company called Jadali was started by Léon Gouttman and hi ... Read »


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    • Salter Science

    • Salter Science was brand of science kits sold by Thomas Salter Ltd., a Scotland-based company which manufactured toys and science activity kits for children. Kits included activities with electricity, magnetism and crystal gardens, but the company is probably best known for their chemistry sets. Thomas Salter Ltd. was ... Read »


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    • Sea-Monkeys

    • Sea-Monkeys

      Sea-Monkeys is a brand name for brine shrimp—a group of crustaceans that undergo cryptobiosis—sold in hatching kits as novelty aquarium pets. Developed in the United States in 1957 by Harold von Braunhut, the product was heavily marketed, especially in comic books, and remains a presence in popular culture. M ... Read »


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    • Skannerz

    • Skannerz is a series of electronic toys made by Radica Games that use barcode technology to create an interactive battle game. Radica brand barcodes have the additional feature of being able to act as a healing code in the first 2 iterations of the game. The original Skannerz came in three versions which represent ... Read »


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    • Solido

    • Solido is a French manufacturer of die-cast model cars and trucks based in Oulins, Anet, France, 40 miles west of Paris. Vehicles are usually made of zamac alloy in varying scales, but mostly 1:43. Typically, Solido's main competition in France was Norev, but internationally, Polistil, Corgi Toys, Dinky Toys, Mercury, ... Read »


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    • Sophie the Giraffe

    • Sophie the Giraffe is a teether – a toy for teething infants to chew on – in the form of a 7-inch-high hevea rubber giraffe. The toy has been made in France (as Sophie la Girafe) since 1961, first in Asnières-sur-Oise, near Paris, by Delacoste, then from 1991 by Vulli, based in Rumilly in the French Alps. ... Read »


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    • Stikfas

    • STIKFAS are 3.25 inch (8 cm) model assembly figures/toys made by Stikfas Pte. Ltd, a company based in Singapore. Once assembled they can be customized with stickers (packaged as Stikers) and different pieces from other sets. The design principle behind STIKFAS is that all of the joints are ball/socket, and offer exc ... Read »


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    • Super Imaginative Chogokin

    • Super Imaginative Chogokin (aka S.I.C.) is one of Bandai's popular line-up of die-cast metallic figurines (chogokin) based on the Kamen Rider franchise and other characters created by Shotaro Ishinomori and his production company. The figures are usually modified and differ from its counterpart as seen in the series. I ... Read »


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    • Talk 'n Play


    • Teddy Ruxpin

    • Teddy Ruxpin

      Teddy Ruxpin is an animatronic children's toy in the form of a talking bear. The bear's mouth and eyes moved while "reading" stories that were played on an audio tape cassette deck built into its back. It was created by Ken Forsse with later assistance by Larry Larsen and John Davies, and the first version of the toy w ... Read »


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    • Tekno (toy manufacturer)

    • Tekno is a toy maker from Copenhagen, Denmark, that began manufacturing construction toys in 1928 and model autos immediately after World War II, selling 1 million a year during its peak (Dickson 2006; Tekno Dansk 1953). While begun as a toy company, the focus later shifted to promotional truck models as adult collecti ... Read »


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    • Tenyo

    • Tenyo Co., Ltd. (株式会社テンヨー?) is a toy manufacturer based in Tokyo, Japan. They specialize in magical goods and jigsaw puzzles. The name of the company originates from the founder's father, Shokyokusai Tenyo, who was a magician. Tenyo is also a well known mapper and player of the g ... Read »


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    • Timpo

    • Timpo Toys was an English toy company created in 1938 by Sally Gawrylovitz (born in Frankfurt 1907, died September 28, 2000), also known as Ally Gee. A Jewish refugee from Germany, he started as Toy Importers Company known as TIMPO in 1938. The company manufactured various toys out of wood, bakelite and composition unt ... Read »


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    • Tiny Love

    • Tiny Love is a brand of soft developmental toys and developmental activity gyms for infants and children. In 1993, Tiny Love introduced a product called the "Gymini", a portable, collapsible sensory environment for floor playtime for small babies. This has become very popular, and is their flagship product. The brand ... Read »


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    • TootsieToy

    • Tootsietoy is a manufacturer of die cast toy cars and other toy vehicles which was originally based in Chicago, Illinois. Though the Tootsietoy name has been used since the 1920s, the company's origins date from about 1890. An enduring marque, Toys with the Tootsietoy name were consistently popular from the 1930s throu ... Read »


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    • TOSY

    • TOSY (TOSY Robotics) is a company from Vietnam that specializes in designing and manufacturing robots and smart toys. Founded in 2004, TOSY’s products are now available in more than 60 countries worldwide and have been registered for patent, copyright and trademark in all these countries. Its current commercial pr ... Read »


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    • Traxxas

    • Traxxas

      Traxxas is a radio control model manufacturer based in McKinney, Texas, United States. Traxxas offers electric and nitro powered vehicles (on-road and off-road), boats, and aircraft for drivers of all skill levels. Traxxas' slogan is "The Fastest Name In Radio Control". Traxxas was founded in 1986, with the goal o ... Read »


