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-Great Garloo - Clackers, Klick Klacks, Klackers - Zippy Chimp, Mr.Bim - Johnny Reb Cannon - Inchworm & Ride On Toys - Magnetic Garage or Dollhouse - Frogman US Navy Commando - SSP Racers - Mattel Pull String Yackers - Elly & Andy, Mr & Mrs. You can pull the ring in his shoulder to open and close his hand.They’ve also inspired a new event by creative performer Tony Lidington who uses digitised slides in a new mythical story performed in a ‘peep show’ event – you can find out where he’ll be performing this via his website.Explore the collection online We are slowly adding the digitised slides and catalogue information to our Collections Explorer website so you can explore the collection yourself.This is a significant achievement, and one that is beyond the normal scope of our daily work.The collection By cataloguing and digitising the slides we now have a very detailed understanding of our collection, and where they came from.You would use the controller to fly the copter around in a circle and have it swoop down to retrieve items or figures with the hook beneath the helicopter. Seven guns in one, which included: Grenade Launcher, Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher, Anti Bunker Missile Launcher, Armor Piercing Shell, Rifle fires 10 Bullets, Slide Bolt Action Machine Gun, Detachable Cap Pistol which fires shells. I still have my original gun from the set I had as a kid. Contains shell-firing pistol with attachments: stock, scope, silencer - which all converts into a rifle.
There was a small squeeze plastic bottle in his chest so that you could squirt water out of his chest. He has wheels on his base so you can roll him around. Arms open & close, he can bend over to pick up items & carry. or the acrylic chipping and flying off into kids eyes. Set included stickers you would put on the walls to depict 1960s decor.
One of the first groups is the slide set on the medieval misericords in Exeter Cathedral.
You can purchase prints of some of the most most stunning and interesting images from the Bridgeman website, or as image licensing. Posted in Research Collection by Jenny Durrant on December 5th, 2016.
Partnership working Over the last few years we have been working hard to understand this large slide collection, and for the last 18 months we’ve been working with Dr Joe Kember and Dr Richard Crangle from the University of Exeter as part of an international project called ‘A Million Pictures’.
Richard has photographed and meticulously researched and catalogued each slide.