Fashion Plates

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01.30.2024



Fashion Plates
2019.14.6.a-t
Tomy Corporation
plastic, paper, cardboard, wood, wax
1978-1980
The basic set of 15 plates was introduced by Japanese toy company Tomy in 1978. The plates were of the most popular 1970s fashions including bell bottoms, prairie skirts, and ruffled tops. They were popular for several years and Tomy also introduced additional packs of plates. Disappearing around 1990, the toys were revived by a different company (Kahoots) in 2014 and feature many more drawing packs. Tomy withdrew from the American market over a decade ago and now partners with Hasbro for distribution here, especially with Transformer toys.

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