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Big T - Senior

construction set

Initial reaction to Tinkertoy construction sets, invented by Charles Pajeau in Evanston, Illinois was lukewarm. He sold his sets of wooden spools and rods to one shop at a time in … Read More

Small T - Senior Windlass Drive

construction set

What was old is new again. Tinkertoy building toys appeared in the second decade of the 20th century along with several other (now classic) construction sets designed to introduce … Read More

Small T - Senior Windlass Drive

construction set

Charles Pajeau and Robert Petit began producing the classic Tinkertoy construction sets of 81 pieces in 1914 in a small woodshop in a Chicago suburb. After the first years of produ… Read More

Small T - Senior Windlass Drive

construction set

Charles Pajeau and Robert Petit began producing the classic Tinkertoy construction sets in 1914 in a small woodshop in a Chicago suburb. Calling their company The Toy Tinkers of Ev… Read More

Small T - Senior Windlass Drive

construction set

The Toy Tinkers of Evanston, Illinois, began the business of producing Tinkertoy construction sets in 1914. Inspired by watching children play with pencils and spools, Charles Paje… Read More

Small T Special Windlass Drive Tinkertoy Set

construction set

Small T Special Windlass Drive Tinkertoy Set

construction set

The Toy Tinkers of Evanston, Illinois, began the business of producing Tinkertoy construction sets in 1914. Inspired by watching children play with pencils and spools, Charles Paje… Read More

Small T Special Windlass Drive Tinkertoy Set

construction set

Tinkertoy play sets appeared in the second decade of the 20th century along with several other (now classic) construction sets designed to introduce children to the world of engine… Read More

Tinkertoy Electric Motor

motor

Tinkertoy play sets appeared in the second decade of the 20th century along with several other (now classic) construction sets designed to introduce children to the world of engine… Read More

Tinkertoy Windup Motor

motor

Charles Pajeau and Robert Petit began producing the classic Tinkertoy construction sets of 81 pieces in 1914 in a small woodshop in a Chicago suburb. After the first years of produ… Read More