Archive for November 3rd, 2009

Parker Brothers games from 1800’s

Posted on November 3rd, 2009 by admin

George S. Parker founded the original Parker Brothers company way back in 1800’s but it wasn’t named Parker Brothers at the time. His brother, Charles, joined their business in 1888 and the Parker Brothers name was officially formed in 1893. This duo brought on many of the great Parker Brother games from the 1800’s that many people do not recognize, but may recognize different games that was created with the idea of the originals in mind.

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Louis Marx & Company collectible toys

Posted on November 3rd, 2009 by admin

Louis Marx and company was a well known American Toy manufacturer from the years 1919-1978. Marx’s toys consisted of toy soldier’s, toy guns, action figures, dolls, toy cars and toy trains. The logo of the company had the letters “MAR” in a circle with an X through it, which resembled a railroad crossing sign.

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