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game | prototype

This item is a prototype for a new toy made by toy inventor Victor G. Reiling. Vic started working at Fisher-Price in 1970. In 1974, he left for Milton Bradley, where he spent three years as product director. After that, he became a freelance toy and game designer. This gift is composed of one prototype and supporting materials, such as drawings and photographs.

ManufacturerVictor G. Reiling
Materialplastic | printed paper | photograph
OriginUSA
Object ID111.6968
Credit LineGift of Victor G. Reiling

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