Products produced between 1963 and 1977 carried a 3 digit reference number prefixed by a single digit and a hyphen.
2-XXX = Kiddicraft Toys & Creative playthings
3-XXX = Kiddicraft Nursery products for babies
4-XXX = Happy Prince products - a cheaper alternative to Kiddicraft quality products
5-XXX = Kiddicraft Wooden Products
6-XXX = Kiddicraft Miniatures
Numbers were not engraved into product, but were indicated on the box and in the consumer catalogues included in every product. Trade catalogues also carry the appropriate references.
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Kiddicraft WOODEN TOYS
Children are sensitive at a certain age to texture, weight and form in their playthings. Carefully chosen colours, contrasting with plain surfaces, also have special. All these features can be combined in wooden toys in a way that cannot always be achieved with plastics or metal. Consequently every child should have wooden toys of good design, amongst other playthings. The range of Kiddicraft Wooden Toys includes playthings to interest children actively moving about, and also for them to enjoy during hours of quiet constructive play. There are push toys and pull toys and toys to put together on the floor. Just as with the Kiddicraft Toys of plastics materials, care is taken to make these wooden toys of some educational value in the course of happy play. Kiddicraft Wooden Toys are made of selected material, beautifully finished in non-toxic colours and clear lacquer. Metal parts have a rust-resistant finish. Each gift box is labelled according to the age at which a child will most appreciate the playthings.
In early imaginative play, details are of no great significance and so, for this toy, the simplest of shapes and attractive colours have ben provided for the child to create scenes reminding him of his surroundings. This novel form of jigsaw has an eight-piece base on which houses, trees, church and so on can be pegged in place.
Age : from 3 years.
Year : 1968