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#700 Cowboy Chime
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 9:
Riding & Rolling Toys
1951-1953
Description: The Lone Ranger rides again on his Cowboy Chime riding horse stick. When young cowboys climb aboard the western horse stick and run, the rolling chime makes a victory chime noise.
Accessories:
  • FPT4324 - Blue wooden riding horse stick with a metal rolling chime on one end and a wooden cut-out horse head and neck on the other end. The horse cut-out has paper lithographs on both sides of a white horse with a black mane and big blue eyes wearing a brown western saddle with a yellow gun holster. The horse has 2 blue wooden handles attached to the sides of the neck for child rider to hold. The horse is attached to a blue wooden stick with a blue yoke on the end that holds a rolling chime. The rolling chime has red and yellow wooden wheels with Cowboy and Indian paper lithographs on the sides. The chime itself is white with a red, yellow, and blue stripe in the center and picture of nursery rhymes on the sides. Measures 33" long and 9-1/4" wide.
Variations: None.
Other Information:
  • 1951-1952 - Patent Pending.
  • 1953 - Design Patent No. 167,975.
  • 1953 - Canadian Patent No. 121/18.456.
  • The metal chime used on this toy is the same metal chime used on the #722 Musical Push Chime.
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