Miller's American Insider's Guide to Toys & Games

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Octopus Publishing Group, 2002 - Antiques & Collectibles - 224 pages
This guide covers toys and games that were made specifically for the American market. It has introductory sections which provide an overview of the market, a guide to buying and selling toys and games, tips on care and repair and a primer on the history of toys and games and how they have been made over the years. The main Fact File section is organized by types of toy and game, from early wooden toys to pressed steel and cast iron, looking at the first battery-operated items, right up to the plastic character toys of the 21st century. Trains, wind-ups, soldiers and board games are included.

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Miller's Toys and Games
Mitchell Beazley
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