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#131 Toy Wagon
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1951-1954


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Description: Four years after Fisher-Price discontinued the #171 The Toy Wagon, the company introduced a new Toy Wagon. Both wagons are similar, however the #171 has a bell above the rocking horses, #131 does not, and the #131 has a wooden head driver whereas the #171 does not. The #131 has colorful paper lithographs on the sides of the wagon and the #171 has painted sides.
Accessories:
  • FPT1653 - Red rectangular wooden wagon that has a round wooden "driver" head with a red hat on the front edge. The wagon has red paper lithographs on 2 sides of Fisher-Price toys and the words "TOY WAGON" written in blue. The wagon is pulled by 2 wooden cut-out horses with paper lithographs on both sides of a white horse with black spots, a black mane and tail and a red bridle and saddle blanket. The horses balance on a blue wooden base that is connected to the wagon. When pulled, the horses rock up and down, the driver's head turns up, down, and all around, and a bell inside the wagon rings "ding-ding". Measures 17-12" long, 7-1/2" high, and 5" wide.
Variations: None.
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