67 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 64 are shown here).
Celluloid doll representing a negro child with moulded hair and tawny eyes; the torso is coloured as a white vest & red drawers; German, Rheinische Gummi- und Celluloid-Fabrik, 1910
celluloid; SNF (Société Nobel Française) brand made in France, 1960
Celluloid with moulded and painted features, with open mouth to take dummy or right thumb; made in Germany (Rheinische Celluloid und Gummi Fabrik), 1930-39
Celluloid with moulded and painted features, representing a girl with wavy hair; made in Germany (Rheinische Celluloid und Gummi Fabrik), 1930-39
Celluloid with moulded and painted features, representing a boy with wavy hair; made in Germany (Rheinische Celluloid und Gummi Fabrik), 1930-39
The brush has an ovoid back and handle, and is made of wood covered with cream celluloid and black-painted rexine
Marks: PATENT/ 27545; Wood, celluloid and bristle, British, 1900-25
In the form of a slightly flattened and hollowed-out hoop; Celluloid, British, 1860-99
Celluloid socket head and moulded and brown-painted hair; knitted pink jacket and pale green trousers; French, 1920-1929
Teething stick and ring
Stick of carved bone cut with hoops and diagonal ridges, with a celluloid ring at one end; possibly Indian, 1870-85; with ring; Bone celluloid, British, 1860-99
For a child: cream-coloured celluloid with a straight top and incurving ends; one half of the teeth are fine and close set, the other half more widely spaced; made in England, 1930-39
Child's fine toothed comb of cream-coloured celluloid with a central spine and the teeth cut into both edges, made in the UK, 1920-39
Hairbrush for a baby
Oval-backed brush of cream-coloured celluloid with a rounded handle; set with natural bristle; decorated with the word 'Baby' on the back in white metal; Celluloid and bristle; British, c.1921
glove Punch; Pelham, 1963, cloth, moulded
glove Judy; Pelham, 1963, cloth, moulded
Heart-shaped silver body (hung with bells), with celluloid teething ring at upper end and mother-of-pearl teething stick at lower; made in England by Crisford & Norris, Birmingham hallmark, 1910
Hoop-shaped teething ring of plain cream celluloid; Celluloid, British, 1932c
Cream-coloured xylonite, with the word 'BABY' moulded along the top
Marks: XYLONITE/ TRADE MARK; Xylonite, British, 1924c
Pixie-type doll: celluloid face mask, body of plasticised pink fabric with silver dots, 1930-1939 or 1950-1959
Marks: Soft Palitoy Doll. MADE IN ENGLAND/ I am your new PLAYMATE/ DO NOT PUT ME in the bath
Cartoon figure, Henry the Schoolboy Bookworm, Celluloid, English, Palitoy, 1950-1959
feeding set, 7pcs, boxed; Card celluloid & glass, Japanese, KYB, 1920-1929
Celluloid/hard vinyl doll later dressed in Coronation Robes; Palitoy brand made in England, c1950 (Christmas present)
Card box containing "The New Table Game of Ping Pong or Gossima" (bats, balls, netting and instructions) made in England between 1901 and 1910; Card, wood, celluloid and paper, English, 1901-1910
Belt consisting of a steel chain with medallions of agate-striped celluloid, England, ca. 1920
Belt made of a linked steel chain with celluloid medallions, England, ca. 1920
Brisé fan of celluloid decorated with feathers, possibly made in Europe, 1880-1900.
Brisé fan of pierced celluloid, possibly made in Europe, 1880-1900.
Fan brisé of painted celluloid, made in Germany, 1920s
Celluloid negative, possibly a still from an animation, 1970, by Lillian Schwartz and Bob Tatem.
Celluloid clockwork toy figure of Popeye made in Germany or the United States about 1929
Wooden merry-go-round musical box made in Germany in about 1930
Mechanical toy panda
Battery operated mechanical drinking panda made in Japan in the 1970s
Doll dressed as a baby, German, about 1910
Doll called Franz, German, 1921
Dolls house doll
card folder printed in colours to show the title, maker's details and photographs of children playing with the slides and other items in the range
contains 8 double length film strips and red plastic side mask for use with a Sliderama Projector
Babys rattle/teething rings
Baby's rattle/teething rings; English, 1905
Girl's hairslide; probably foreign, 1920-25
Girl's brooch; probably British, 1920-25
projector; British 1920-25
child's accordian, chinese, 1965
Table tennis set
Table Tennis Set; English; 1920s
Kewpie Doll Pencil Sharpener; Japanese/German; 1920s
socket head, celluloid, moulded with a bobbed hair style painted a pink red; matching eyebrows; black eyes with pale blue rims and white highlights
Dressing-table box, green cellulose acetate, manufactured by Halex Ltd., London, 1930s
Quoits table game made in England by Roberts Brothers in the 1930s
Design: circle of varnished wood marked in black to show a clock face with roman numerals and the hands pointing to 17½ minutes past 12; in front of each number is a semicircular indent.
No. of pieces: 19
No. illustrated: none
Design: celluloid cast to represent bone, and coloured white, blue and red; contained in a white card box which has card dividers inside to form 9 spaces.
Design: celluloid counters, red and blue; flippers in conical shaped flat white
Design: turned wooden cup and celluloid counters
Design: wooden handled celluloid mallets; wooden balls; wooden cups; celluloid hoops with metal stands
No. of pieces: 20
Design: rocker shaped piece of wood with long deep groove cut into top and two holes cut into ends of groove; across centre bottom of groove is a metal rod; two metal balls; across the whole of top is nailed a strip of clear celluloid
Design: box of red paper covered card, silver lining; inside divided into 6 compartments; counters of celluloid
No. of squares: n/a
Squares illustrated: n/a
Square numbering: n/a
Squares titled: n/a
Subject of starting square: n/a
Subject of ending square: n/a
Design: chromolithograph mounted on card; folded in half; outside covered with black and yellow paper printed to show Indian scenes, snakes and ladders, a decorative border and title. Playing surface is the same illustration with a fancy red border.
No. of squares: 100
Squares illustrated: ?
Square numbering: all
Squares titled: ?
Subject of starting square: ?
Subject of ending square: ?
Collar stud, of celluloid and white metal; England, 1900-1920