Information on Buddy L Toys sold in 1927
BUDDY L TOYS
All Steel Indestructible
TOYS for BOYS
are more than playthings—they awaken the imagination; create confidence, build character. And they last. Their appeal as toys never wanes. Big, rugged toys, over two feet long, built of heavy gauge steel, braced, trussed and spot-welded they can't break or be taken apart and they are still good after play day years have long since gone.
Almost fifty toys in the Buddy "L" line—a toy to fit your boy's own individuality- Trucks, dumps, trains, fire apparatus; building equipment— concrete mixers. cranes, dredges, etc. —all exact duplicates in design of big power machinery. Years of fun in every one.
Your Boy Will Enjoy This Story of Buddy "L"
Here's the real Buddy "L." His daddy wants to send your boy the story of how the very first all-steel indestructible Buddy "L" toy happened to be made; wants your boy to read how this most remarkably interesting line of playthings was designed and built.
FREE—Send for the interesting story of Buddy "L." It's free. You'll enjoy reading it. Pick out what your boy likes best—then write us and we'll tell you at what store you can get these better toys at prices you'll be glad to pay.
Moline Pressed Steel Co.
SOURCE: Advertisement in The Literary Digest - November 12, 1927
Things to Make
A 1920's book by Archibald Williams that describes how to make popular home-made toys of the period.