Lead & plastic
: Soft & Cuddly
: Dr Dolittle
: Llama Jigsaws
Our vintage llama toys
-all with "double l" as we have failed (so far) to find a
vintage alpaca, guanaco or vicuna toy - fall into the categories of lead (to
rhyme with head, not bead), early (pre-1970) plastic, fluffy and cardboard...
Taylor & Barrett Llama Cart with two children and zoo keeper.
A lead toy from the 1950's. Exceptionally rare.
Hollowcast lead llamas from the 1930's, made by Britains
Ready and waiting to pull a cart, this lead Taylor & Barrett harnessed
llama is a rare pre-war version.
Taylor & Barrett split up in the 1950's and this little lead llama,
made by Barrett & Sons, is exceptionally unusual being covered in
mint condition member of our plastic herd by Britains, which replaced
lead. Few are as well preserved and clearly gave a lot of playtime
One of the few modern examples of
lamarabilia in our collection. Mind you it does date back to the end of
the last century! A metal badge from The Hard Rock Cafe, Lima, Peru.
Here's a very new llama that we've added to our collection
because of his exceptional quality and attention to detail - rare for
modern manufacturing and surely a collector's item for the future!
Made of a heavy rubberised type of material, Jaunty (as we have called
him) has a lovely texture, stands a mighty 8 cm high (just over 3 inches)
and comes with a smile!
Never ones to
do things by halves, we've bought a whole Jaunty herd and can offer a few
sets of three for £12.50 per set - plus p&p ( amount dependent on where
|*** Red stars signify we may
have duplicates for sale or to swap. Contact
us for details