JUVENILES: COASTER WAGONS & SLEDS

Wooden wagons made for children in the 1800s were miniature versions of horse-pulled wagons. Some manufacturers built wooden sleds as well as wagons. Coaster wagons had handles for pulling, though boys preferred to lie on top, propel it with one foot, and roll downhill…

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1880s SAS Express Wagon (S.A Smith Co)

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1895 Champion Coaster Wagon

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1906 Wilkinson Mfg Co Imperial Coaster Wagon

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1910s Hummer Wagon

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1914/1915 WW1 Gendron Coaster Wagons: ‘Armoured Car’ & ‘Army Service Car’

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1915-1920 ‘Boy Scout’ Coaster Wagon (White Wagon Works)

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1918 Philadelphia ‘Bulletin’ News Vendors’ Coaster Wagon

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1919 Auto-Wheel Coaster Wagon

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1920s Monarch Rocket Coaster Wagon with Skis

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1920s Overland News Vendors’ Coaster Wagon

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1920s Philadelphia ‘Evening Ledger’ News-vendor Coaster Wagon

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1920s Skudder Ball Bearing Car

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1924 ‘The Bulletin’ (Philadelphia) News-vendor Coaster Wagon

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1924 Hendee Indian Coaster Wagon

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1929 LINDY FLYER Coaster Wagon

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1933 Skippy Racer wooden coaster wagon

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1933 World’s Fair ‘Radio Flyer’ Souvenir Coaster Wagon

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1935 Flexible Flyer Airline Racer Sled

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1935 Mickey Mouse Club Mouseketeer Western Prairie Wagon

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1935 S.L Allen ‘Flexy Racer’ Coaster Wagon

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1935-1940s Mickey Mouse Flexible Flyer Sled

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1937 Skippy Sno-Plane Sled

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1938 Streamline ZEPHYR Coaster Wagon

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1949 American Metalcraft Corp Streamlined Autowagon

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1950s Cyclops Rocket Coaster Wagon

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1960 Wheelmaster Roller Coaster VIDEO

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1970s Chuk & Gek Sled-bike (Ski-bob)

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