Toys and games

Toys and games1950

Flying saucer

In the 1950s, kids used hand power to launch flying saucers into the skies. (From the catalogue 1956.)

Toys and games1940

Dart kit

At the start of the 1900s, point areas were drawn in circles from the centre of the round target. Darts, they called it. (From THE catalogue 1944.)

Toys and games2010

Kubb (Stickey Sticks)

Kubb – or “Stickey Sticks” as some say in English – is a lawn game that gained popularity in the mid-1990s. The game had its first world championship in 1995, organized in Rone on the Swedish island of Gotland. (From catalogue 2010.)

Toys and games1940

Dragon’s Lair

Either try to get so many sheep as possible across the playing field – or be the Dragon and catch them. (From catalogue 1949.)

Toys and games1920

Steam engine

For decades, the hobby steam engine, a fully functional replica of a large-scale steam machine, was at the top of many Christmas wish-lists. (From the catalogue 1927.)

Toys and games1930


A version of billiards for the dining room table. Push the big ring to hit the smaller rings into a corner hole. Great for one to four people. (From the catalogue 1932.)

Toys and games1940

Dowel wacker

Take your wooden hammer and whack that dowel down! Many kids had their first taste of how much fun carpentry can be thanks to this timeless toy. (From the catalogue 1946.)

Toys and games1930


Kites were once used in China as a way for the military to communicate. (From the catalogue 1934.)

Toys and games1950

Magic box

Practice makes perfect. Mastering magic and sleight of hand has long been a dream for many children. (From the catalogue 1950.)

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