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Generally in Alphabetical Order but with Some Obvious Placement of a Couple of Categories at the Top




Dolls & Accessories

Articles: Virginia's Veranda

About Us & Picture

Books, Modern

Books, 19th Century Reproductions

Craft Supplies & Sundries


Dolls & Accessories

DVD about Emma Edmonds


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Speaking and Consulting


We will be putting a new photograph up shortly showing the popguns we can now receive from our supplier. In order to comply with Federal laws governing toy guns that are trying to make toys obviously toys, our popguns now come with a red plastic "cork." As far as the history of popguns is concerned, the popgun piston design comes from several almost identical boys' activity books. The sample included here is from The American Boy's Book of Sports and Games. The existence of the string to hold on to the cork is not mentioned but we consider it highly likely to help the boy avoid losing the cork. Of course, if the boy wanted the cork to have longer range, the string could be cut or dispensed with altogether. We have retained the string to guard against loss and also as a safety feature to limit the range of the popgun.

The cost of a popgun is $11.25

If you want to look at the previous toy alphabetically in the list,
the toy theater Blackbeard the Pirate,
click here


If you want to look at the next toy alphabetically in the list,
the Rattletrap,
click here