Kept treasures

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My dad has been saving 4-5 boxes of stuff from my 70’s childhood. (What a hero)
Clothes, toys and books.
These are the latest contributions to Dellas room.
Everytime I give her some of my stuff I enter some small memory chambers I didn’t know existed.
I can so remeber fueling up the cars, taking the little people to the shoeschool and paying the store.
If someone of you still have some coins left but no maschine I would love to buy them.

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sunny
August 12, 2009 at 06:08 PM

I had all of these when I was a child! Love the garage and the other Fisher Price People sets. I still have two figures from then: the mom and the little girl (blue with yellow hair).
Hope you find some coins to use!

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nath
August 12, 2009 at 07:08 PM

aw. aw. aw. i just love a bit of vintage Fisher Price. even more so, if it actually belonged to you. your dad is very good for saving it. and lucky Della! (no coins here, but i will look out for some – have you looked at ebay?)

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lady thirty
August 13, 2009 at 07:08 AM

ojoj vilken nostalgi!
några av sakerna känner jag igen från min egen barndom!
kul!

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Sarah
August 13, 2009 at 07:08 PM

Wow, gamla leksaker är de bästa. Hela min barndom var jag avis på min kusin Linda som hade just precis en sådan kassa-apparat. Men jag fick aldrig någon egen. Fööör kapitalistiskt tyckte mina päron. Ja – så var det ju 70-tal också ;)

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Alice
August 14, 2009 at 07:08 AM

My grandparents had the Fisher Price garage at their house for my siblings and me to play with when we visited! I loved it so much. I remember being so sad when I went to visit and discovered they had gotten rid of our old toys.

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Isabelle
August 27, 2009 at 08:08 PM

love, love old toys! We got 2 coins left (or now a week later I can only find one). Will mos def check ebay some more – thanks for the tip!

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Ari
December 20, 2009 at 11:12 PM

Love this…brings back memories.