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 games2010

Walker wagon

The Walker Wagon from Brio is a classic that has helped many of us take our first steps. (From catalogue 2010.)

Toys and games1940

Ludo

Ludo, the game you love to play even though it drives you crazy, is an adaptation of an Indian game that dates back to 1896. (From catalogue 1941.)

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 games1940

Yo-yo

Its simple but ingenious construction has made the yo-yo a timeless toy. The first wave of yoyo mania swept over world in the 1930s and that’s also when the first Swedish yo-yo was manufactured. (From the catalogue 1944.)

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.)

Toys and games1990

Jenga

The Brit Leslie Scott presented the game Jenga at a toy fair in London as late as 1983. The word means “to build” in Swahili. (From the catalogue 1997.)

Toys and games2000

Pull-along-toy

If the dog is man’s best friend, then the Brio dachshund is many people’s first dog – and first friend. A classic at baby showers. (From the catalogue 2005.)

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.)

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