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s Toys: What Did Kids Play With in the s?

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Returns accepted. Completed items. But toy manufacturers were making toys electronic any way possible. One unmistakable difference between toys in the s and toys before that is licensing. Share your love for s Toys: What Did Kids Play With in the s?

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Woolworth stuck with its tried and tested personal service formula as its rivals adopted self-service. This left most of the branches looking old-fashioned. Most of the photographs on this page were taken for publicity purposes and show the company at its most modern. A number of Sixties toys celebrated the space programme. These are covered in a separate feature. The Government's decision to decimalise the currency forced the High Street chain to modernise.

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Between and most of the stores were given a new look. 1960 period also saw the arrival of new ranges of toys and electronic toys, which vintage sold wild hair porn discounted prices and were heavily advertised on TV.

In the Woolies store in Gallowtree Gate, Leicester was chosen to test out a new "futuristic" look. It had new ranges and new styles of display, with taller counters, but continued to have a till at each england, and to offer personal service to every shopper. The upgrade heralded a further move up-market. Many of the new items were at higher prices, like the dolls in the foreground of the photo.