5.00 Holding communicator or grenadeout in left hand; 1 lighter green, one white. In 1990 Tootsie Toy bought out Joy Toy and continued to make some of the figure’s traces, putting them in TOOTSIE TOY packaging, and Superior was by no means the identity of the T.Cohn Toy firm but solely used as a slogan or brand. Through the 1960s, with the introduction of machine-washable synthetic supplies, the corporate developed a distinctive unjointed teddy with outstretched arms and straight legs. Thomas Toys had no connection to Ajax; however, perhaps William Shalandfather in Regulation to Ajax’s proprietor, a toy wholesaler, had control of the molds and equipped each Ajax and Thomas Toys.
Older 60mm soccer figures are grey and white, and this mold might have been made for Papco by Ajax or Lido. If a “Bergen” figure doesn’t have a logo, then we assume it Joytoy figures was offered by Ajax. The black horse is marked AJAX; top grey marked ARCHER, bottom gray marked LIDO, and the marked brown BERGEN! 3.00 Poodle; 1 grey, two whitish creams, two red-brown, one silver, one black. 5.00 Strolling with ray rifle; NONE, 1.00 RIFLE TIP Broken OFF; 1 pink. 2.00 Mounted Indian w/ tomahawk, SP; 1 pale yellow, three yellow, one very dark blue, three darker blue, five blue, three aquae blue, one light inexperienced, one dark inexperienced, one purple. 5.00 Radioman; 7 HP, eight SP darker green, 4 SP lighter inexperienced.
2.00 With rifle x waist; 1 HP manufacturing unit painted, 15 HP, 18 SP darker inexperienced, eight SP lighter green. 3.50 Throwing grenade; 13 HP, 2.00 with put on 1HP, 18 SP darker inexperienced, 3 SP lighter green. Highwayman holding one pistol, drawing other; NO Logo; HP; 1 white with paint, two yellow-painted, one inexperienced with paint, one yellow, three blue, two inexperienced, SP; 1 blue, four purple, one pale yellow, one yellow. First made from exhausting plastic with a little bit of paint, laborious plastic no painting, and eventually a dense, tender plastic. 3.00 HP Baseball fielder backhanding a ball; 1 crimson, one yellow, two blue, five tans with brown paint. Cowboy about to draw pistol; HP; 6 yellow with paint, six green with paint, one white with paint, four pinks, two green, six yellow, three blue,