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    • TT Toys Toys

    • TT Toys Toys SRL are an Italian manufacturer of children’s pedal and electric ride on cars. They have a factory near Milan and specialise in the manufacture of licensed replica cars for children. Alberto Burratti, Luigi Vezzoli, Carlo Boselli and Pietro Pandini founded Toys Toys in 1978 in Tribiano near Milan ... Read »


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    • Upsy Downsy

    • Upsy Downsy is a brand developed by Mattel. It concerns two races of strange beings, one that lives rightside-up (The Upsys), the other upside-down (The Downsys). These psychedelic creatures and their fantasy world were featured in a short-lived line of colorful toys and story books for young children in 1969. The ... Read »


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    • VEB Plasticart

    • VEB Plasticart was a model and toy manufacturer established in 1958 in Zschopau, East Germany. VEB Plasticart produced around 40 different kits and a few games (e.g. the mancala game "Badari") made of plastic. Most kits were static models and used scale 1/100 for airliners, 1/50 and later 1/72 for smaller aircraft. Th ... Read »


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    • Vitesse Models

    • Vitesse was started in 1982 as a Portuguese company making diecast cars mostly in 1:43 scale. It was founded in the city of Oporto and is a brand name of Cinerius, Ltd. Because of detail and realism of the models, Vitesse gained increasing popularity in the late 1980s and 1990s (Richardson 1999, p. 173). Models we ... Read »


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    • Welly (toy company)

    • Welly Die Casting Factory Limited is a manufacturer of die-cast toy cars and has been in the scale model business since 1979. The company's factories, built a few years ago, are located in Guangdong Province, China, and employ over 3000 workers. At the beginning of the 1980s, Welly mainly produced die-cast toy cars r ... Read »


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    • Wentworth Wooden Puzzles

    • Wentworth Wooden Jigsaw Co.

      www.jigsaws.co.uk UK Website www.jigsaws.co.uk US & Worldwide website The Wentworth Wooden Jigsaw Company (also known as Wentworth Wooden Puzzles) manufactures jigsaw puzzles with 'whimsical' shaped pieces reflecting the theme of the image portrayed on the puzzle. It was founded in 1994 by Kevin Wentworth Preston and ... Read »


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    • Wooly Willy

    • Wooly Willy is a toy in which metal filings are moved about with a magnetic wand to add features to a cartoon face. The toy was originally manufactured in Smethport, Pennsylvania and was launched on the toy market in 1955. It remains in production as of 2016. Funny Face, Brunette Betty, and Dapper Dan were similar toy ... Read »


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    • Yat Ming

    • Yat Ming (formerly called Yatming), is a die-cast car model maker, much like Matchbox. The company is based in Hong Kong. Yat Ming Industrial Factory Ltd was founded in 1970 by Mr. Wai Ming Lam. Yat in Chinese means "best or number one". The Ming portion came from the founder's "middle name". The company started out m ... Read »


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    • Yowie (chocolate)

    • Yowie is a confectionery and publishing brand originating in Australia. It was one of the top selling chocolates in Australia in the late 1990s and early 2000s, selling over a million units a week. After a break of nearly a decade, Yowie relaunched in 2014 for US markets. Yowie began as the brainchild of English-b ... Read »


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    • Zbots

    • Zbots (or Z-Bots) are small action figures that were made by Galoob and first released in 1992. Galoob released four series of Zbots from 1992 to 1994. Galoob also created a number of Zbot vehicles alongside the figures. The heroes were the ZBots (Designed to Defend!). The villains were the Voids (Made to Menace!). Eac ... Read »


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    • Ziss Modell

    • Ziss-Modell, originally called R. W. Modell or Wittek Modell were 'brand' names of the German Mini-Auto firm which made diecast metal classic and contemporary vehicles from the 1960s through the late 1970s. Later, use of the Mini-Auto name largely disappeared and the models were mainly known as Ziss or R. W Modell. ... Read »


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    • Zoobles!

    • Zoobles! is a miniature figure toyline created by Spin Master. The toyline is considered a spinoff of the Bakugan toyline and was originally released in August 2010 in the United States, consisting of a wide variety of sphere shaped animal creatures that could close into a ball and, when placed on a magnetic card or th ... Read »


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    • Zoomorphs

    • Zoomorphs is a line of educational building toys made by River Dolphin Toys, a Brooklyn-based company. Each set of Zoomorphs contains between 30 and 100 plastic animal pieces that can be snapped together to form actual creatures, such as a cat or dinosaur, or rearranged to create fantasy creatures, such as a dino-cat-h ... Read »


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    • Zubbles

    • Zubbles is a commercial name for colored soap bubbles. Zubbles claim to fame is that they are the first colored soap bubbles that do not leave stains. Instead they fade away with exposure to air, pressure, and water. Popular Science named Zubbles the "Innovation of the Year" for 2005. Reader's Digest agreed, saying th ... Read »


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