The tin litho toys had intricate colors and designs, many of these are of vehicles, robots and space ships. The diecast markets were lead by Hubley, Tootsie, Lesney [aka Matchbox], Midgetoy and finally Mattel with Hotwheels.
Toys were mainly given at Christmas or a birthday, but the kid could always buy his own at the Dime Store. Yes, millennial's there was a Dime store before the Dollar Store and Walmart where a kid could spend an hour or so trying to decide if they wanted a bag of plastic army men from Marx or Timmee or a diecast car or balsa wood airplane.
Here are some of our picks that can be purchase at www.indypicker.com
|60s Marx Tin Litho Mini Crawler|
|60s Marx Hard Plastic Military Vehicles|
|Tada Tin Litho X-5 Heavy Machine Gun Noise and Lights|
|Hubley Flintlock Pistol Cap Gun|