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#760 Snap-Lock Beads
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 5:
Infant & Toddler
1957-1958

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Description: Fisher-Price introduced it's 1st set of plastic Snap-Lock Beads in 1957 with the #760 Snap-Lock Beads set. These brightly colored lightweight hollow plastic beads attract babies, are easy to handle, and help teach hand-eye coordination as baby learns to snap the beads together. The Snap-Lock beads became one of the most enduring toys manufactured by Fisher-Price... still being made well into the new millennium.
Accessories:
  • Set of 16 large, hollow plastic beads that snap together to form a chain or necklace. Each bead is approximately 1-3/8" diameter. The beads came in 3 shapes (Round with Squared Ends, Oval, and Round) and 8 colors (Dark Blue, Light Blue, Green, Orange, Red, Purple, White, Yellow). See "Variations" below for list of all possible shape/color combinations.
Variations:
Shape: Round with Squared Ends
Color Options:
Shape: Oval
Color Options:
Shape: Round (Ball)
Color Options:
Other Information: None.
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