The Golden Age of Playtime: Boxing Toy Patent
This print features the 1876 patent for an automatic boxing toy, showcasing a mechanical design that brought joy to the Victorian era’s children. The invention signifies a period when toys began to incorporate movement and interactivity, a leap in playtime innovation. It reflects the ingenuity of toy makers who not only created entertainment but also engineered marvels that stood the test of time.
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Bright white photo paper with a mat finish. Archival grade and acid free.
A subtle color with a light pattern with the look and feel of old parchment.
Distressed vintage finish giving the look of an antique document
A dark grey complete with delicate scratches. All graphic and writing is reversed to white.
A dark blue with a light geometric patter found on blueprints. Graphic and writing is reversed to white.