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International Toy Company

by Richard Mueller

International Toy Company

The Ted Toy-lers, Incorporated A.K.A. Ted Toys Ted Toylers New Bedford, Massachusetts 1925 -1930

At one time Ted Toy-lers was a very successful company shipping over 50,000 toys a week all over the world. In 1927, the company merged with National Wood Process Company to form International Toy Company. Ted Toys were then marked to include “The Ted Toylers an International Toy Co.” After the merger, more expensive parts of the toys were being replaced with less expensive pieces, including hat plumes. The use of less expensive materials and the depression led to the demise of toy production. In 1930, the company stopped making toys.

International Delivery Car
c. 1930
6.25"L x 1.1"H x 1.4"W
$60 - $80

Bus Line #N22
c. 1930
6.5"L x 1.5"H x 1.75"W
$60 - $80

Car with Driver
Estimated 1930
5.5"L x 2.25"H x 1.75"W

c. 1930
4"L x 2.2"H x 2"W
$150 - $200

Delivery Truck
c. 1930

c. 1930

National Toys N-13 Box
Estimated 1930
12"L x 2.5"H x 4.8"W
$45 - $60

National Toys Bus
c. 1930
6"L x 1.25"H x 1.5"W
$60 - $80

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