The Making of a Toy Theater





Mr Pollack Makes a Toy Theater (1920's?)

We believe that this video is important enough that it should be saved in a place where it can be safe. It indeed is a fantastic part of our recent toy history. Audio in the video confirms that this is actually the owner of the great Pollack toy museum and toy store in London England in that time period.

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