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It's all about the squeak for these fun rubber toys
By Larry LeMasters Many collectors have one or two nostalgic stories about squeaky toys. Some of the earliest playthings some collectors had were rubber squeaky toys given to them by one of their grandparents. In the 1950s and ‘60s, these rubber toys were inexpensive to buy, durable, okay for a child to chew on, and they made fun squeaky noises that entertained kids for hours.