Friday, March 20, 2009

Tin Toys

Updated Post on 6 April 2009, 9 December 2009


The variety of tin toys, the deisgn, the colours, the way they walk when wind up never fails to attract me.
My humble little collections in my blog are all reproductions.
Vintage tin toys are simply out of my budget.
* means the robot names were given by me because it does not have a name.
All sizes given are only based on the height of the tin toy, unless otherwise stated.
My tin toys Robots and Spaceships is at another different post, for viewing, please click here!
If anyone own or have any sites / blogs about tin toys, please do not hesitate to leave me a comments here, so I can visit them too! Thanks!

Tin Toy Solider Drummer *
Model : MS 250
Size : 13cm (H)


270 Broadway Tram *
Model : MS 268
Size : 8 x 6cm (LXH)


Training Plane
Model : MS 011
Size : 8 x 6cm (LXH)


Parco Train *
Model : -
Size : 18 x 9.5cm (H)
Not able to wind up / move.


Train 1950 *
Model : MS 432
Size : 11.5 x 7.5cm (LxH)
This is a special tin toy.
Because it was given to me from a very good friend and this is also my first tin toy.
A great kickstart in my Tin Toy collection.
L, if you are reading this, I'll like to say thank you once again!
Also for your friendship and care all these years!


Penguin *
Model : MS 295
Size : 8cm (H)


Jumping Bambi
Model : MS 107
Size : 14 x 15cm (H)


Rabbit with trolley *
Model : MS 254
Size : 12 x 11cm (LxH)


Post Additions on 6 April 2009:

Meiji Tin Cars & Motorcycle * (Not movable)
Model : -
Size : 5 x 2 cm



Rabbit w/ Humpity Dumpity Trolley *
Model : MS 254
Size : 10 x 11 cm


Post additions on 9 December 2009 :

Snowman
Model : MS 253
Size : 8cm (h)


Duck laying eggs (can lay three eggs)
Model : MS 455
Size : 14 x 12 cm

8 comments:

tnomeralc web design toys said...

I never imagined tin toys collectibles could really look very good in a picture. I remember once seeing an old one that almost had the paint rusted but still looks good.

Blue Fairy meets Gepetto said...

My favorites were the tin toy and the penguin. They might be reproductions, but they are very beautiful. I also like the movement of these kind of toys.
Although as you can imagine sometimes is difficult to find the antique ones still working perfectly.
I'll keep reading you.

astrogalaxy said...

Hi tnomeralc,
Thanks for your compliments!
Have a great weekend!

astrogalaxy said...

Greetings Blue Fairy,
Same as me, I like their movements too, some are quite clumsy, it'll make me laugh... When they walk, it looks as if they are going to topple over anytime...LOL!
Thanks for visiting again and sure enjoy having you here always!
Cheers and Take Care!

Hazel said...

i think these are all good toys that can play for a long time

astrogalaxy said...

Yeah Hazel,
As long as it's not over wind-up, these should be able to last a long long time! Most of it also don't need batteries to operate to play. Can save money and the environment too...hehe

RecreationalArt said...

You are awesome!! I love your other blog with all the cool pics of the animals and scenery..keep em coming

astrogalaxy said...

Hello RecreationalArt,
Thank you so much for your compliments! Have a great day!