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Pair of natural wooden mini dutch clog. At 4.25″ they fit American Girl Dolls. Natural surface can easily be decorated.
This quill pen writes like a ballpoint, but features fine quality bleached white goose feather.
12 piece pack of dustless chalk to write on chalk board.
Traditional tin pennywhistle made from rolled tinplate. Includes basic finger chart and period music.
BREUCKELEN 1679: VOYAGE TO NEW NETHERLAND
by Andrés Vera Martínez
A graphic novel inspired by an illustrated 17th century travel dairy written by the Dutch explorer Jasper Danckaerts, Breuckelen: 1679, reinterprets the journal using contemporary , highly accessible story telling, and suggests a way of viewing history as fluid, personal, and continually relevant.
This wooden buzz saw, often called a whirligig, was a popular toy for children in colonial days.
Made from brightly colored wood and ribbon, this colonial toy will entertain adults and children alike for hours.
Instead of a pencil or stick of chalk Colonial children would have written on their slate with a stylus like this. It leaves a scratch line on the slate and is easily “erased” with a damp cloth.
This classic colonial game is the precursor to lane bowling. Set includes 9 wooden pins and 2 wooden balls. Made in USA.
Made of real slate with a wooden frame, measuring app 8.5” x 7”. The traditional workbook of Colonial and Early American school children
Painted wooden pick up sticks and wooden case.
A complete set of glass marbles in a cotton bag stamped with the Wyckoff Farmhouse logo.
A musical instrument that fits perfectly in your pocket!
This is a classic double-sixes dominoes set with a wooden case.
Also called a “Bilbo Catcher” by colonists, this is a brightly painted, traditional wooden game—try to catch the ball in the cup!