Retro Fisher Price Tiny Teddy Xylophone from 2005SKU: SP-3337-21
Retro Fisher Price Tiny Teddy Xylophone from 2005.
- Manufacturer: Fisher Price Toys
- Date of manufacture: 2005
This retro toy bear from Fisher Price is a reproduction from 2005 and can be pulled on a string so that he plays a tingel-tangel song on his xylophone.
Plastic cut out teddy bear with lithographs on both sides. Teddy is a light brown teddy bear and rides on 4 blue tires. He has a blue jacket and white pants with yellow stripes on the sides. The bear has 2 separate plastic movable arms with blue sleeves and light brown hands.
Teddy is mounted on a rectangular plastic platform that rolls on 4 blue wheels and has 3 metal xylophone keys. The sides of the platform have a yellow lithograph with images of bears playing instruments. Teddy moves his arms and plays a song on the xylophone.
Beautiful retro object as decoration for the children's or baby room. Teddy shows small traces of use.
This toy Teddy is in a good retro condition with traces of use and age-related traces of wear. Photos are part of the description.
- Height: 18.5 cm.
- Length: 14.5 cm.
- Width: 11 cm.
Fisher-Price was founded in 1930 by Herman Fisher, Helen Schelle, Irving Price and his wife Margaret Evans Price. The name came about by combining two of the founders' three surnames. Fisher had previously gained experience in the production and sale of games, while Schelle had had his own toy store.
The first toys were made of sturdy metal and wood from the yellow pine, which hardly shattered. Sales went well from almost the beginning. Fisher-Price started producing plastic toys from the early 1950s. In the following decade, a new toy line was launched. With the Play Family, now known as Little People, Fisher-Price would grow into a world-renowned brand.
Herman Fisher retired in 1969 at the age of 71 as the last founder. Quaker Oats Company bought the company that same year. Fisher-Price went public in 1991, but came into the hands of Mattel in 1993 and with it disappeared from the stock exchange.
Since its inception, Fisher-Price has marketed approximately five thousand different types of toys.
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Country of origin
Made in China
Kind of object
Pull toy with xylophone
TIny Teddy - Fisher Price - pull toy - children's toys - retro
Red - yellow - blue - brown
Herman Fisher, Helen Schelle, Irving Price, Margaret Evans Price
Fisher-price Toys, East Aurora, New York
Plastic - metal
Retro edition from 2005 - reproduction
Good retro condition with traces of use
Parcel post with track & trace