A great money box - put the coin in the slot at the back, and he sticks out his tongue!
He is called 'Happy' as his title says, but my daughter thinks he should be called 'Spooky'
And here is another version, with a blue and red colourway.
A great friction sports car, made in Germany. Very smart - wish I had the grown up version!
A fox in hunting pink! A great joke - I wonder what he is hunting?
This was actually my brother's, and if I remember rightly, he was always known as 'Basil Brush' even though he doesn't have the laughing mouth and huge white teeth. He is from the late '60s and I do think he was an early Basil.
This golly was loved, dearly, and hugged so much. Not very PC I know, but do kids care - they just love their toys.
Can't see it from the photo, but he is wearing spats on his feet.
Three little 1950s plastic egg cups - making breakfast a fun time.
A pink Scottie...
A green Scottie...
And a pink rabbit!
This is a lovely little toy washing mangle - just perfect for a dolly
Another savings tin - this one is King George V1 and the Queen Mum (gawd bless 'er)
And this one is from their daughter's reign, obviously our current Queen Elizabeth
This plastic penguin has an Australian registration mark - does he actually come from down under? OH says he doesn't have any Australian connections
Wind him up and he still waggles his bottom - we always wondered if he was supposed to swim, but he is too old now to put him in the bath.
Remember these? A gyroscope - I think everyone had one of these - they made a great stocking filler
And finally, a little sewing machine, made in Britain. How many girls learn to sew these days? Sewing was an essential lesson taught at school when I was a girl. Still can't sew a button on straight...
All these items are for sale, some are already listed (see right hand side bar for my shops above) but if any difficulties, or you would like any info, just comment or send me an email.
Have a great week!