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Music Boxes by Fisher-Price Toys

no. 107 Hickory Dickory Dock Radio
© 71 Fisher-Price Toys.
This toy was played with in the early 70s.
It is made of plastic. These pictures make it look thinner then it actually is.
When the red nob is turned it plays Hickory Dickory Dock and the hands on the clock spin.


no. 107 Hickory Dickory Dock Radio © 71 Fisher-Price Toys no. 107 Hickory Dickory Dock Radio © 71 Fisher-Price Toys no. 107 Hickory Dickory Dock Radio © 71 Fisher-Price Toys

no. 114N Sesame Street Giant Screen Music Box TV
It is made of plastic, and has paper lithos on the sides.
The song lyrics are printed on the litho on one side.
Wind up this toy and it plays "The People in your Neighborhood",
while the paper litho scrolls from right to left on the "TV Screen."
no. 114N Sesame Street Giant Screen Music Box TV no. 114N Sesame Street Giant Screen Music Box TV

no. 794 Over the Rainbow Radio
© 1981 Fisher-Price Toys Division of the Quaker Oats Company.
This radio is made of plastic and is approximately 5" long and 5 1/2" tall.
There is a paper litho on the back of the radio which includes the song lyrics.
Turn the yellow plastic knob in the front, and this little radio will play "Over the Rainbow".
The pink slider clicks when slid up or down.
no. 794 Over the Rainbow Radio no. 794 Over the Rainbow Radio

no. 795 Toyland Radio
© 1983 Fisher-Price Toys Division of the Quaker Oats Company.
© 1960 Walt Disney Music Co.
This radio is made of plastic and is approximately 5" long and 5 1/2" tall.
There is a paper litho on the back of the radio which includes the song lyrics.
Turn the yellow plastic knob in the front, and this little radio will play "Toyland".
The orange slider clicks when slid up or down.
no. 795 Toyland Radio no. 795 Toyland Radio

no. 998 Music Box Teaching Clock
© '62-68 Fisher-Price Toys.
This Teaching Clock is made of wood and plastic and is very worn.
When the yellow nob in the back is turned it plays music, tick tocks, and the hands on the clock spin.


no. 998 Music Box Teaching Clock © '62-68 Fisher-Price Toys

no. 2205 Music Box Record Player
© 1987 Fisher-Price
This toy has approximately a 7 1/2" by 8 3/4" footprint.
This Record Player is plastic with paper lithos.
Turn the yellow nob in the front to wind up the turn table.
The turn table can be stopped or started by the yellow on/off switch on top of the player.
It comes with 5 records.
Earlier version of this toy was no. 995.


no. 2205 Music Box Record Player © 1987 Fisher-Price no. 2205 Music Box Record Player © 1987 Fisher-Price

no. 5710 & no. 5711 Music Box Radios
© 1992 Fisher-Price Toys, Inc.
Approximately 5" long and 6" tall.
This radio is made of plastic.
Wind up these toys and they plays music.
The red one, no. 5710 plays "Frere Jaques."
The yellow one, no. 5711 plays "Three Blind Mice.
Picture, paper litho turns with the wind up nob.
The blue slider clicks when moved up and down.
The antenna goes up and down with the slider.

no. 5710 Music Box Radio no. 5711 Music Box Radio
There is also another red radio in this collection,
that plays "Three Blind Mice." It is a factory mistake.


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