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Through our research, the Historical Folk Toys' products listed on this page have historical beginnings that can traced back to this time period or (according to their historical backgrounds) were popular (i.e., in widespread use) during this span of time. Every effort has been made to ensure historical accuracy based upon our research efforts to date. However, since historical discoveries continue to be made and archeological facts must sometimes be reevaluated, we Elves cannot guarantee absolute certainty about the origins of our products.

It is the intent of this guide to provide you, our customer, with a useful tool whereby you can decide which of our items for resale would be historically appropriate for your store. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or if we Elves can be of any further assistance to you. Thank you.


Appropriate Products for this Period Are:

Early Education

None during this time period.

Classic Toys & Puzzles

Sleeper Yo-Yo ~ Natural (2003); and, Cup & Ball Toss Toy ~ Natural (2009).

Traditional Games

Tic Tac Toe (3001); Jacks (with suede pouch) (3003); Marbles (with suede pouch) (3004); Suede Pouch (3005); Hopscotch (with cloth bag) (3006); Nine Pins (with cloth bag) (3007); Wooden Dice (3011); Quoits (3012); Cat's Cradle & Other String Games (3014); Jacks (with cloth bag) (3016); and, Marbles (with cloth bag) (3017).

Home Crafts

Beginning Quilting Kit (4102); My First Weaving Loom (4302); E-Z Weaver (4303); Wool Drop Spindle Set (4601); Wool Drop Spindle Only (4602); Wool Roving (4603); Cotton Hand Spindle Set (4604); Cotton Hand Spindle Only (4605); and, Cotton Sliver (4606).

Historical Doll Kits

Clothespin Doll Kit (4701); Pocket Folk Doll Kit (4704); Handkerchief Doll Kit ( 4705); Yarn Doll Kit (4706); Mr. Sock Monkey (4707); Miss Poppet Doll Kit (4708); Spoon Doll Kit ( 4709); Early American Cornhusk Doll Kit ( 4710); Traditional Cornhusk Doll Kit (4712); Native American Cornhusk Doll Kit (4714); Rag Doll Kit (4715); and, Topsy-Turvy Doll Kit (4716).

Folk Instruments

Harmonica in C (5101); Lithographed Field Drum (5401); Americana Field Drum (5402); Claves (5403).

Native American

None during this time period.

Historical Books

This group has not been researched yet.

Music Books

This group has not been researched yet.

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