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Products produced between 1932 and 1962 carried a 2 or 3 digit reference number prefixed by the letter K.

Numbers were not engraved into product, but were indicated on the box and in the consumer catalogues included in every product.  Trade catalogues also carry the appropriate references.

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K220 Baby Blow Teether

A safe toy carefully designed to match a baby's developing senses.  Baby should be left to discover by himself the delights of this toy.  At first, he will use the smoothly shaped mouthpieces and the handle to bite on and to suck.  When he learns to grasp the handle, he will enjoy the bright colours and the "rattle" sound as he waves the toy about.  Later, he will find that to blow through each mouthpiece makes soft pleasant musical note.

Patent pending.

Designed by David Day

Age: from 6 months.

Year: 1960

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1932-1962 ~ K & F Prefix Ref. No's - K220 Baby Blow Teether -
1960 - 10 - K220.jpeg
1932-1962 ~ K & F Prefix Ref. No's - K220 Baby Blow Teether -
1961 - 10 - K220.jpeg