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Barney Jonathan, Weston Denise: Magical wand and interactive play experience. Creative Kingdoms, Barney Jonathan, Weston Denise, ALTMAN Daniel E, October 14, 2004: WO/2004/087271 (44 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a unique interactive play experience carried out utilizing a toy 'wand' (100) and/or other actuation/tracking device (321, 325). In one embodiment the wand (100) incorporates a wireless transmitter (150) and motion-sensitive circuitry (115) adapted to actuate the transmitter i ...


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Improvements in or relating to dolls. Madrell S, August 15, 1979: GB2013508-A (30 worldwide citation)

A doll (particularly a rag doll) is provided with separate face elements (11) in the form of pieces of cloth or other flexible material, each carrying markings representing various facial expressions, one of the face elements being removably affixed to a face portion (10) of the doll itself. In this ...


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Forsman Arnold H: Decorative badge with movable eyes and mouth. Phillips Moore Weissenberger Lempio & Strabala, October 8, 1974: US3839821 (26 worldwide citation)

A badge includes a back member body on which are mounted a pair of circular members and an elongated member to together generally define the eyes and mouth of a face. The circular members are mounted to the back member body by spring clips which allow the circular members to be rotated to various po ...


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Greenblatt Abe: Magnetically-controlled animated toy. Tseng Peter, LoJacono Sr Francis X, February 25, 1975: US3867786 (25 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a magnetically controlled animated toy; and more particularly relates to such apparatus that incorporates a magnetic control to enhance the enjoyment of such a toy. In this way, a child may control the antics of the animated toy; and may participate in the toy's acti ...


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Shibahashi Yutaka, Nakasuji Norikazu, Kito Tsutomu, Yasuda Michiyuki, Senga Kuniyuki: Color changing toy. Pilot Ink, December 7, 1988: GB2205255-A (22 worldwide citation)

A color-changeable toy having a toy body to which a quasireversible thermochromic material is applied in a pattern. This material stably holds either of two coloured states in a range of ordinary room temperature. However, the material reversibly changes to one of the states above this range and to ...


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Lorenzo Phyllis Kay: Snowman feature and accessory system. McClellan Sr John F, October 15, 1974: US3841019 (22 worldwide citation)

A snowman/snowwoman feature and accessory system comprising transparent hollow members, each having an interior cavity and a connecting tubular shank with the shank bore connecting to permit stuffing or filling the cavity with colored snow, cloth, paper, marbles, fluid, or other suitable material to ...


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Goozner Murray: Blank-faced childs doll. Levy Edward F, January 8, 1974: US3783553 (18 worldwide citation)

A doll assembly includes a stuffed doll body having a plastic blank face portion of a single uniform color secured to the doll head. The face portion is devoid of facial features and is formed with slight concave depressions suggesting the location of eyes and a mouth. The surface of the blank face ...


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Maruyama Masaki: Toy which can change state. Takara, August 9, 1985: FR2559072-A1 (17 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a toy which can change state. It comprises at least three types of elements, namely a first element 1, second elements 2a, 2b and third elements 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, connected to the second elements so that these three types of elements, when they are folded up, form a sphere and ...


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Weistrop Elizabeth N: Multi-figure zipper toy bag. Townsend and Townsend, August 27, 1974: US3831316 (17 worldwide citation)

A children's toy comprising a plurality of selectably interchangeable figure images disposed on a common piece of fabric or similar pliant material. Each of the figure images has at least one pair of mating zipper tracks disposed along opposite portions of the image periphery. Any one of the availab ...


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Shapero Wallace H: Appliable doll decorations. Mattel, Scholnick Seymour A, January 8, 1974: US3783554 (17 worldwide citation)

A doll construction kit which enables a child to mold a three-dimensional doll and decorate it will preprinted labels so that the doll has an attractive appearance similar to that of a doll wholly constructed at a factory. Preprinted labels defining clothing and defining facial and hair features are ...