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Trade name of [[Cascelloid]]
  
 
Palitoy manufactured some of the most popular toys in Britain, some original items and others under licence. Its products included Action Man, Action Force, Tiny Tears, Pippa, Tressy, Star Wars figures and the Care Bears.
 
Palitoy manufactured some of the most popular toys in Britain, some original items and others under licence. Its products included Action Man, Action Force, Tiny Tears, Pippa, Tressy, Star Wars figures and the Care Bears.
  
1909 The [[Cascelloid]] company was founded to produce celluloid and fancy goods.
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1935 The word [[Palitoy]] (based on the company founder's name) was created as a trademark for the toy division of Cascelloid
  
1920 Their first toy was produced
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1941 Injection moulding was developed and used for the toy ranges.  
 
 
1925 Their first doll was produced
 
 
 
1931 Cascelloid was bought by [[British Xylonite Co]]
 
 
 
1935 The word [[Palitoy]] was created as a trademark for '''Xylonite's''' toy division.
 
 
 
1941 Injection moulding was developed by [[British Xylonite Co]] and was used for the Palitoy toy ranges.  
 
  
 
1968 Palitoy was sold to '''General Mills''' in 1968
 
1968 Palitoy was sold to '''General Mills''' in 1968

Latest revision as of 08:30, 13 March 2016

Trade name of Cascelloid

Palitoy manufactured some of the most popular toys in Britain, some original items and others under licence. Its products included Action Man, Action Force, Tiny Tears, Pippa, Tressy, Star Wars figures and the Care Bears.

1935 The word Palitoy (based on the company founder's name) was created as a trademark for the toy division of Cascelloid

1941 Injection moulding was developed and used for the toy ranges.

1968 Palitoy was sold to General Mills in 1968

1978 Took over Chad Valley Co

1980 Palitoy, Denys Fisher, and Chad Valley Co broke away from General Mills.

1984 It closed as a business

The factory, toy moulds and copyrights were all bought by Hasbro from whom they had been a major licensee.


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