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Hilary Page Toys

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Link list - http://www.brickfetish.com/ - http://www.hilarypagetoys.com
Excellent timeline of bricks. Link

Link list - http://www.architoys.net/ - http://www.hilarypagetoys.com
Architechural pages with a section on building toys and models. Link

Link list - http://www.plastiquarian.com/ - http://www.hilarypagetoys.com
Encouraging the study of all historical aspects of plastics and other polymers, including synthetic fibres, rubber and elastomers. Link

Link list - http://www.vam.ac.uk/index.html - http://www.hilarypagetoys.com
Museum of the decorative arts founded in 1852 to support and encourage excellence in art and design. Link

Link list - http://www.toyretailersassociation.co.uk/ - http://www.hilarypagetoys.com
Toy Retailers Association, the voice for toy retailers in the UK.

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Link list - http://www.vam.ac.uk/files/file_upload/29649_file.pdf - http://www.hilarypagetoys.com
A document on 1930's toys from the Victoria and Albert Museum Link

Link list - http://www.baykoman.com/ - http://www.hilarypagetoys.com
An excellent site on Bayko - contemporary of Kiddicraft. Link

Link list - http://www.osbornes-rushden.co.uk - http://www.hilarypagetoys.com

A truly great family run toyshop now in its third generation, Osborne’s has taken pride of place along the Rushden High Street for over 60 years, boasting a wide range of traditional toys and expert advice.  An original Kiddicraft distributor and the first stockist of Lego in the UK.

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